Instructors & Staff

Who We Are


Miss Jenna Trawin, R.T.S. RAD

  • Certified Royal Academy of Dance Ballet Instructor, Certificate in Ballet Teaching Studies 

  • Canadian Dance Teacher Association (CDTA) Member Stage Division Tap, Jazz and Associate Member Ballet and Modern

  • Executive Member of Canadian Dance Teacher Association, Saskatchewan Branch

  • Certified Phusia Instructor

  • PACI Dance Program - Set up Dance 10 Curriculum

  • Has Performed Throughout Saskatchewan at Various Competitions and Showcases

  • Past Member of the Saskatchewan and National Modern Company  

  • Specializes in PreSchool Curriculum

  • Currently working on the Royal Academy of Dance - Masters Programme

  • Co-Owner of The Performing Arts Warehouse and Stage Stars

Miss Paiton Tegstrom, 
Instructor's Assistant

Hello everyone, My name is Paiton Tegstrom, and I’m so excited to be a Dance Assistant again! I grew up in Melfort, Sask, and trained at the Melfort Dance Centre from 2005-2017. I have experience in ballet, jazz, tap, hip hop, pointe, and song & dance, though my favourite discipline is ballet! I was a dance assistant from 2013-2015 and a junior teacher from 2015-2017, with creative movement, ballet, and jazz classes for ages 4-12. I competed in Prince Albert, Tisdale, Rose Valley, and Humboldt throughout the years. I’m currently a child & youth mental health therapist with the SHA, and I’m looking forward to spending more time in the community!

Old Tap Shoes

Miss Dorinda

  • Miss Dorinda trained for almost 20 years at Sitter School of Dance, Saskatoon’s premiere dance studio.

  • Under the elite direction of Miss Eloise Sitter, SOM, who was trained by her mother, Mrs. Dorris Sitter, Miss Dorinda has both her Teacher’s Tap and Teacher’s Jazz, Stage Division, from the Canadian Dance Teachers’ Association, Saskatchewan Branch.

  • She also trained in ballet and completed major exam work with the Royal Academy of Ballet.

  • For many years, Miss Dorinda has been teaching and volunteering in Saskatchewan’s dance community.”