Meagan Swindlehurst

Dance Teacher

Meagan Swindlehurst

Miss Meagan began her dancing journey at the age of 4 and has trained in Tap, Ballet, Jazz, Contemporary, Lyrical, African, Hip-Hop, Acrobatics and Celtic. Throughout her dancing career, she has danced, trained, and competed across Canada and the United States. Her passion for dance shone through in productions including "Cinderella", "The Little Mermaid”, and "The Nutcracker”, as well as in her choreography within “The Beauty and the Beast”. Meagan has also trained with Storybook Theatre, acting as a main character in the comic opera, ”The Pirates of Penzance”, as well as with the Calaway Park Performers, where she danced, performed, and sang each day. She can also be seen in Gord Bamford’s music video, “Dive Bar”.

Meagan’s upbeat personality and young, innovative choreography has won her awards and praise from many choreographers and teachers around the country. She aims to build strong connections with her students where they can work together to move dance training into lifelong skills and knowledge. Meagan holds her Bachelors degree in Kinesiology, her first year of ADAPT teacher training, and is excited to add Acrobatic Arts to her tool belt this summer!

Currently Miss Meagan not only teaches dance, but also works at a preschool for kids with disabilities as a teaching and therapy assistant, and is enthusiastic about the excitements Soul Connexion will bring!


Q & A with Meagan

What inspires you?

  • Helping as many people grow as I can, in as many ways as I can. It helps me grow and evolve!


What song moves you?

  • For keeping me motivated and confident I love Don’t Stop Me Now by Queen or The Bull by Kip Moore! For moving for my soul I love The Summit by Avi Kaplan or Power Over Me by Dermot Kennedy


What do you love about your job?

  • How many people I get to work with! Every day I get to hear so many different ideas, perspectives, and love getting to connect with them


Describe Soul Connexion in one word

  • Exciting!!

Meagan Swindlehurst