Sabrina's love for dance began at the age of 4 in Winnipeg,
MB. At age 7, Sabrina began her training with Katherine
Lind-Thorlakson. At the age of 10 Sabrina enrolled in a traveling
performing group, under the direction of Katherine, where she knew that
dance would be part of her life forever.
In 1992, Studio One opened it's doors which lead Sabrina to
be part of an amazing family that she loves. At Studio One
Sabrina expanded her repertoire by introducing ballet and pointe along
with tap, jazz and Musical Theatre and more hours of class per
week. Sabrina continued to perform at local Winnipeg events with
Studio One. As a teenager, Sabrina danced competitively in
solos, duos, trios, small and large groups, being awarded medals
ranging up to Gold Honors. Sabrina attended many workshops,
learning from world renowned performers and choreographers at Triple
Threat, LA Danceforce, The School of Contemporary Dancers and The
Royal Winnipeg Ballet. Sabrina studied the Cecchetti and Royal
Academy of Dance ballet methods and is a CLI Studios certified teacher.
Sabrina spent her high school years at Westwood Collegiate’s
Elliot School of Dance, expanding her dance repertoire further to
include Modern dance and choreography. Sabrina choreographed
solos, duos and large group numbers that were performed by her students
at competitions and performances. She also choreographed
Westwood’s 1999 fashion show. Sabrina was a principal dancer in
all Musicals at which she performed at Westwood Collegiate, which
included Fiddler on the Roof, Hair, and Oklahoma.
Sabrina graduated from Westwood Collegiate with a double dance major in
ballet and modern and a dance diploma. Sabrina was the 1999
recipient of the Coca-Cola performing arts dance scholarship.
In 1999 Sabrina was a dance captain for the opening and closing
ceremonies of the 1999 Pan-Am games. She was also selected to
perform on stage during the featured performance of “Go for Gold”
during the opening ceremonies. In 2000, Sabrina was part of the
Winnipeg Goldeye’s dance team. In 2002, Sabrina danced in the “Home
crew” music video “The High Life” aired on Much Music.
In recent years, Sabrina has enjoyed performing at local shows with her
fellow Studio One dancers, attending dance class and celebrating life’s
special moments and occasions with her Studio One family.