Kim Bryant

Instructor of

Ballet, Jazz, Tap, Hip Hop


Kimberly Bryant has been dancing for over 3 decades. In 1987 she was chosen to perform The Nutcracker Suite with the Joffrey Ballet at The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts. During middle school she auditioned and was invited to participate in the University of Iowa’s collegiate dance program under the tutelage of, Francoise Martinet. At age 15 she earned a merit scholarship to attend Virginia School of the Arts; there she performed the role of Swanhilda from Coppelia. In college she was a member of the George Mason University Dance Company. Graduating with a B.A. in Psychology she also earned a minor in dance. While living in the Washington, DC area Ms. Bryant was employed by Arlington Center for Dance, The Russell School of Ballet, and the Center for Ballet Arts. She teaches classical & contemporary ballet, creative movement, jazz, tap and theater dance. Teaching since 1997 she is currently enjoying her 10th year at the CoffeeMill Dance Studio.