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Marla Bradley, Owner, Business Manager, Artistic Director 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 student’s 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 teach them to work hard, be punctual, work well with others, and to support their teammates. 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 Inclusion Dance. 2020-2021 is Marla’s fourth season owning and managing Inclusion Dance. Sari Jacobson, Head Dance Teacher Sari teaches the recreational dance, solos and duets, performance team, theater, tap dance, Golden Groovin’ & Movin’, and many other classes! Sari teaches in the Iron River location on Mondays and Tuesdays and in the Crystal Falls locations on Wednesdays and Thursdays. Sari is a native to Iron River, Michigan. She started dance on a junior pom dance team and then danced for her school’s dance team in High School. She attended Just For Kix Dance Camp for 3 years and received the most prestigious award given, The Heather Haback award. Sari volunteered her time for a small dance program that she created in Iron River called Junior Kix and it ran for many years. She is a self-taught dancer and really loves theater, modern, contemporary and hip-hop. Sari is a big believer in giving back to your community and has been involved in over 10 non-profit organizations yearly! Sari is part of the West End Players theater group in Iron County and has choreographed numerous productions as well as assisted with many others. She feels family is most important and enjoys sharing her passion of dance with her two daughters. Dancing is her breath of fresh air and she loves to share that with her community and with her students. She feels Inclusion Dance has given her the opportunities to bring joy into her life, do what she loves, teach in a fun and energetic manner, and build relationships with those who also share her passion for the musical arts. Sari also enjoys the outdoors, singing, acting, spending time with family and friends, and even participates in local demolition derbies & the Gambler 500 Rally Races. 2020-2021 is Sari’s third season teaching at Inclusion Dance. Jean Moore, Head Gymnastics Teacher, Membership Coordinator, Business Manager Jean teaches the Acro and Gymnastics classes on Tuesdays and Wednesdays at Inclusion Dance. Jean also does many administrative tasks for Inclusion Athletics and also is a certified personal trainer, spinning instructor, and membership coordinator at Inclusion Fitness in Florence. Jean started taking gymnastics as a second grader because her sister, Angela was teaching it. She fell in love with gymnastics! She took Angela's classes for many years and began teaching with her as soon as she could. In high, school Jean was a fantastic cheerleader using all of her gymnastics skills that she learned throughout the years of classes. Jean resumed teaching again with her sister at a local studio a few years ago. She continued to teach at that studio on her own for a few more years. Then for two years, Jean independently taught top-notch gymnastics at various locations. Jean is an extraordinary instructor and coach for floor, beam and acro gymnastics. 2020-2021 is Jean’s fourth year teaching at Inclusion Dance. Abby Foskuhl, Dance and Ninja Warrior Parkour Teacher Abby is our dance teacher in Florence, ninja warrior parkour teacher in Iron River and a private dance lesson teacher at all 3 locations. Abby does it all! Growing up, Abby was always fascinated by the arts, including dancing, singing, and acting. In 2018-2019, she was a part of the dance and acro competition teams at Inclusion Dance. Abby is excited to work at all three of the Inclusion Dance locations this year! 2020-2021 is Abby’s second year working at Inclusion Dance. Miranda Straka, Dance Teacher Miranda teaches ballet and barre fitness on Mondays in Florence and teaches the Ninja Warrior classes in Crystal Falls on Thursdays. Miranda is a senior at Northern Michigan University, currently working towards a bachelors in 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 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 currently 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. 2020-2021 is Miranda’s second year teaching at Inclusion Dance. Tabatha Hines, Dance Teacher and Fitness Instructor Fitness is for everyone! This has been Tabatha’s personal philosophy for teaching fitness for years. Everyone can find joy in a workout. With years of teaching group fitness, she has found her passion for helping others find the perfect individual program. Her focus on exercise has always been on healing and restorative training, pain is not gain. Tabatha has years of experience teaching classes including Total Fitness, Yoga, Pilates, Yogalates, Zumba, Strength Training, and SilverSneakers. She has certifications and training in several different types of fitness and loves learning from her students. Fitness should be fun and healing. When not helping people fall in love with fitness classes Tabatha can be found coming up with new dance routines. Tabatha has been taking dance classes since she was two years old and still hasn’t put the dance shoes away. She loves taking dance but even more she loves teaching dance and giving that passion and love she feels for dance to her students. She has taught ballet, jazz, tap, hip-hop, Zumba, pom poms, barre, lyrical, character, stretch and strengthen, musical theater, improv, clogging, technique, modern, funk, and line dancing classes. Her passion is in choreography and helping others fall in love with the dance world. 