We are located at 1515 Kenwood Avenue, Suite 300, Duluth, MN 55811. You can access our building parking lot from either Arrowhead (green line on the map below) or Kenwood (blue line). There are handicap spots available. The lot does fill up sometimes, but there is ample parking across Kenwood Avenue in the Kenwood Shopping Center. There is a sidewalk you can take to us along the orange line and then blue would be on the small road.
Since then, she has become a certified dance instructor, a top female teacher at competitions and is currently a professional 9-dance competitor with her partner, Benjamin Welch.
Rae enjoys working with students of all ages, experience levels, and goal types. Whether you are 5 or 90, interested in social dancing or competing, Rae is dedicated to helping you reach your dancing goals and have fun along the way.
Benjamin soon realized that he wanted to make ballroom dancing his career and began teaching professionally in 2015. Over the last couple of years, Benjamin has become a certified dance instructor, a nationally recognized top teacher at numerous competitions nationwide and is currently a professional 9-dance competitor with his partner, Rae Lyons.
Benjamin is committed to helping his students reach their goals, whether it is to create a beautiful wedding dance, be comfortable on the social dance floor, or to become a top competitor, and he will help you have fun along the way!
Lindsey Evraets started dancing when she was three years old, taking jazz and tap. During her high school and college years, she was active in musical theater and had the opportunity to travel through her school’s theater exchange program to perform at a school in Northern Wales. While attending college in Florida, she had a stint playing characters and performing as a dancer at Disney World. In 2013, she began taking salsa lessons and performing. During this time, she developed a particular love for Latin and Rhythm dancing. After taking a two year hiatus from dancing to start a family, Lindsey became a certified Zumba instructor and has been teaching Zumba for several years and recently added Barre to her repertoire.
Lindsey loves how dance can free the body and mind, building physical fitness, confidence and overall happiness. The dance floor is Lindsey’s happy place, and she looks forward to sharing that happiness with her students through her new dancing adventure as a professional ballroom dance instructor!
Lindsey lives here in Duluth with her husband, Brad, & two kids, Dean & Mikaela.
Anna Pundt started dancing hip hop when she was 11 and went on to compete in contemporary/modern, jazz, and hip-hop in high school. Anna graduated from St. Olaf college in 2022 with a degree in Dance and Kinesiology, which was where she discovered her love for ballroom dancing. As part of the St. Olaf Ballroom Performance Team, she competed at regional competitions and performed at various events on campus. She has three years of choreography experience including contemporary dance solos and group pieces as well as a ballroom showdance that she performed with the St. Olaf Ballroom Team at the school’s annual President’s Ball. After finding fulfillment in teaching ballroom, ballet, and contemporary, in addition to working as a personal trainer, Anna knew that sharing her joy of movement and dance with others was something she wanted to continue to do.
Anna enjoys working with all students, no matter the skill level or ability. She wants to share the joy of dance and movement with others whether you are looking to compete, learn to dance for an event, or want to get up and move your body!
With over 17 years experience teaching and competing in ballroom dance, Dominic Seigler has a passion for sharing dance with the world. His creativity and extensive knowledge gives him a platform to help coach and guide others.
Dominic’s consistent training with top-class coaches from around the world, combined with his expertise in body mechanics, allows him to share his knowledge and passion with any style and form of dancer.
Dominic trains everyone from beginners to high level competitors and focuses on the importance of fundamental body actions, intention, preparation, and cross-training.
He believes dancing is healing and exercise of the mind, heart, body and soul. Everyone was made to dance.