Sarah Wolff, A northern Michigan native, Sarah studied music and dance growing up before leaving home to attend Canada’s National Ballet School. Upon graduating in 2006 she guested with Dutch National Ballet before joining The National Ballet of Canada’s YOUdance apprentice program, the precursor to dancing as a member of NBOC through 2015. She then joined BalletMet and has since pursued a freelance performance career alongside directing the ballet program for Company Dance Traverse. She has guested with New York Dance Project, Grand Rapids Ballet, Fenton Ballet Theater and more and has performed lead roles with The National Ballet of Canada, Ballet Minnesota, and BalletMet in addition to freelance and commercial work in Toronto and NYC. Sarah was awarded The Cecchetti Council of America Ballet Award, The NYCDA Ballet Scholarship, NBS’ Peter Dwyer Award of Excellence, and NBOC’s Patrons’ Council Award of Merit. She’s a passionate teacher and mentor with choreography, placing first in YAGP & NYCDA competitions. She’s presently completing a course in Yoga Nidra meditation and integrates mindfulness into her classical ballet coaching.