JEANNINE REYES studied at the New World School of the Arts dance program where she obtained exceptional training from professors of dance such as Arnold Quintaine, Laura Murphy, Daniel Lewis, and Peter London, among many others. During this time, she also danced semi-professionally for the Miami Youth Ballet company under Marielena Mencia and Yanis Pikieris. Jeannine obtained her Associate of Arts Degree in Dance from Piedmont Virginia Community College in 2015. During her time there, she also trained and performed with the Charlottesville Ballet, and as a company member for Veronica Hart’s concorDance, a contemporary dance company. In 2016 she moved to Tallahassee, Florida where she became the head ballet instructor for Dance Fusion Studios for 4 years and obtained her certification in Progressing Ballet Technique. Jeannine is well versed in Ballet and Modern techniques, and has a passion for choreographing within the Lyrical, Contemporary, and Jazz genres. Now, Jeannine resides in South Tampa where she is continuing to share her passion for dance with students of all ages!
Morgan is a University of Tampa graduate and has a degree Advertising and Public Relations, and a minor in Applied Dance. She was born and raised in Binghamton, NY and has been dancing since she was 8 years old. Growing up, she danced with The Next Jennaration Dance Company where specialized in Tap, Jazz, Contemporary, Ballet, Hip-Hop and Acrobatics. Morgan has studied under prominent choreographers such as Ade Obayami, Adam Metzger, and Blake McGrath. She has been teaching students from ages 5-15 in Ballet/Jazz technique, Tap, Lyrical/Contemporary, and Acro since she was 16 years old. While at UT, Morgan was elected the Senior Captain of the Spartan Scarlets Dance Team where she led the team to NDA Finals in Daytona Beach, FL. Currently, Morgan is a member of the National Dance Alliance Staff, where she travels all over the country to coach All-Star dance teams. At Ms. Lisa’s, Morgan hopes to share her passion with her students and inspire them to grow as dancers and reach their full potential.