RebeccaRebecca Fields opened Premiere Dance in 2009 with hopes to spark a movement of dance interest in dancers of all ages throughout the community. Rebecca received her most recent training in dance while completing her minor in dance at the University of Kentucky. While attending the University of Kentucky, Rebecca completed her Masters of Science in Interior Design, Merchandising and Textiles after receiving her Bachelors of Science in Merchandising, Apparel and Textiles as well as a business minor.
Before attending the university Rebecca was a student of dance at the School for Creative and Performing Arts in Lexington, Kentucky from fourth grade until tenth grade. Rebecca trained in Ballet, Jazz, Tap, Modern, Lyrical, Hip Hop, Social Dance, and Ballroom at local Lexington studios throughout her dance career. She has been able to enjoy many opportunities to choreograph both group performance and solo dances through community events, workshops, and performances in Lexington.

 

Along with directing the Premiere Dance studio, Rebecca also served as the Children’s Dance coach at Southern Acres Christian Church for the Kidmovers performace group from 2009-2010 and taught for the Kiddie Kapers dance program though Parks and recreation during college. Rebecca hopes to spark her same passion for dance in students of all ages and looks forward to helping others creatively express themselves through movement while enjoying a relaxed social environment.

 

“It is my true passion to work with others and help them find what moves them to be a happier more whole individual. Whether it is dancing for fitness, the art of dance, or the socialization aspect of dance, I want to be there to help them find how dance can bring more quality to their life.” -Rebecca Fields

 

MeghanMeghan Gambrel began dancing at age three at Town and Village School of Dance in Paris, Kentucky. While training there she studied Classical Ballet, Tap and Jazz. Meghan attended Murray State University and was member of the dance company. While there she also studied Ballet and Modern dance. Meghan specializes in teaching classical ballet and has goals of expanding into Pointe for adult and children’s classes in the near future.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Shae Parker grew up in Oldham County, Ky dancing at various studios since she was 3. She is trained in ballet, tap, jazz, and lyrical dance. In high school she also competed with a tap group, choreographed for her school’s show choir, and taught children’s ballet and jazz classes. She attended WKU where she was trained in jazz and tap, she also spent a year on the Topperettes dance team. After college she coached a middle school dance team and continued to take studio classes. She’s very excited to be teaching adult tap and hopes to continue learning and teaching various kinds of dance.

 

 

Growing up, Michelle Raney was always active, from running track to playing basketball.  In college she fell in love with fitness and the energetic feeling a regular routine provides.  Wanting to switch things up, Michelle signed up for her first barre class in 2010 and was hooked.. The benefits she gained physically and mentally made her realize that she could help share this experience with the community of Lexington.Through out the years, she trained at several studios and later became a certified Bender Barre instructor.   Michelle has found that the method constantly brings new challenges, and helps students to realize their abilities as they become stronger each session. She is passionate about encouraging people to make healthier choices in their everyday lives.