Rayna E Januska

Dance Instructor

Rayna started dancing at the age of three because her mother thought it would help her coordination It didn’t. Rayna started out like many young dancers and learned many styles of dance, but at the age of seven decided Ballet was her favorite. She trained primarily in the Cecchetti Method of Ballet; however, she has trained in the Royal Academy of Dance, Vaganova, and the French syllabus. She has been either performing or teaching Ballet for over 30 years and along the way picked up some skills in Tap, Modern, Jazz, Contemporary, and Ballroom; don’t ask her to dance Hip Hop though.
Rayna is returning to teaching in 2020 as somewhat of an “Act 2” in her life. She survived primary cardiac amyloidosis (a rare blood disorder) and a stem cell transplant in 2015, and more recently, in 2018, a heart transplant. She loves dancing, ballet, and most especially teaching. She feels incredibly blessed to have this opportunity to teach again and share her passion for dancing.

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