Beatris Mineva owner and dance director of Royal Academy of Dance (aka “Miss. Bea”) fell in love with dance at the age of 4 as a child in Sofia, Bulgaria where she is from.
Haley Marcin is a creator, educator, and performing artist, who graduated summa cum laude from the University of North Carolina Greensboro with a BFA in Dance with a focus in choreography and performance. Haley has had the pleasure of performing works by Martha Graham, Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane, Janet Lilly, B.J. Sullivan, Clarice Young, and several Chicago choreographers such as Hanna Bricston and Jessica Miller Tomlinson. Haley has trained and performed with companies in several cities including Chicago and New York.
Aysun Ferad Rhythmic Gymnastics Coach.
She has 63 medals from her competition years and well over 200 diplomas recognizing each competition routine seperately. She has competed in Lion Cups, Nationals, Regionals, State Cups and many more, ranking top 8 out of 200+ girls competing.
Colby, native to Illinois, began dancing at the early age of two. Quickly displaying an aptitude for coordination and performance, earned her first ballet scholarship in the convention circuit at age eight. Commercial and stage performance was a natural development from her extensive training in ballet, tap, jazz, lyrical, hip hop and musical theatre.
Constanza Berbecaru, originally from Romania is a very passionate artist and loves teaching the art of movement and dance. She started her career as a gymnast at 7y.o and participated at the 2006 World Championship in Beijing, China and 2008 World Championship in Ulm, Germany. Later on, Constanza starts taking ballet classes with the famous Russian teacher Ekaterina Kupcinova and participates at numerous contests gaining lots of credits but especially experience.
Next, she graduated The College of Arts where she studied ballet, contemporary and character dance and works as a ballerina at The Opera in Iasi, Romania for 2 years.