~MEET OUR TEAM~
When you dance, your purpose is not to get to a certain place on the floor. It's to enjoy each step along the way.
COMPETITIVE & RECREATIONAL
Jamaica Fraser is a dance coach, choreographer, and emerging dance artist. Throughout her dance training, Jamaica focused on ballet, contemporary, and jazz. She has attended programs such as the School of Cadence Ballet Summer Intensive, Fresh Dance Intensive, and Ignite, among others. She is an alumni of George Brown College Dance Performance diploma program and was recently selected to choreograph at the 2019 In Haüs where she had the opportunity to work with George Brown College dance students and debuted her first choreographic piece titled “The Apocalypse of Love”. During her time at George Brown, Jamaica had the privilege of being taught by notable teachers and choreographers such as, Hanna Kiel, Derek Sangster, Ryan Kelly, Ryan Lee, Tina Fushell, Nicola Pantin, Cindy Macedo, Laetitia Clement, and Kathleen Rea.
Jamaica has performed in productions of In Haüs, Unleashed, Lofty Goal Project and Beats and Intentions. She also performed in the Toronto 2015 Pan Am/Parapan Am Games.
Jamaica has successfully completed the BATD associate level in ballet and RAD Advanced 1 and is currently working towards the ADAPT syllabus certification training program. She is a dance educator that teaches her students about technique and artistry so they can progress to be the best dancer they can be.
At a young age, Rayshawn discovered his passion for the arts. Starting off in one style he found his love for dance, training in weekly classes that included Tap, Ballet, Jazz, Contemporary, Lyrical, Acrobatics and Hip-Hop. He has competed and participated in numerous competitions and performances across North American. Rayshawn attended and graduated from Mayfield S.S. as a Regional Dance Arts Major and attended George Brown College for Business Management. He has trained with some of the best choreographers in the dance industry, leading him to find his true passion for teaching. Creating Dynasty in 2013 as a school club, he wanted to create a outlet for students to be able to learn and grow but still able to have fun in a safe environment. He has spend almost a decade learning and building a program for dancers to strive and be able to be themselves.
Many of Rayshawn students achieved multiple top choreography awards, special awards, scholarships, and overall awards at multiple competitions throughout North America. He also has done work with Canadian Mental Health Association, Big Brother along with the Sick Kids Foundation. Rayshawn hopes his passion inspires his students not only to become a great dancer but to give back to those in need.
COMPETITIVE & RECREATIONAL
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