2020-2021 is Tabatha’s first year teaching at Inclusion Dance. Alina Soha, Ballet and Dance Technique Teacher Alina taught ballet for Inclusion Dance in 2017-2018. She was able to come back to Inclusion Dance halfway through the 2019-2020 season. Alina teaches ballet and dance technique classes. Alina has been dancing since she was four years old. She danced at Northern Michigan Dance Academy in Iron Mountain. Over the years Alina studied ballet, tap and jazz. Her favorite style of dance is ballet. She loves the discipline and attention to detail that is required to progress in ballet. Alina has been in many ballet productions and in December 2017 she took the lead role in the Nutcracker. Alina is a junior at NMU and hopes to get a minor in dance. Alina thinks often times dance is overlooked for your more traditional sports like soccer, football, basketball, and she is looking forward to helping students discover a passion for dance and express themselves through the art of dance. 2020-2021 is Alina’s third year at Inclusion Dance. Sarah Stanek, Fitness Instructor Sarah teaches the Dance Aerobics class. Sarah loves to dance and has been dancing for many years. She was a member of the Dance Team at Forest Park her Freshman through Senior years in high school. She also attended Just For Kix Dance Camp for four years. She is employed at Remax North Country and is enjoying her new adventure in the world of Real Estate. In her spare time she enjoys being outdoors and spending time with her husband and their two dogs, and spending time her family and friends. In 2011, she became a certified Zumba instructor and has been teaching dance fitness classes for the past 9 years. She loves choreography and is very excited to continue spreading the love of dance at Inclusion Dance! 2020-2021 is Sarah’s third year at Inclusion Dance. Laura Bush, Studio and Event Decorator Laura will be helping with the overall decorating, beautifying the studio, creating props, decorating for events, making posters and so much more! Laura has been part of the Crystal Falls community for almost 10 years. Mother of one active daughter, she has been unofficially part of the Inclusion Dance family since 2017. While Laura is a relatively new dance / gymnastics mom, she has over a decade of experience in the performance arts. Before moving to Crystal Falls in 2009, Laura was involved in regional theater in the Metro-Detroit area. Active on-stage and back-stage, she looks forward to bringing her creative experience to Inclusion Dance. 2020-2021 is Laura’s second year at Inclusion Dance.
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Marla Bradley, Owner, Business Manager, Artistic Director 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 student’s 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 teach them to work hard, be punctual, work well with others, and to support their teammates. 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 Inclusion Dance. 2020-2021 is Marla’s fourth season owning and managing Inclusion Dance. Sari Jacobson, Head Dance Teacher Sari teaches the recreational dance, solos and duets, performance team, theater, tap dance, Golden Groovin’ & Movin’, and many other classes! Sari teaches in the Iron River location on Mondays and Tuesdays and in the Crystal Falls locations on Wednesdays and Thursdays. Sari is a native to Iron River, Michigan. She started dance on a junior pom dance team and then danced for her school’s dance team in High School. She attended Just For Kix Dance Camp for 3 years and received the most prestigious award given, The Heather Haback award. Sari volunteered her time for a small dance program that she created in Iron River called Junior Kix and it ran for many years. She is a self-taught dancer and really loves theater, modern, contemporary and hip-hop. Sari is a big believer in giving back to your community and has been involved in over 10 non-profit organizations yearly! Sari is part of the West End Players theater group in Iron County and has choreographed numerous productions as well as assisted with many others. She feels family is most important and enjoys sharing her passion of dance with her two daughters. Dancing is her breath of fresh air and she loves to share that with her community and with her students. She feels Inclusion Dance has given her the opportunities to bring joy into her life, do what she loves, teach in a fun and energetic manner, and build relationships with those who also share her passion for the musical arts. Sari also enjoys the outdoors, singing, acting, spending time with family and friends, and even participates in local demolition derbies & the Gambler 500 Rally Races. 2020-2021 is Sari’s third season teaching at Inclusion Dance. Jean Moore, Head Gymnastics Teacher, Membership Coordinator, Business Manager Jean teaches the Acro and Gymnastics classes on Tuesdays and Wednesdays at Inclusion Dance. Jean also does many administrative tasks for Inclusion Athletics and also is a certified personal trainer, spinning instructor, and membership coordinator at Inclusion Fitness in Florence. Jean started taking gymnastics as a second grader because her sister, Angela was teaching it. She fell in love with gymnastics! She took Angela's classes for many years and began teaching with her as soon as she could. In high, school Jean was a fantastic cheerleader using all of her gymnastics skills that she learned throughout the years of classes. Jean resumed teaching again with her sister at a local studio a few years ago. She continued to teach at that studio on her own for a few more years. Then for two years, Jean independently taught top-notch gymnastics at various locations. Jean is an extraordinary instructor and coach for floor, beam and acro gymnastics. 