Your dancer’s growth is our goal!
Kay's Dance Movement (KDM) created an enriching dance program with highly educated dance instructors to catered to personally help your dancer grow! Dance provides so many positive attributes. Nurturing creativity and cognitive development. Self-confidence so that your child will show independence and discipline. Develop coordination with movement. Build trust between the students and their peers fostering teamwork and cooperation. Performing arts to showcase what they have learned in front of audiences.
Kay Worthington, Artistic Director/Owner
“Dance has been my passion as long as I can remember. Taking classes over the years, all I wanted to do was be the one teaching them. Now watching the joy on students' faces when they dance makes my heart soar! Students in my classes will develop creativity, individuality, proper technique, teamwork skills and build trust. My classrooms are full of high energy, passionate, challenging, and refreshing learning. I am blessed to do what I love for a living and share that with my students.”
Kay carried her passion to college where she attended the University of Central Oklahoma in the Dance Education Program. She has performed in various productions and worked with national acclaimed choreographers. Her choreography has won platinum in multiple competitions National Dance Championships. Kay has over 25 years of dance experience including ballet, pointe, tap, jazz, hip-hop, lyrical, modern, theater and contemporary dance styles. Kay is the owner of Kay’s Dance Movement, a member of International Tap Association, an instructor at Studio C Dance and Arts in Owasso, and the Head Coach for Broken Arrow 8th Grade Tigettes Pom Team winning multiple national titles.
Meag Warren, Artistic Co-Director
Dance has always been a huge part of Meag’s life and she is able to continue her passion through coaching and instructing. She started dancing at age three and has not stopped since. She graduated from Union and was a part of their pom program for 6 years. She attended the University of Tulsa and performed for the TU dance team for four years, as well as being a captain for three years. She has coached and choreographed at all levels for the last 15 years. Meag has worked with INFC for over two years is currently teaching for Broken Arrow High School and is the Varsity Coach for the Nationally Ranked Tigettes.