Crystal Falls Location:
Tuesday 3:30-7:45 PM
Wednesday 3:30-7:45 PM
Thursday 5:00-7:45 PM
Iron River Location:
Monday 4:45-7:00 PM
Monday 9:00 AM-5:00 PM
Tuesday 9:00 AM-2:00 PM
Thursday 9:00 AM-4:00 PM
© 2023 Inclusion Dance Studio in Crystal Falls, MI
Gymnastics & Ninja Warrior
Crystal Falls, MI
Iron River, MI
Marla is business manager and oversees all
locations and staff at Inclusion Athletics
(Inclusion Dance, Gymnastics, Ninja Warrior
Parkour, and Fitness).
Marla coached the Forest Park High School and
Middle School Dance Teams for 8 years. During
that time, the Dance Teams went to many
competitions and won many awards. Marla
focuses on students’ abilities and the way each
dancer fits into the team as a whole. Each
student’s special ability is emphasized to show
that every person has different strengths. Marla
believes it is very important that a team should
work together to help one another strive to
make each other better, not only as an athlete,
but as a person. Being on a team teaches
children much more than just the sport; it can
also teach them to work hard, be punctual, work
well with others, and to support their
These are the characteristics that will be found
at Inclusion Athletics. Marla wants to see
everyone included! Fairness isn’t giving
everyone the same thing. Fairness is giving
everyone what they need to succeed. Not
everyone will be treated the same because
not everyone is the same. Treating everyone
fairly and including them is important at
2023-2024 is Marla’s seventh season owning
and managing Inclusion Dance.
Miranda teaches ballet, technique, and Ninja
Warrior on Tuesdays.
Miranda is a senior at Northern Michigan
University, currently working towards a
bachelor’s in Medicinal Plant Chemistry.
Miranda has been dancing since she was about
8 years old, 10 years of which were spent
dancing in Ann Arbor. Six of those years
included going to competitions and performing
at community performances. Along with dance,
she was also involved in choir in high school,
and was lead an a Capella group as well.
Though she loves all types of dance, hip hop
and jazz have always been her favorite.
Currently Miranda is the Co-Captain for the Hip
Hop Dance Crew at Northern Michigan
University, along with Match Secretary of the
NMU Women’s Rugby Team. When she doesn’t
have her nose in a chemistry text book, she
spends her time with friends, watches Game of
Thrones, or takes naps with her cat.
2023-2024 is Miranda’s fifth year teaching at
Krystal will be helping as
needed at the studio! In addition to running
her plumbing business with her husband,
Krystal is a homeschooling mom of four kids.
She enjoys outdoor recreation with her family.
Some favorites are Great Lakes fishing,
foraging, making maple syrup, figure skating,
skiing, and gardening. Krystal has experience in
marketing and early childhood development.
All four of her children have been dedicated
students at Inclusion Dance since it was
2023-2024 is Krystal’s third year working at
Amanda will be coordinating fundraising and
Saturday Open Gyms, and helping with
costumes at the studio!
Amanda grew up in the Chicago suburbs where
she worked as a receptionist for a busy family-
practice doctor office before accepting a position
in retail management. After several years in
management, and having 2 daughters, Amanda
and her husband decided to move to the Upper
Peninsula and focus on raising their daughters.
Amanda and her husband started a trucking
company a few years ago where Amanda
handles all of the day-to-day bookwork. They
have also just opened an RV Repair company in
2023-2024 is Amanda’s fifth year at Inclusion