Andrea Enney started dance classes at the age of three. She grew up in San Antonio, TX and began her love of ballet while attending Performing Arts School of Classical Ballet. Growing up she trained in ballet, pointe, tap, jazz, lyrical, and flamenco. She studied ballet with Ms.Nancy Smith, a former principal ballerina with the Joeffrey Ballet. While in level 5 and Repertory she was able to perform prominent roles in Paquita, Giselle, The Grand Pas de Quatre, Don Quixote and Swan Lake. She began her teaching career in 2008 and continues to teach in San Antonio and the surrounding areas.  

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While attending summer intensives in Jackson, Missisipppi with Ballet Magnificat she was able to study alongside ballet masters Kathy Thibodeux and Jiri Voborsky. In the summer of 2018 she earned her certification in Progressive Ballet Technique. She loves continuing her dance education through CLI Studios, books, workshops, and continues to take ballet classes weekly. She hopes to instill confidence and inspire her students to grow in their dance technique.

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Andrea and her husband Bryan have two children. Their son Ari is 4 years old and their daughter Adeline is 6. In her spare time they enjoy playing outside, cooking together, and visiting small towns around Texas.