Chloe Pfeiffer


Chloe is a graduate of Canada’s National Ballet School’s Teacher Training Program holding her Registered Teacher Status with the Royal Academy of Dance and Associate Level ISTD National Dance Teaching Qualifications. She has developed a wide range of skills and a strong educational background through Canada’s National Ballet School with extensive training in ballet technique, Cecchetti and RAD ballet, Character, National dance, conditioning, anatomy, music, Benesh movement notation and dance history. Prior to her studies at Canada’s National Ballet School, she completed the Professional Dance Program at George Brown College.

Chloe has acquired her Teaching Certification in Progressing Ballet Technique (under Robyn Segel Shifren) and her Dancing with Parkinson’s Teaching Certification (under David Leventhall). She has attended many workshops geared specifically towards young children (under Mary Ann Lee), teaching adults (under Bob McCollum), composition and choreography (under Angie Seto), and the teaching of pointework (under Anuschka Roes). Chloe continues to develop her education as a dance teacher by attending various workshops and teacher courses.

Chloe began her ballet dance career at a young age, working her way through the RAD syllabus and National exams up to the Advanced 2 level.  She has also studied lyrical, jazz, and modern dance. She has been teaching for many years, with experience from Pre-Primary to Advanced classes as well as assisting and teaching various Associate and Professional Program ballet classes at Canada’s National Ballet School.  She has years of experience performing as well as choreographing for shows and recitals.

Chloe’s passion for dance continues to grow and it’s her desire to pass that passion on to her students. As a highly dedicated teacher with a focus on proper technique, Chloe brings the joy of dance to her students of all ages and abilities. She is passionate about extending her knowledge to the next generation of dancers at Element Dance Arts.