Dance teacher, choreographer, judge of dance, artistic director, and the owner of Julie Moffitt Ballet School, Julie has lived in North Ogden for 27 years. Julie has been training dance teachers and teaching dance for over 30 years in private studios, public and private elementary and secondary schools, and volunteered teaching at Weber State University. She has developed her own dance syllabus bringing innovative dance curriculum and teaching methods to her studio.
Julie’s passion for teaching dance began at age 11 as a student teacher. When she was 18, she joined a performing dance company, performed in community theatre, and WSC Theatre. At age 19, she opened her first dance school while attending college. She furthered her education at University of Utah, Ryrie Woodbury Dance Company, Royal Academy of London Accredited Teachers and holds a bachelor’s degree at Weber State University specializing in dance, technical sales, and family studies. Julie was previously on staff for Weber State University B.I.S. Capstone Committee to help students in dance education. She also trained in a variety of dance forms including jazz, tap, modern, creative dance, character ballet, pointe, musical theatre and folk dancing. Julie continues attending master classes and dance teaching methodologies.
As the owner of the studio, Julie manages the studio and creates the curriculum and trains teachers. She also choreographs the JMBS Nutcracker Production and stays involved with the artistic direction of the Nutcracker Ballet and Spring Productions