TAMI REDD KNUBEL began dancing at the age of three, dancing with the University of Utah Virginia Tanner creative dance program, The Life Arts Center, The Christensen Center and later the U of U's Children's Dance Theater. Tami holds a BA in Modern Dance and a BS in Social Work from Brigham Young University. Tami has taught for the Life Arts Center, the Waterford School and along with her husband Stephan, opened South Valley Creative Dance in 2004. In 2012, she turned ownership over to Nicholas Cendese, who she is thrilled to watch as he takes SVCD to new heights!
We ask questions and create creative problems for our dancers to solve through movement. We encourage them to use their bodies in unique ways that satisfy the problem at hand while teaching skills, tools, and concepts that can be used and applied in a wide variety of settings.
We teach artistry over mimicry – encouraging each student to move with grace and power as their body allows. We do not expect or train students to compete with each other but strive to develop each dancer’s own unique ability.
We value passion in our students and encourage them to think for themselves.
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