Bianca

Bianca

  • Occupation: Business
  • Hometown: Tumwater, WA
  • Tenure: Rookie
  • College: Western Washington University

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Occupation:  Student

High School: Tumwater High School (Tumwater, WA)

College: Western Washington University

Major or Degree:  Business

Years as a Sea Gal:  Rookie

Dance Background: I started dancing at age three at the Yelm Dance Shoppe and competitively by age four. I competed in ballet, jazz, hip-hop, lyrical, and modern for eleven years. My sophomore year of high school I auditioned for the Tumwater High School Dance team and competed in pom, jazz, and hip-hop for three years. I was captain of hip-hop my senior year. We went to UDA Nationals in Florida two of my years on the team and competed at the WIAA state competition every year as well as attending numerous local competitions. This year, I have taken ballet and modern classes at Western Washington University and plan on continuing taking classes throughout my next three years.

Hobbies:  Dancing, singing, yoga, and pilates.

Major Goal I Have Met:  When my dance team and I went to the Universal Dance Association’s Nationals in high school we placed 9th in hip-hop and 16th in pom. We competed in Florida against around three hundred other dance teams and had a clip of us featured on ESPN. Also, every year we placed in the top three in all of the categories we competed in the WIAA State competition.

Best Experience: I have had some very amazing experiences and one of them was definitely making the Sea Gals 2012 squad. Besides that, another great experience was going to L.A. and competing in dancing, acting, singing, and modeling in front of thousands of people and getting asked to audition for the solo dance part for their final showcase.

How I Stay Fit: I go to the gym at least five days a week and do a series of cardio, arms, abs, and leg exercises. I also like to do yoga and zumba when I have the free time. Also, my mom is a Nutritionist so I’ve grown up eating organic, healthy foods and being gluten free.

Best Advice: My best advice is to look for the positive in every experience, learn from your mistakes, and if something in your life doesn’t work out there is always something brighter on the horizon for you. Don’t lose sight of what you love and makes you happy no matter where life takes you.

Best Part of Being a Sea Gal: Having the opportunity to perform and dance for others and creating memories with all of my wonderful new teammates.

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Occupation:  Student

High School: Tumwater High School (Tumwater, WA)

College: Western Washington University

Major or Degree:  Business

Years as a Sea Gal:  Rookie

Dance Background: I started dancing at age three at the Yelm Dance Shoppe and competitively by age four. I competed in ballet, jazz, hip-hop, lyrical, and modern for eleven years. My sophomore year of high school I auditioned for the Tumwater High School Dance team and competed in pom, jazz, and hip-hop for three years. I was captain of hip-hop my senior year. We went to UDA Nationals in Florida two of my years on the team and competed at the WIAA state competition every year as well as attending numerous local competitions. This year, I have taken ballet and modern classes at Western Washington University and plan on continuing taking classes throughout my next three years.

Hobbies:  Dancing, singing, yoga, and pilates.

Major Goal I Have Met:  When my dance team and I went to the Universal Dance Association’s Nationals in high school we placed 9th in hip-hop and 16th in pom. We competed in Florida against around three hundred other dance teams and had a clip of us featured on ESPN. Also, every year we placed in the top three in all of the categories we competed in the WIAA State competition.

Best Experience: I have had some very amazing experiences and one of them was definitely making the Sea Gals 2012 squad. Besides that, another great experience was going to L.A. and competing in dancing, acting, singing, and modeling in front of thousands of people and getting asked to audition for the solo dance part for their final showcase.

How I Stay Fit: I go to the gym at least five days a week and do a series of cardio, arms, abs, and leg exercises. I also like to do yoga and zumba when I have the free time. Also, my mom is a Nutritionist so I’ve grown up eating organic, healthy foods and being gluten free.

Best Advice: My best advice is to look for the positive in every experience, learn from your mistakes, and if something in your life doesn’t work out there is always something brighter on the horizon for you. Don’t lose sight of what you love and makes you happy no matter where life takes you.

Best Part of Being a Sea Gal: Having the opportunity to perform and dance for others and creating memories with all of my wonderful new teammates.

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