Our dancers gain knowledge and experiences that will stay with them throughout their lives, and facilitate happy healthy lifestyles. At Lambarri Dance Arts we provide an environment for our students to work towards attaining their goals, make lasting memories, and embody the joy of dance.
Each year portions of our profits are donated to the ALZHEIMER'S ASSOCIATION in an effort to find a cure!
Did you know that dance is considered a leading preventer of Alzheimer's & Dementia?
Alexa has been a dance educator for over a decade, advocating for "smart" dance training, with special focus on anatomy and the mind-body connection. She graduated magna cum laude from Rutgers University Mason Gross School of the Arts 2014 with her B.F.A. in Dance having received the University Dance Works Scholarship and Dance Express Choreography Award. Alexa is currently a NASM Certified Personal Trainer with a Performance Enhancement Specialty and certified in Progressing Ballet Technique and
T Spheres Technique. Her students have gone on to perform in the National Tour of Matilda, to attend Boston Conservatory on merit scholarship, University of the Arts on merit scholarship, Alvin Ailey’s Pre-Professional Program on merit scholarship, and more!
Alexa has worked with choreographers including Larry Keigwin, Brian Brooks, Doug Elkins, Ginger Thatcher, Stefanie Battan Bland, Sidra Bell, Manuel Vignouelle, Julie Bour, Jay T. Jenkins, Randy James, Graham Lustig, Jonathan Campbell, Raegan Bliss Wood, and Keith Thompson.
She performed in the Princeton Dance Festival & at The Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington D.C. As a member of Zella Dance Company, Alexa performed across the United States and she toured internationally with the production Uma Saudação à Whitney Houston.
Alexa worked as Marketing Associate for New York City Dance Alliance & used her background in graphic design to create the visual content for New York City Dance Alliance, Onstage New York, and Lanteri NY. She established herself as a social media specialist working on events including the New York City Dance Alliance National Finale, the Fred and Adele Astaire Awards, Destiny Rising, and Bright Lights Shining Stars. In 2017 Alexa founded Lambarri Dance Arts, in memory of her grandmother Nilda Lambarri who passed from Dementia, to provide a space for young dancers to grow as artists while developing their technique incorporating functional methods to train in "smart" and more efficient ways.