Owner/ Artistic Director:

Leanne Brannigan

RAD, CDTA,

Acrobatic Arts Level 1, CPR/FirstAid




Miss. Leanne has been dancing since the age of 5.  She developed a love of ballet at and early age, and has been dancing ever since.  Miss.Leanne completed a 2 year intensive Teachers Training course at The Oakville School of Dance under the Direction of top Instructor's.  She holds her Royal Academy of Dance (RAD) teaching certificate with studies in Dance Anatomy and Dance History. She also holds her Canadian Dancer Teacher Association (CDTA) teaching certificate, and her Acrobatic Arts level 1 teachers certificate.  Miss Leanne has entered Ballet students into RAD ballet exams from Primary levels to Advance. Miss. Leanne has been teaching in area studios for over 20 years. FSDBA is her 2nd home. She prides herself on keeping this studio a fun, happy and safe place to develop long lasting friendships and a dance family atmosphere.   She has developed the Barrefit classes which are exclusively offered at FSDBA, and is constantly researching new and improved ways to add variety to her classes.   She prides herself on making each and every student feel confident and proud of their dance abilities , while encouraging them to improve and learn something new each class.  Promoting positive vibes to teach each and every dancers to excel to the best they can be.                DREAM. INSPIRE. DANCE

" If first you don't succeed, fix your ponytail and try again"


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Miss. Alycia

CPR/First Aid

Studio Assistant/Instructor


Miss Alycia has grown up around the dance studio. Taking classes in Ballet, Jazz and Tap.  You will find Miss. Alycia all around the studio helping with reception, greeting students, cleaning, assisting with classes and instructing classes.  Miss. Alycia is currently enrolled and attending school to become a Educational Assistant with Special Needs.  She will graduate her course in April 2021.

Miss. Victoria

Tap and Ballet Instructor

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Born and raised in London, England, Victoria began dancing at the tender age of 2 1/2 at a local dance school. Once old enough to dance competitively, she competed in competitions all over the United Kingdom and expanded her training with weekly classes at world renowned stage school, Sylvia Young's Theatre School. Once she had completed the BATD and RAD syllabus, she began teaching at Sylvia Young's as well as starting her own tap dance classes which ran for several years before work led her to Las Vegas. Victoria was lucky enough to dance professionally in several west end tours including a ballet production of Hansel and Gretel and for a high profile Bollywood concert series that toured England and Amsterdam. Having been lucky enough to work all over the world on various movies, dance took a backburner, but since settling in Canada and becoming a mother to 3 boys who also dance, the flame was reignited!