Amy Stice holds two degrees in Music Education, so it is no surprise that Tap is her first love in Dance. Amy’s dance training has included: tap, ballet, lyrical, jazz, and hip hop, from educators and artists such as Jerry Flint, Jason Samuel Smith, Diane Walker, Arthur Duncan, Michelle Dorance, and Jason Janas. Amy’s life has taken her to various parts of the Midwest, where she participated in the fields of dance, music, and theatre, including Elkhart Civic Theatre. She was a K-12 certified Music Educator in Indiana, and Michigan before having her daughters: Olivia and Isabelle, with her husband, Mark. Amy currently teaches early childhood music classes at the MSU Community Music School as well as five levels of Tap, and the K-2 Impulse Young Artists at Happendance. Amy loves teaching tap students of all ages and levels how to create musical and percussive artistry with their feet. She believes that as they learn to let go and listen to their feet, the magic will truly begin.