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Madalin Berube grew up in Pelican Rapids, Minnesota where she began dancing at the age of three at a local Just For Kix program.
She continued to study dance at the University of Wisconsin, Stevens Point and spent one-year training at the University of Minnesota, Mankato.
During her time in college, she studied various genres of dance and presented original choreography at student-produced shows. She has been instructed by Joan Karlen, Michael Estanich, Pamela Luedtke, Daniel Stark, Julie Kerr-Berry, and Allison Daughty.
Awarded the Suzanne Gingrasso scholarship in 2019, Madalin studied Early Childhood Dance Education, Language of Dance (LOD), and Dance for Social Change at the 92Y in New York. She is currently teaching at Preschool of the Arts and performing professionally with KLJ Movements.
Katrina started dancing at the age of 10 and has been dancing for over 10 years. She is trained in hip hop, jazz, contemporary and ballet; has taught and assisted in the styles of hip hop, jazz, tap, ballet, contemporary, and adaptive; and competed nationwide in contemporary, jazz and hip hop for five years. She received her training from the VIBE faculty!
Her extensive volunteer work along with studies pertaining to child development, psychology, as well as her work with children with developmental differences, makes her an asset to the culture of VIBE as both an instructor and office support team member. A fully inclusive environment where dancers and families are made to feel welcome, safe, and treated with kindness and respect, is a priority for Katrina. She wants everyone to feel at home when at the studio!
Katrina lives in the Verona area and is finishing up her undergraduate degree in Education with an emphasis in Child Life from Edgewood College. She is beginning graduate school this fall with the goal to becoming a Certified Child Life Specialist.
Sarah was born and raised in Sheffield, England, U.K., where she received a Bachelor’s Degree in Performing Arts from the Northern School of Contemporary Dance. She has performed in a variety of shows throughout England, Germany, The Netherlands, Austria, and Switzerland including; Cirque du Soleil’s ‘Pomp Duck and Circumstance’, and ‘Russ Steven’s Theater of Illusion’. She was a performer for ‘Williams Entertainment’ in Munich, Germany, a dancer at SeaWorld Australia and choreographer for a Warner Bro’s show at Six Flags, California.
Sarah holds over 25 years of teaching experience in many styles including contemporary, jazz, ballet, tap, hip hop, lyrical, adaptive dance, and acro. She has taught in studios not only in the U.S.A (California, Arizona, and Wisconsin) but also in England and Germany.
She is a firm believer that dancing stimulates the mind, body, and soul and that everyone should have the chance to dance. She is a certified Rhythm Works Integrative Dance instructor and has a passion for teaching dance to children with developmental differences. Sarah is excited about the development of her new program ‘ConfiDANCE’, which focuses on exactly that.
Sarah lives in Monona and has two sons, Ben and Sam. When she is not teaching, she works as a licensed massage therapist. Her hobbies include painting, yoga, and travel.