Kim Seiber grew up dancing in California’s Central Valley where she studied jazz, tap, ballet, pointe, hip-hop, choreography, and stage direction. At the young age of 15, Kim was already instructing her first beginning jazz and pre-dance classes at The Ballet Workshop of Hanford. In Fresno, Kim performed with the Cal Bowl Dancers under the direction of Sue Sampson-Dalena, the director of The Dance Studio.
Kim focused on fitness after she moved to the San Diego area where she met and married her husband, Mike. She is an ACE certified personal trainer who specialized in youth fitness. In expanding her love of Musical Theater, she conducted acting classes and camps for kids. Kim has performed as a back-up dancer/choreographer to Billboard recording artist, Miz Mandy, appearing in her most recent music video. She has choreographed and performed with her energetic NCDA dancers for productions entitled “All For You” where proceeds from the events benefit underprivileged youth.
For over 17 years, Kim has been an instructor for North County Dance Arts. She has taught pre-ballet, hip hop, beginning tap, and jazz for kids, and hip hop and lyrical dance for adults. She is known for asking her students to give 100% every class, and for creating fun dances every month to work on various styles, while focusing on form and fitness.
By continuing to take class, study dance and fitness, and attend musicals, Kim is able to fuel her passion for dance that started at the age of three when she danced to “C is for Cookie”.