About Our Studio
Trinity Dance Prosser had its beginnings in various locations around town, beginning in 1999. In 2003, the studio location officially opened in an upstairs space in the Historic Mercer Building. The studio has been in its current location since 2006.
Trinity Dance Prosser offers quality dance education in a fun and healthy atmosphere. The focus is on helping students grow as humans AND dancers. We want to spread joy through our classes and performances! Trinity Dance Prosser puts on two large productions every year. In December, we present The Nutcracker or another holiday show, and in June, all of our classes are showcased in our Spring Recital.
Studio owner, Ballet, Twinkle Stars
Miss Nicole was trained in ballet throughout her childhood, at various studios throughout the Northwest. At sixteen, she began teaching pre-school ballet for a few families, and this eventually grew into the start of Trinity Dance Prosser. Nicole has continued her own dance education, and believes that we are never done learning and growing! She loves working with children, dancing with them, and making magical experiences for them. She has trained dancers who have gone on to dance in college and in performing companies, who have become teachers themselves, but most importantly, there are hundreds of now-grown kids who have happy memories, lifelong friendships, and helpful life skills that they gained through their time in dance class.
Nicole married Micah in 2006, and they have four children: Eden, Israel, Anna, and Asher.
Tumbling, Tap, Twinkle Stars
Victoria began her journey in dance, gymnastics and theatre arts at the age of 4, eventually becoming a long-standing member of 3 schools simultaneously during her childhood and teen years. Leaving her home town in the UK at 18, Victoria moved to the USA to further her education. She later met her husband and they relocated to Prosser with their four children. With her experience as a gymnastics coach, Victoria is happy to help students grow through dance and tumbling!
Kadence began dancing at the age of twelve through Familaris Fine Arts, and quickly found that she enjoyed not only dancing, but sharing dance with children. She has been an instructor's assistant since day one, and has been teaching on her own for the past three years.
Lindsay discovered her love for dance at three years old in a tap/jazz combo class. Throughout her childhood in California, she continued her dance studies across a spectrum of styles including ballet, jazz, tap, hip hop, contemporary and clogging. She competed with her high school dance team where there was an emphasis on student choreography. While earning her degree at UC San Diego, she narrowed her focus on ballet and contemporary. In 2018, she conducted a kids jazz/hip-hop summer program at Prosser Family Fitness and has been excited
to be teaching ever since.
Lara began dancing ballet at the age of 2. She continued her training until she graduated from high school in 2016. She was an instructor’s assistant for several years while in school. Post-high school, she began subbing for Miss Nicole when needed and was the ballet instructor at Familiaris Fine Arts for 2 years. She is currently a High School Special Education Teacher in White Swan, but has been itching to get back into the studio. She is thrilled to be teaching ballet again in a place that has never stopped feeling like home!
Caitlin began dancing at the age of 13 at Familiaris Fine Arts. She immediately loved sharing her passion with her younger siblings, cousins, and anyone who would join her! Caitlin continued studying under Nicole Moscou and Lara Schab, and has loved subbing and assisting for Miss Nicole and Miss Victoria. She is looking forward to leading her own classes this year.
Amanda was born into a dancing family. Growing up with a mom running a Just For Kix studio in Minnesota, she never went a day without dancing. She officially started dancing at the age of 3 but she never missed a dance show, camp or competition. She was always in the background running the show or hanging out with the older kids. Amanda was primarily trained in Kick ( similar to New York City Rockettes style) but at age 10 she enrolled in Jazz and found her love in the technique. She has also danced hip hop, tap, and lyrical. In high school she joined the National All-Star Dance team and danced at the half time shows in the Outback Bowl in Tampa Florida. Her other passions are traveling, teaching and being with her family. Amanda has lived in 5 counties and continues to learn dance from the regions she is in. She has practiced Sevillana/Flamenco from Spain and Kichwa from Ecuador. She is currently a Spanish and French teacher at Sunnyside High School. Amanda is married ro Javier from Ecuador. Together they have 2 kids Audreeana and Jaydann.