Heather Moffitt grew up in Georgia and upon graduating high school moved to Los Angeles to pursue a career as a dancer and to attend college. She spent 15 years working as a performer, teacher, and choreographer in Los Angeles. During her time in Los Angeles, she obtained a Bachelor of Science degree in Kinesiology Exercise Science from California State University Northridge. She has trained in dance, singing, and acting with top industry professionals all over the world including Joseph Malone, Jackie Sleight, Michelle Elkin, Paula Morgan, Doug Caldwell, Cindy Ricalde, and Adam Parson, as well as Peisha McPhee and Christina Saffran-Ashford. Heather is a triple-threat performer who has performed throughout the country and overseas.
Her performance credits include Adam Parson’s Commonality Dance Company, Mandalone Project directed by Joseph Malone, Jazz Dance LA and Mandalone Project with Jackie Sleight, Medidanza Stage in Italy with Paula Morgan and Steven LaChance, The Choreographer’s Carnival at Key Club in Hollywood with Michelle Elkin, Cabrillo Music Theater’s production of The King and I, the musical iChoose, several cultural performances with Joseph Malone, Michelle Elkin, and Terrance Yates, and Heather performed in multiple Cabaret style performances directed by Peisha McPhee. Heather has served as an assistant for Jackie Sleight, Doug Caldwell, and Cindy Ricalde and she has trained teaching assistants throughout her many years of teaching.
Heather has taught and choreographed for many studios in the Los Angeles and Atlanta areas. Her students have continued on to perform in musicals and television and film, have obtained scholarships to college for dance, and some have become teachers themselves. With over 20 years of teaching experience, Heather’s versatile teaching abilities span all ages and all levels of ballet, tap, jazz, contemporary, lyrical, hip hop, and some acrobatics. Her unique ability to nurture, inspire, and challenge dancers from preschool age to the preprofessional and professional level sets her apart as a dance educator. Heather has also adjudicated for many auditions and national dance competitions.
In addition to Heather’s extensive artistic background, she worked in hospitality management for several years for The Sofitel Hotel company and The Ritz-Carlton Hotel Company. Her passion for excellent customer service and employee satisfaction contributes to the philosophy behind Integrity 360 Dance Center. With a vast amount of experience in administration, business management, performing, and teaching, Heather is determined to take the dance studio experience to another level.
Stephanie Kay Swant
Stephanie Kay Swant grew up in Valencia, California and moved to Marietta, Georgia the summer before 9th grade. She attended Pebblebrook High School while dancing with Atlanta Ballet’s Centre for Dance Education. Highlights from her time in Georgia include playing Maria in the Atlanta Ballet’s Nutcracker, dancing with the company in roles such as Waltz of the Flowers and Snow, Black light pas Legs in Il Distrato, Alice in Wonderland, Iris Kelly in Pebblebrook’s Fame the Musical, and working with many
prestigious choreographers such as Ann Reinking and Mia Michaels. During the summers she studied with Boston Ballet and Atlanta Ballet.
Stephanie graduated from Elon University with a BFA in Music Theatre. She has lived and performed in New York City and Los Angeles. Her favorite credits include Bonnie in Anything Goes at the Covina Center, Hedy in How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying at Fireside Dinner Theatre, White Christmas at the Arts Center of Coastal Carolina, A Christmas Carol at the McCarter Theater, Phyllis Dale in 42nd Street, Rumpleteazer in CATS and Alice in Seven Brides for Seven Brothers. She is a proud member of the Actors’ Equity Association (AEA).
Along with her performance career she has choreographed musicals across the nation and taught musical theatre, ballet, lyrical and tap to ages 2-Adult. She is currently the Choreographer for the Southeastern Theatre Conference; choreographing auditions for companies such as Disney, Maine State Music Theatre, RWS Entertainment Group, Dollywood, Norwegian Cruise Lines and many more.
Back in Atlanta, Stephanie has her own Event Company specially working with Georgia Tech Athletics. She can’t
wait to share her experience and love for dance with the students at Integrity 360 Dance Center.
