Our circle of teachers
Lori Richardson has grown up in the Valley and dancing with Jeanne. She has studied dance extensively focusing on ballet and modern techniques. Lori also holds a certification in Personal Training with (NASM) The National Academy of Sports and Medicine, as well as a certificate as A Women’s Fitness Specialist. She is the creator of Body Preservation, a practice in brain/body connection enhancement. The studio is her second home and the work she does there is her passion. Come and explore! We welcome you to the space.
Emy Holden is thrilled to be teaching at the studio she grew up in! She holds a B.F.A. in Musical Theatre from Montclair State University. Upon graduating she has taught dance from Brooklyn, NY- Breckenridge, CO, performed at the Time Square Arts Center, and continued her dance studies at Broadway Dance Center. She loves to share her passion with others, and dancing back in Mount Washington Valley! emyholden.com
Shellie Sakash is an alumni of The Jeanne Limmer Dance Center and was a member of The AXIS Dance Company when it first originated. She is a licensed physical therapist and fully certified Pilates instructor with 15 years of experience. Shellie owns her own business, Sakash Health and Wellness, which offers contractual physical therapy services and clinical education management, consultation and coaching, dance instruction, and Pilates and movement reeducation.
Danielle Nutting is a Jeanne Limmer Dance Center and Axis alumni. She then went to Roger Williams University and graduated in 2005 with a degree in Elementary Education and Dance Performance. She has taken dance classes with and/or performed the choreography of David Parsons, Doug Varone, David Dorfman, Kellie Wicke Davis, Christine Bennett and many more. Danielle graduated from the University of New England with a Masters of Science in Education degree in August 2011 and a Certificate of Advanced Graduate Study in Educational Leadership in 2015. She is currently the principal at John Fuller Elementary School in North Conway. She is honored to still be teaching at the studio that ignited and fostered her passion for dance as a child and teenager.