2020-2021 is Jean’s fourth year teaching at Inclusion Dance. Abby Foskuhl, Dance and Ninja Warrior Parkour Teacher Abby is our dance teacher in Florence, ninja warrior parkour teacher in Iron River and a private dance lesson teacher at all 3 locations. Abby does it all! Growing up, Abby was always fascinated by the arts, including dancing, singing, and acting. In 2018-2019, she was a part of the dance and acro competition teams at Inclusion Dance. Abby is excited to work at all three of the Inclusion Dance locations this year! 2020-2021 is Abby’s second year working at Inclusion Dance. Miranda Straka, Dance Teacher Miranda teaches ballet and barre fitness on Mondays in Florence and teaches the Ninja Warrior classes in Crystal Falls on Thursdays. Miranda is a senior at Northern Michigan University, currently working towards a bachelors in 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 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 currently 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. 2020-2021 is Miranda’s second year teaching at Inclusion Dance. Tabatha Hines, Dance Teacher and Fitness Instructor Fitness is for everyone! This has been Tabatha’s personal philosophy for teaching fitness for years. Everyone can find joy in a workout. With years of teaching group fitness, she has found her passion for helping others find the perfect individual program. Her focus on exercise has always been on healing and restorative training, pain is not gain. Tabatha has years of experience teaching classes including Total Fitness, Yoga, Pilates, Yogalates, Zumba, Strength Training, and SilverSneakers. She has certifications and training in several different types of fitness and loves learning from her students. Fitness should be fun and healing. When not helping people fall in love with fitness classes Tabatha can be found coming up with new dance routines. Tabatha has been taking dance classes since she was two years old and still hasn’t put the dance shoes away. She loves taking dance but even more she loves teaching dance and giving that passion and love she feels for dance to her students. She has taught ballet, jazz, tap, hip-hop, Zumba, pom poms, barre, lyrical, character, stretch and strengthen, musical theater, improv, clogging, technique, modern, funk, and line dancing classes. Her passion is in choreography and helping others fall in love with the dance world. 2020-2021 is Tabatha’s first year teaching at Inclusion Dance. Alina Soha, Ballet and Dance Technique Teacher Alina taught ballet for Inclusion Dance in 2017-2018. She was able to come back to Inclusion Dance halfway through the 2019-2020 season. Alina teaches ballet and dance technique classes. Alina has been dancing since she was four years old. She danced at Northern Michigan Dance Academy in Iron Mountain. Over the years Alina studied ballet, tap and jazz. Her favorite style of dance is ballet. She loves the discipline and attention to detail that is required to progress in ballet. Alina has been in many ballet productions and in December 2017 she took the lead role in the Nutcracker. Alina is a junior at NMU and hopes to get a minor in dance. Alina thinks often times dance is overlooked for your more traditional sports like soccer, football, basketball, and she is looking forward to helping students discover a passion for dance and express themselves through the art of dance. 2020-2021 is Alina’s third year at Inclusion Dance. Sarah Stanek, Fitness Instructor Sarah teaches the Dance Aerobics class. Sarah loves to dance and has been dancing for many years. She was a member of the Dance Team at Forest Park her Freshman through Senior years in high school. She also attended Just For Kix Dance Camp for four years. She is employed at Remax North Country and is enjoying her new adventure in the world of Real Estate. In her spare time she enjoys being outdoors and spending time with her husband and their two dogs, and spending time her family and friends. In 2011, she became a certified Zumba instructor and has been teaching dance fitness classes for the past 9 years. She loves choreography and is very excited to continue spreading the love of dance at Inclusion Dance! 2020-2021 is Sarah’s third year at Inclusion Dance. Laura Bush, Studio and Event Decorator Laura will be helping with the overall decorating, beautifying the studio, creating props, decorating for events, making posters and so much more! Laura has been part of the Crystal Falls community for almost 10 years. Mother of one active daughter, she has been unofficially part of the Inclusion Dance family since 2017. While Laura is a relatively new dance / gymnastics mom, she has over a decade of experience in the performance arts. Before moving to Crystal Falls in 2009, Laura was involved in regional theater in the Metro-Detroit area. Active on-stage and back-stage, she looks forward to bringing her creative experience to Inclusion Dance. 2020-2021 is Laura’s second year at Inclusion Dance.

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Be Yourself. Be Inspired. Be Inclusive.

Inclusion Dance
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