Since opening its doors in 1997, Fascinating Rhythm Studios has established itself as a leader in dance excellence.
Our mission is to instill in each student that hard work produces achievement and self-esteem, which comes with the accomplishment of difficult and challenging skills. We excel in technical excellence, professionalism and positive values.
Our goals center on ways to offer the finest dance and tumbling training available for children, teens and adults.
We have one of the largest studio spaces in York County featuring; three dance studios, a tumbling space, waiting room for parents, and a break area for students. Our tumbling room is equipped with floor mats, trampolines, and other mats needed to train. Our dance studios feature barres, stereos, wood floors, and mirrored walls. There are also two large bathrooms and dressing rooms to meet the needs of all our students. We have a dance wear shop located in our lobby where you can purchase all your dance needs.
Meet the Instructors
Our instructors truly care about creating well-rounded dancers. They work together to make sure that students at Fascinating Rhythm are getting the best dance instruction possible. All Instructors are Certified by Dance Masters of America and have graduated with a Performing Arts Degree from an accredited University.
What We Teach
Alisha Patterson-Curry: Preschool, Recreational and Competitive Instructor: all subjects
Whitney Hinson: Preschool, Recreational and Competitive Instructor: all subjects
Jenny Fankhouser: Preschool and Recreational Instructor: Ballet, Lyrical, Jazz & Hip Hop
Dalynn Wallace: Preschool and Recreational Tumbling Instructor
Taylor Moss: Preschool and Recreational Instructor: Ballet, Tap, Lyrical & Jazz
Amber Johnson: Competitive Tumbling and Cheer Tumbling Instructor
Kendra Eikenberry: Competitive Ballet Technique, Pre-Pointe and Pointe Instructor
Sydney Hicks: Competitive Tap Instructor
What Parents Say
"I have been with FRS for 15 years. I wouldn't change anything! Friendships and memories that will last a lifetime."
— Sarah Beth's Mom