Balancing Act At Cannon Arts Dance Studio

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Burgeoning ballerinas bellied up to the barre for the first ballet class of the new  dance season Tuesday night.

The young dancers responded enthusiastically to the instruction of Erin Rehberg, Cannon Arts' newest teacher.

Students were instructed to viualize a sunset on the wall to hone their balancing skills. Dancers turned and leapt gracefully under Rehberg's experienced tutelage.

Studio owner Lori Christensen was very impressed.

"We are extremely lucky  that Erin is taking time from her teaching duties at MTSU, and her busy  touring schedule,  to educate our young dancers. Dance is her passion and she seeks to share it with our community," Christensen said.

To join this class or one of the many other classes that are taught by professional instructors, call 563-9122 or email
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September 02, 2011 at 8:57am
The parole office or bail bondsmen place needs to be MOVED off the square! It is affecting other businesses and it is near this studio.
September 02, 2011 at 7:42pm
@crybush, I AGREE!! Especially when there are young children attending the dance studio. My 4 year old niece is attending and I don't like the probation office being that close to where she is attending ballet class!
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