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To inspire creativity and love for dance while teaching discipline and helping each dancer to achieve their desired goals and fullest potential.


Proper dance training gives students the opportunity to become well-rounded individuals through learning discipline, work ethic, and an appreciation for the arts. At Infinity Dance Academy, the development of dance technique is valued equally to the development of each student's character. This is done by promoting healthy competition while keeping an environment of encouragement.


Whether it be recreationally, competitively, or professionally, Infinity Dance Academy has a program to fit each student’s needs. Infinity’s instructors are well-versed in different areas of dance, and place an emphasis both on proper technique, and expression/exploration of creativity.


Infinity Dance Academy desires to inspire young men and women to be the best they can personally be; people who are confident, kind, determined, and who have the tools they need to be successful in life and dance.



Alyssa Meaker


Alyssa Meaker began her dance training at the age of 4, primarily at the Tri Cities Academy of Ballet in Washington State. Throughout the years, Alyssa trained in various styles including tap, jazz, and musical theatre, with an emphasis on ballet, contemporary, and modern. After receiving her first pair of pointe shoes at the age of 11, Alyssa was also trained en pointe. Alyssa was invited to join the Mid-Columbia Ballet, a pre-professional ballet company at the age of 9, and was promoted to the top tier (senior company) at the age of 14. She participated in Regional Dance America with the Mid-Columbia ballet during her 4 years in senior company. Alyssa traveled to California, Arizona, and Mississippi with the Mid-Columbia ballet to further her dance education.

Alyssa performed in Mid-Columbia Ballet’s Nutcracker 11 years in a row, and other performances such as Sleeping Beauty, Hansel and Gretel, Madeline, and even CATS the musical.

At the age of 16, Alyssa received a full tuition scholarship for Sacramento Ballet’s Summer intensive. At the age of 17, Alyssa was invited to join various university dance departments including Cornish College of the Arts and the University of Utah.

Alyssa began student teaching at the age of 11 and began independently teaching at the age of 17. Alyssa taught at Infinity for 2 years before stepping in as Director.

Alyssa graduated from Western Washington University at the age of 20 with a bachelor's in Psychology, and minor in Philosophy. She has been volunteering with the National Alliance on Mental Illness since 2017, and has a passion for mental health advocacy. Alyssa worked in children's intensive behavioral services through the WISe program for approximately 2 years before becoming the owner of Infinity Dance Academy. 

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