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who can be seen holding a wand in one hand and a crayon in the other.

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Christina Breault

Christina’s journey through dance began when she was 3 years old in the Creative Movement program at Marr Mac Dance.

Throughout the years she studied in many genres of dance with a main focus in Ballet. On this journey Christina realized her passion for teaching dance to young children; which lead her to train in ISTD Classical Ballet and attained her Intermediate standing as well as her Associate Diploma Teachers certificate.

She has since expanded her training into the Russian Vaganova Technique of teaching Classical Ballet through workshops at Ballet Divertimento School in Montreal. Her students have made the transition to the Russian technique.

Her love of teaching did not stop at dance; prior to having two children Christina also pursued a career as a Special Needs Assistant and Sign Language Interpreter for the Edmonton Public and Catholic School Boards.

Having grown up at Marr Mac Christina truly embodies the schools philosophy to instill the love of dance and music in students of all abilities. She feels so proud to teach at such a wonderful dance studio.



Anastasia Rozhdestvensky

Anastasia Rozhdestvensky

Anastasia was born in the Ukraine and moved to Canada at a young age. She fell in love with dance at the age of 3 when she began taking classes.

She has danced in ballet shows with various companies such as Royal Winnipeg Ballet, Alberta Ballet, and as a soloist in Don Quixote, dancing alongside the Vaganova Dance Society.

She has had the opportunity to travel to Russia for her ballet training, and take classes from dance masters like Mia Michaels, Blake McGrath, Bobby Newberry, and head dancers of the Mariinsky Theater.

Anastasia has performed with Strathcona’s Dance Company in various dance shows, bringing her a lead position in West Side Story (the production), participation in The Cappie’s Gala Awards, and a part of the top 5 lead dancers chosen from all productions in Edmonton.

She had the opportunity to train, broaden her dance repertoire and meet lots of amazing choreographers in Vancouver’s dance community, where she trained after high school.

She has finished all her exams in the Al Gilbert tap syllabus and Royal Academy of Dance syllabus with exceptional marks. Her passion does not stop onstage, but also carries through to the teaching world.

She has been successfully teaching tap, jazz, ballet, lyrical and Glee Clubs. One of her already accomplished highlights as a teacher includes having her students be presented with high marks and first place at local festivals.

Anastasia has done choreography for Strathcona’s Dance Company, flash mobs for various Elementary schools, and for Oilking’s games, as well as teaching summer camps. Anastasia has been adjudicating with various festivals within Alberta. She loves to encourage all children to strive for their best, and likes to keep a very healthy, knowledgeable and positive environment in her students and peers.


Dasha Rozdestvensky

Dasha was born and raised in Edmonton, Alberta. She started her dance training at Dance Alberta in her home town, and studied various forms of dance such as ballet, tap, jazz, lyrical, contemporary and hip hop.

At the age of 13, Dasha was accepted to the School of Alberta Ballet in Calgary, and moved there shortly after the ninth grade. While living in Calgary, Dasha focussed of ballet and contemporary, and was exposed to many guest teachers, choreographers, and various artists that inspired her.

Dasha has been taught by various dancers from Ballet BC, Paul Taylor Company, and the Royal Ballet. She has performed in many shows across Canada, which have broadened her ability to share her love of dance.

Dasha was one of the few graduates who graduated from the Dedicated Contemporary Stream at the School of Alberta Ballet. In addition, Dasha is very fascinated by different styles of choreography, which she is still working on, including a piece she choreographed with another artist on the schools Contemporary Stream.

She is very excited to share her passion and knowledge with younger generations.