Aimee Eddins began dancing for as long as she could remember and adored studying dance from the very beginning. Aimee began her journey in dance with classical dance forms such as ballet, tap and jazz in Pennsylvania and Virginia. With her family, she has done Contra and other American folk dances for nearly 30 years. Beginning in college (where she majored in Mechanical Engineering), she studied Argentine Tango with Moti Buchboot; Lindy Hop; and Bellydance followed by Blues with Brenda Russell, Barry Douglas and many others; Women’s Folk Dances of the Orient with Helene Eriksen; and Fusion Dances.
She has also studied Capoeira under Mestre Galo and Mestre Accordion and was a principal member of the Rocky Mountain Blues Troopers (a Blues Dance performance troupe). Along the way, Aimee has focused on teaching and sharing her love of dance and movement with others. Having completed the Heart of Facilitation training with Power of Hope, Aimee brings a variety of empowering classroom techniques to her workshops. Aimee has called Denver her home for over 5 years and can be found around town dancing, teaching youth and adults, and running dance events such as Mile High Blues with her company Sharing Flow.