When founder Paula started talking about expanding to open a Green Bay studio location I was ecstatic – I wouldn’t have to drive as far to use our facilities and get to play and practice as much as my little heart desired! But then she kept talking…. dollars and expenses and getting it off the ground, and marketing. It was going to be a massive undertaking, more than she wanted to do alone. Was anyone willing and able contribute and buy into the company to embark on this new adventure with her?

I like to teach, and I love to dance. I’m told I’m pretty good at both if I can toot my own horn a little bit. 😉 So for me it was a no brainer! The opportunity to continue to do what I love and work with more women (and men) in a brand new community that hadn’t seen anything like us was thrilling. I was so excited, and I still am, to get to say that I am one of the co-owners of Aerial Dance Green Bay.

It hasn’t always been easy, between cracked mirrors and indoor waterfall walls, there is definitely more to it than getting to teach in a beautiful new space. Having jumped in with both feet, I’d definitely do it again in a heartbeat.