Emily (Brown) Hanley
Emily is a graduate of Marcus Whitman. Emily holds a BA in Dance from SUNY Potsdam where she received the Service in Dance and Dance Performance awards. While at Potsdam, Emily worked as a Student Ambassador in the Technical Theatre Department and as a Student Intern for the Arts Education Consortium. Currently, Emily is the Creative Arts Coordinator in Dance for the Arc of Monroe and their modern dance troupe, A Moving Experience. Emily has attended and performed at Bates Dance Festival, American College Dance Festival, and The West African Cultural Exchange in Dagbamete, Ghana; additionally Emily has completed Autism Movement Therapy Certification. Emily has choreographed eight musicals with Geneva Theatre Guild, Marcus Whitman and The Neighborhood Acting Company. Emily is an annual contributor to The Arts Experience Festival at Hobart and William Smith Colleges and volunteers at the Strong National Museum of Play, she lives in Brighton with her husband and golden retriever.
Our Support Team
Next Level Strength and Conditioning has been working with the Mirror Images teams. They work with skaters on their endurance, physical strength, stamina and power. The trainers have developed specific plans for the skaters to bring them to their peak performance. For more information, check out their web page here.
Butterfly Kids YOGA works with out skaters on their mindfulness, flexibility and core strength. Sessions are open to other area figure skaters as well. For more information, check out their web page here.
We also work with area coaches on our technique, transitions, and performance to enhance our overall skating. Thank you for your support and assistance in pushing us further.