Miss Jessica

"As a teacher of several advanced level classes at Dance Expressions, I am inspired by the product of work each and every student demonstrates. The technical tools I use in class differs from week to week, and the students are more than willing to always try something new. The students are mature and open minded with new learning experiences and are always very respectful to me in the room as a teacher."

Jessica Steurer started dance at the age of three years old at Laurene Aldorisio's Academy of Dance Expressions. There she spent a consecutive 15 years training in many styles of dance including ballet, modern, lyrical, tap, jazz, hip-hop, and pointe. At 15 years old, she auditioned in Boston for a prestigious role as a Dance Olympus VIP. She had the opportunity to travel to several major cities throughout the country instructing dance intensives and performing demanding choreography in showcases with 14 other chosen dancers. She worked along side modern, jazz, hip-hop, ballet, and tap choreographers such as Billy Griffin, Jessica Etzel, Kirby Reed, Sarah Jo Fazio, Mario Velez Jr., and Debbie Dee.

She has also participated in many master classes, summer programs, and performances throughout her life at the American College Dance Association, Boston Contemporary Dance Festival, Urbanity Dance Company, Boston Ballet School, and Dance America/Olympus.

Jessica graduated Magna Cum Laude Honors with a Bachelor of Arts in Dance and Performance Studies with a Double Minor in Marketing and Psychology at Roger Williams University. Throughout her four years at school she studied under many world renown artists such as Larry Keigwin, Sean Curran, Jenny Rocha, Paula Josa-Jones, Angie Conte, Hillary Easton, Helen Simoneau, Christina Robson, Kellie Ann Lynch, K.J Holmes, Deanna Pellecchia, Melody Ruffing Ward, Cathy Nicoli, and France Hunter. During her senior year, she earned the opportunity to choreograph a contemporary modern piece where she casted her own dancers and performed in the dance theatre showcase just before graduation.

Jessica is currently finishing her first year pursuing a Master of Arts in Mental Health Health Counseling with a Specialization in Dance Movement Therapy. After graduation, she hopes to work as a clinician/therapist in a pediatric hospital in Boston.








Miss Jocelyn

"As the Acro Instructor at Dance Expressions, I ask for a lot from my girls. I ask them to try their hardest, face challenges and fear, push hard through conditioning, and trust in one another and use teamwork for lifts and stunts. All the students I have met at the studio, put in so much effort and are extremely respectful. They are eager to learn new things and work hard to perfect the things they already know.

Laurene trusts in me to keep the girls safe during class. She also has made me feel welcome and has trusted in my background and knowledge to train her dancers. The technique, willingness to learn, and positive attitudes/environment has made my teaching experience here one of the best.""


Miss Jocelyn (Jaycee) was born and raised in Holden, MA. She started her dance training at the age 3 at Diane Kelley Dance Studio in West Boylston and her gymnastics training at Sterling Academy of Gymnastics. She has competed and performed in several dance/gymnastics competitions at both a regional and national level. She also attended several workshops and master classes at the Broadway Dance Center in NYC and also many dance competition conventions. She has worked with many choreographers including Jermaine Brown, Wade Robson, Katy Spreadbury, and many more.

After she graduated high school, Miss Jocelyn received her 1st. year teacher training certificate through Dance Masters of America in Buffallo, NY and has taught at several studios around the area sharing her love of dance and gymnastics for 10 years.

Miss Jocelyn places a strong emphasis on safety and conditioning/flexibility in her Acro classes, while keeping them fun! Her favorite styles of dance are Acro and Contemporary. Her acro classes consist of many different elements of dance/tumbling including; conditioning, flexibility, technique/dance training, individual skills, along with partner/group lifts and stunts. Students will gain flexibility, control, strength, tumbling skills, and also teamwork in a safe and fun environment.





Miss Tyler

Being a teacher is an amazing experience. Once a week I get to share my joy of dance with my students. There is no better feeling then seeing that joy on their faces while they are dancing.


Tyler Davidson began dancing at age three. She then spent twelve years at the Franklin School for the Performing Arts where she studied ballet, pointe, jazz, modern, tap, and hip hop. She was a member of the Junior Dance Ensemble, and then the Senior Dance Company. She participated in many performances, including Spring Concerts, The Nutcracker, Cinderella, Disney Showcases, and Dean College Showcases. As a member of the Senior Dance Company, she attended workshops at Walt Disney World and performed at the Magic Kingdom and Downtown Disney.

After graduating FSPA, Tyler continued her dance studies at Dean College where she obtained her Bachelor of Art in Dance in 2014.

Tyler has also partipicated in many master classes and summer programs at FSPA, Jacob's Pillow, Long Island University, Dean College, the Bates Dance Festival, and at Boston Ballet.





Miss Brittany


Brittany Terra is extremely well versed in all forms of dance after training for 13 years, since the age of three, at Laurene Aldorisio's Academy of Dance Expressions. Brittany prides herself not only in her solid dance technique, but also as a young dance choreographer.

Brittany has captured numerous, prestigious awards and scholarships throughout her dance career. For the past three years, she competed in the New England Dance Masters of America's Title competition where she placed 2nd in the Junior Miss Dance competition, and 2nd & 3rd in the Teen Miss Dance competition. At several regional and national competitions she placed and won the best soloist award and received several scholarships to further her dance education.

Another forte of Brittany's is choreography. Most recently, she competed her self-choreographed contemporary solo at the Believe National Talent Competition where she received the Power Pak Invitation to study in Florida, Ohio or Maryland as well as a scholarship to SPARK, a unique weeklong summer intensive to empower young artists to explore creativity and artistic expression through training, performance and choreography opportunities.

On occasion, Brittany also takes ballet classes at Dean College. Her teaching experience includes teaching assistance in all forms of dance for the past few years at Dance Expressions and teaching Hip Hop classes.

Brittany aspires to be a Broadway dancer, attend college to get her BFA in dance, and open a studio and/or continue the success of Laurene Aldorisio's Academy of Dance Expressions in the future.









Laura Taylor

"In my years of working for Dance Expressions, I have had the opportunity to watch little girls learn discipline, group interaction and the love of movement along with getting to know the older students who, through their years of dance at Dance Expressions, have become exemplary young women."


Laura Taylor has a diverse background including Computer Science and Art. Working at Dance Expressions allows Laura to stay at home with her young son during the day, while being able to continue to work. Laura enjoys working at Dance Expressions because it allows her to use her various skills along with being able to interact with the great staff, students and parents.