Elizabeth started her dance career at the age of 5 in Pueblo, Colorado, studying ballet, jazz, tap, clog, Irish Dance, and Hip Hop. Her love for dance took her to California after high school to continue her studies. While working towards her Associates Degree in Dance at Irvine Valley College, she studied under Artistic Director Marie de la Palme. Here, she was exposed to the world of modern dance and found a love for expressive choreography and artistry. She studied with many choreographers such as Jenny Backhaus, Andre Tyson, and Sarah Swenson. Performing in the Performing Dance Ensemble gave opportunity to perform at ACDFA, Bagnolet Dance Conservatory in Paris, and various Southern California choreography exhibitions. After completing her AA, she continued her education, receiving a BA in Exercise and Sports Science from Concordia University, in order to better understand body mechanisms to aide in teaching techniques. At university, she performed and choreographed modern and contemporary pieces for the school’s dance company for 3 years. While receiving her BA, Elizabeth taught for O.C. Dance Productions, where she became experienced in dance education for children ages 1.5+. Here, she learned new creative techniques to make dance fun from a young age while learning proper technique.