Jackie Nash, a native of Connecticut, started her pre-professional ballet training at the Connecticut Dance School under the direction of Alan Woodard. She then spent two years in the dance and academic residency program at The Rock School, graduating in 2009. During her summer studies, she attended the Chautauqua Institute, Nutmeg Conservatory, Miami City Ballet, and the Atlanta Ballet Centre for Dance Education. During her 12 seasons with Atlanta Ballet she has enjoyed dancing a wide variety of classical and contemporary roles such as Sugar Plum Fairy in Atlanta Ballet’s Nutcracker, the principal roles in Yuri Possokhov’s Classical Symphony and Firebird, and the lead female in George Balanchine’s Allegro Brillante. Notably, Jackie's performance at the Joyce Theater with Amy Siewert's Imagery was named one of Pointe Magazine's "The 12 Standout Performances of 2017". She has also had the opportunity to teach at the Atlanta Ballet Summer Program, the Royal Dance Academy's summer session, The Neighborhood Ballet Summer Intensive, Perimeter Ballet, and Chattanooga Dance Theatre. Jackie is now a company member with Terminus Modern Ballet Theatre.
Jacob Bush grew up in Minneapolis, Minnesota, where he trained at Minnesota Dance Theatre under the direction of Lise Houlton. He continued his training under Sharon Story at the Atlanta Ballet Centre for Dance Education, as well as the San Antonio Metropolitan Ballet under Susan Connally. He spent the 2012-2014 seasons with Germany’s Theatre Augsburg, where he worked with such notable choreographers as Douglas Lee, Annabelle Lopez-Ochoa, Christian Spuck, Michael Pink, and Itzik Galili. In Atlanta, Bush has danced many principal roles in classical, neoclassical, and contemporary works, including Ivan in Yuri Possokhov’s Firebird, Helgi Tomasson's 7 for Eight, the principal male in George Balanchine’s Allegro Brillante, and Gutman in Helen Pickett’s Camino Real. In addition, he has been featured in Jiří Kylián’s Petite Mort, Liam Scarlett’s Vespertine and world premiere of Catch, Craig Davidson’s Remembrance/Hereafter, Red Couple in Stanton Welch’s Tu Tu, the world premiere of Tara Lee’s blink, and the world premiere of Claudia Schreier's First Impulse. With several years of teaching experience, Jacob looks forward to sharing his knowledge and passion for dance with students.
Molly Caplan grew up in Honolulu, HI, where she began her dance training at The Movement Center under the direction of Lisa Kimsey. She continued her dance training at The Dancer’s Studio Backstage in Alpharetta, GA and joined their pre-professional company, Atlanta Dance Theater, at the age of 11 under the direction of Jonnie C. Kelley and Robert Gosnell. During her time with ADT, Molly had the opportunity to perform and take master classes at different dance festivals throughout the Southeast such as Jazz On Tap, Ballet Fest, and SERBA (Southeast Regional Ballet Association). During her 7 seasons with ADT she danced in a variety of performances including Babes In Toyland, Swan Lake, Coppelia, Cinderella, and Paquita. During her summer studies she attended American Ballet Theater, Houston Ballet, Atlanta Ballet, and Ballet Hawaii.
Molly attended Kennesaw State University to study dance and early childhood education. She graduated with her Bachelor's degree in Early Childhood Education with endorsements in math and ELA. While in school, Molly choreographed dance numbers for UGA’s SDT Greek Grind, a dance competition which raises money for Prevent Child Abuse America (PCAA).
In addition to teaching dance, Molly is a licensed Zumba Instructor and has taught classes at local gyms. For the last couple of years, she has also had the opportunity to be a flashmob coordinator which has been extremely rewarding and a lot of fun.
Molly has almost a decade of teaching experience working with students ages 3-18. She currently works at The Dancer’s Studio Backstage teaching 3 to 4 year old combo classes, ballet, pre-pointe, and adult classes. She also works for the MJCCA’s J Dance Company where she teaches ballet, tap, jazz, contemporary, pre-pointe, and pointe.
Jessica He, originally from Rancho Cucamonga, California, is currently dancing with Atlanta Ballet’s main professional company. She has performed featured principal and soloist roles and some of the most memorable in her career thus far includes the Princess in Yuri Possokhov’s “Firebird”, Lar Lubovitch’s “Elemental Brubeck”, Liam Scarlett’s “Vespertine” and world premiere “Catch”, Jiri Kylian’s “Return to a Strange Land”, George Balanchine’s “Who Cares?” and “Tchaikovsky Pas de Deux”, Helgi Tomasson’s “7 for Eight”, and Yuri Possokhov’s “Don Quixote”. Jessica received her early ballet training at Inland Pacific Ballet Company in Montclair, California, and moved to Philadelphia at the age of 14 to enter the pre-professional training program at the Rock School for Dance Education on full scholarship. She danced with Houston Ballet’s second company for two seasons before joining Atlanta Ballet, where she has enjoyed touring internationally and performing a varied repertoire.