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About Denver Dance

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Denver Dance is a unique private studio that caters to small class sizes. What makes it unique? Well, the fact that it is a huge Tuff Shed turned into a studio! That's right, a Tuff Shed. I have taught at multiple studios for over ten years and loved them all. When I decided to open my own studio, I knew I did not want a typical studio that is in a strip mall or big building where I would have to deal with overhead and landlords. I wanted it to be original. And original it is!

Instructor and Owner


Marguerite Endsley is a professional dancer specializing in tap, hip hop and pole dance. Originally from Denver, CO, she lived in Los Angeles from 2004 to 2008 teaching at LA’s top studio The Edge Performing Arts Center. In addition to teaching, Marguerite performed with Gregg Russell’s tap company Tap Sounds Underground, danced in opening credits for NBC’s America’s Got Talent, and choreographed national commercial for Comcast Cable. Since returning to Denver, Marguerite continues to teach private and group classes, and has her own dance company, Denver Dance Performing Troupe, which consists of dancers performing all dance styles. The troupe performs monthly at the Exdo Event Center, and various venues in Colorado.

Adrienne Jadwinski

Adrienne Jadwinski

Denver School of the Arts Dance Alumni, has been training and performing Aerial Arts since 2000. Trained dancer and gymnast, she got her start in the musical Barnum in high school where she fell in love with the Spanish Web. She has transformed into an all around aerial performer and top notch instructor on the hoop spanish web, fabric and trapeze. She has toured the US, performed in front of sold out crowds at Red Rocks Amphitheater, The Fillmore Auditorium, and The Paramount Theater to name a few. She was recently featured on the Travel Channel's "America Haunts" for her Aerial Chain artistry.

Dinah Israel Beatty


Raised in Georgia, Dinah has always had a passion for dancing and performing. Although she didn’t have any formal training, Dinah has dabbled in all forms of dancing from Hip Hop, African dance, Salsa, Meringue, and a little Jazz. She was even on the drill team in high school. Dinah stumbled upon pole dancing while waiting for a Hip Hop class to begin. Pole dancing wasn’t something Dinah aspired to do, but because it incorporated strength and dance, she could not resist. Three years later, Dinah has progressed from a student to a teacher and what she loves most about teaching is being able to share her passion with others.

Ashley Turner


Ashley Turner began her journey into the aerial arts in 2013, where she first began training on the Aerial Silks. She continued her aerial arts training in Utah, where she discovered her affinity and love for the Lyra. She spent the following four years focusing on the Lyra, while continuing to cross train on the Aerial Silks, Pole, and Trapeze, as well as other unique aerial apparatuses at various studios across the Unites States.

For over a year, Ashley has been teaching silks, Lyra, and other invented apparatuses at various studios within Colorado.

Ashley is excited to introduce students to the foundations, conditioning, strength building, and exploration of the beautiful poses and transitions on the Lyra at Denver Dance.

Daria Boniek


Daria Boniek started dancing 3 years ago; and she fell hard and fast as soon as she started! Having done strength training and other athletics in the past, she redirected her attention and, for the last few years now, focuses on pole and dance. She is always excited to share her passion with students teaching in a fun and safe environment.