Nicole Hyatt   Nicole began Ballet and Tap classes at the age of 5, taking classes at the Hemet Y.M.C.A. She began her Classical Ballet Training at the age of 8. Through the years she has been given the opportunity to study under many accomplished ballerina's, one of which was Laurie Perrault formal Principle/ Soloist with the Pacific Northwest Ballet Company.  Nicole has been teaching in the valley for over 20 years, and has been dancing for over 30 years. Formally she held the position of Assistant Director under the ownership of Beth Duffield , formally of Diamond Valley Dance Academy. She has choreographed many award winning competition pieces over the last 10 years, and has been the recipient of various Top Choreographer awards as well as Top Studio awards.  Nicole continues to pursue her love of dance, and dance education, by attending classes out at M.S.J.C, and various performance workshops and training seminars. Nicole is continuing her dance education and is working towards her degree in dance. Nicole is the proud owner of Artistic Expressions Dance Studio, and heads up the Artistic Expressions Dance Company, which is now entering it's 10th year of competition. It has been a dream come true to own her studio, and to pass on her passion and love of dance to her students.  .

Nicole Hyatt

Nicole began Ballet and Tap classes at the age of 5, taking classes at the Hemet Y.M.C.A. She began her Classical Ballet Training at the age of 8. Through the years she has been given the opportunity to study under many accomplished ballerina's, one of which was Laurie Perrault formal Principle/ Soloist with the Pacific Northwest Ballet Company.

Nicole has been teaching in the valley for over 20 years, and has been dancing for over 30 years. Formally she held the position of Assistant Director under the ownership of Beth Duffield , formally of Diamond Valley Dance Academy. She has choreographed many award winning competition pieces over the last 10 years, and has been the recipient of various Top Choreographer awards as well as Top Studio awards.

Nicole continues to pursue her love of dance, and dance education, by attending classes out at M.S.J.C, and various performance workshops and training seminars. Nicole is continuing her dance education and is working towards her degree in dance. Nicole is the proud owner of Artistic Expressions Dance Studio, and heads up the Artistic Expressions Dance Company, which is now entering it's 10th year of competition. It has been a dream come true to own her studio, and to pass on her passion and love of dance to her students.

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Amy McCune   Amy began dancing at the age of 10 in Las Vegas N.V. Several years later she relocated with her family to her hometown of southern California. There she resumed dancing and continued her dance education under the instruction of Cheri Gorin. Soon at the age of 16, she began teaching. At the age of 17, she performed in her last recital, having danced the roles of The Liliac Fairy, and Cinderella for the Hemet Ballet Company. At age 18 she relocated to Las Vegas to pursue a career in dance. There she continued teaching and choreographing for multiple studio's in the Las Vegas area before moving back home. With 12 years of experience dancing and teaching, she has a great knowledge of dance, technique, and the beauty of the art of dance. Her love of dance and music inspires her to continue to learn, teach, and dance, as well as to create beautiful pieces of choreography.

Amy McCune

Amy began dancing at the age of 10 in Las Vegas N.V. Several years later she relocated with her family to her hometown of southern California. There she resumed dancing and continued her dance education under the instruction of Cheri Gorin. Soon at the age of 16, she began teaching. At the age of 17, she performed in her last recital, having danced the roles of The Liliac Fairy, and Cinderella for the Hemet Ballet Company. At age 18 she relocated to Las Vegas to pursue a career in dance. There she continued teaching and choreographing for multiple studio's in the Las Vegas area before moving back home. With 12 years of experience dancing and teaching, she has a great knowledge of dance, technique, and the beauty of the art of dance. Her love of dance and music inspires her to continue to learn, teach, and dance, as well as to create beautiful pieces of choreography.

 
Marilyn Lizarraga   Marilyn was born in East Los Angeles, California and was raised in both, Mazatlán Sonaloa Mexico and the United States. Marilyn studied the Art of Dance and Choreography under the direction of Paula Naggi; Chair Of The Department Of Dance for Mt. San Jacinto College. Marilyn now teaches dance for special needs children, as well as Contemporary and Hip Hop for youth and teenagers. She also independently choreographs waltzes for Quincea`era's and Weddings.

Marilyn Lizarraga

Marilyn was born in East Los Angeles, California and was raised in both, Mazatlán Sonaloa Mexico and the United States. Marilyn studied the Art of Dance and Choreography under the direction of Paula Naggi; Chair Of The Department Of Dance for Mt. San Jacinto College. Marilyn now teaches dance for special needs children, as well as Contemporary and Hip Hop for youth and teenagers. She also independently choreographs waltzes for Quincea`era's and Weddings.

Kaylin McCauley   Kaylin was born and raised in Oceanside, CA and began dancing at Dance Unlimited at the age of 3. Growing up, Kaylin trained in ballet, jazz, tap, hip hop, contemporary, and pointe. She danced competitively for 10 years and was the captain of her high school dance team where she began to choreograph. She then relocated to Riverside, CA to study Business Administration at the University of California, Riverside and was on UCR's dance team for 2 years. Kaylin was also apart of the Ontario Reign Dance Team and the IE 66ers Dance team for the 2015 season. She hopes that after college she will be able to one day pursue her dream to dance for the NFL. Kaylin has a true passion for dance and gets inspired every time she gets the opportunity to share it with her students.

Kaylin McCauley

Kaylin was born and raised in Oceanside, CA and began dancing at Dance Unlimited at the age of 3. Growing up, Kaylin trained in ballet, jazz, tap, hip hop, contemporary, and pointe. She danced competitively for 10 years and was the captain of her high school dance team where she began to choreograph. She then relocated to Riverside, CA to study Business Administration at the University of California, Riverside and was on UCR's dance team for 2 years. Kaylin was also apart of the Ontario Reign Dance Team and the IE 66ers Dance team for the 2015 season. She hopes that after college she will be able to one day pursue her dream to dance for the NFL. Kaylin has a true passion for dance and gets inspired every time she gets the opportunity to share it with her students.

Bryan Burns

Bryan has been dancing since age 15. From ages 15-16 he studied at the dancer studio and studied with Katie Lovsted. Bryan continues to study dance at Dunamix Dance Project under the study of Nicole Thomas. Along with studying at Artistic Expression Dance Studio under Nicole Hyatt and Marilyn Lizarraga. Bryan attends Mt. San Jacinto Community College for a dance major. Bryan has completed a summer intensive with Dunamix Dance Project 2017 where he took masters classes from San Diego Ballet from Stephaine Maiorano. Bryan also completed two master classes from Trystan who dances with the ballet company Trockadero. Bryan has performed with the Dancer’s Studio, Dunamix Dance Project, Mt. San Jacinto college, Menifee Valley Campus, and Avocado Dance Theatre. Bryan has danced with Avocado Dance Company for a year and plans on continuing dancing professionally for years to come.