Dancing since the age of three, Rylee trained competitively for fifteen years in numerous disciplines under the direction of Cyndi Scott. She trained in many different syllabuses including ADAPT and RAD, and held many titles from various competitions across North America. Rylee has traveled across the USA, London, and Barcelona to further her dance knowledge and learn from successful teachers in the dance community. She has performed at the Jimmy Slyde Institute, and three different shows as a member of the O2 Dance Company. Upon graduation from the Edge School for Athletes, Rylee attended the University of Calgary in the Haskayne School of Business to obtain her Bachelor of Commerce degree, while continuing to stay involved in the dance community. Her teaching career began at Edge School in Fort McMurray and various studios in the Calgary area. She then served as a faculty member for The Young Canadians, and Dance Director of the Calgary Stampede Showband. Rylee has since found her way back to Edge as a dance instructor and choreographer.
Kelcey Moore is a versatile and stylistic teacher with a strong technical background. She has traveled to Arizona, Paris, as well as Italy to further her dance training with companies such as Paris Opera Ballet, Studio Harmonic, Paris Dance School, La Scala, and Dance Arts Industry. Kelcey has earned full-scholarships to Millennium Dance Complex in Los Angeles and to EDGE performing Arts Center in Los Angeles. She has also trained with Entity Dance Company in Los Angeles for the past two summers. Travelling internationally, she has competed in Mexico and Graz, Austria as a part Team Canada in the fall of 2016 for the International Dance Organization World Hip Hop competition. She was a part of iLLFX Company, Universesoul Dance Company, and the O2 program. Among her many performances she has performed in the Arizona Jazz Dance Invitational Showcase, the Calgary Hitmen 20th Anniversary Home Opener, and the Michael Bernard Fitzgerald Show Concert, Ruben Young’s music video for Take Her Down and God Bamford’s music video for Dive Bar. Kelcey is also a graduate from the Edge Dance Program.
Megan Daniels was born in Saskatoon and came to Calgary 7 years ago to pursue a career as a professional contemporary and ballet dancer. After dancing with several small companies throughout Saskatchewan, Manitoba and Alberta, she decided to venture into teaching and fell in love with it right away. As a teenager, she was fortunate to train professionally at the Royal Winnipeg Ballet School and spent a few years in her early 20's dancing as an apprentice with the RWB company. It was during those years that she realized that movement and dance are her life and she now feels so lucky that she is able to make her living teaching these things to others. Megan fell in love with the people and energy of Calgary as soon as she got here and now works full-time as a ballet and yoga instructor in the city. She is delighted to be a part of the Edge Dance Faculty and pass along her love of ballet to the eager young dancers of Edge School!