Teaches: Hip Hop, Jazz, Contemporary, Ballet, and Modern

LaDia Dodd brings an exciting style and energy to all her classes. She is excellent at working with dancers of all ages in various genres. Her knowledge of dance and creativity make each class an unforgettable experience.

LaDia has been dancing since the age of three, and choreographing/teaching since 16. She has been technically trained in the styles of ballet, pointe, jazz, hip hop, b-girling, modern, contemporary, improv, and character. She has performed in numerous recitals and competitions as well as twelve college showcases and an international dance concert. Her work has been used and recognized at showcases with Macomb Community College and Marygrove College and has also been chosen to be showcased at the American College Dance Festival. She has studied under Sue Panek, Jordeen Ivanov-Ericsson, Barbara Selinger, Judith Molina, Deborah Cherveny, Jonathan Atwood, Teresa Muller and has taken master classes from Dante Henderson, Richard Monyano Virginia Johnson, Kiki Lucas, and Nikolai Morschakov.

LaDia’s choreography has won many impressive high point awards as well as performance awards; her work has shown to be successful at both the competitive and collegiate level.