Manon Grenier has grown in the dance universe. She made her beginnings at the age of five in the traditional ballet, tap dancing, jazz and social dancing within her parent dance school.
The small steps got bigger…
At 8 years old, she won the gold medal at the Juvenile Canadian latin championship. She danced in several tv shows. She even made a tv advertisement. From 17 years old, she entered on the international scene and, with her partner Danny Quilliam, had very good results:
- Canadian Vice-champion amateur Standard during 6 years
- North-American champion Amateur Standard (1994)
- Canadian champion amateur Standard (1995)
- Canadian Vice-champion professional Standard (1997 & 1998)
- Canadian Vice-champion professional 10 dances (1997)
- North-American Vice-champion professional 10 dances (1998)
In fact, she represented Canada at the World Championship 10 times and reached the 21st place at the World Amateur standard Championship and twice the 20th position at the World Professional standard Championship.
Graduate in international from the Canadian Dance Teachers Association (CDTA) and member of the Canadian Dancesport Federation (CDF), Manon teaches sportive dancing in standard and latin. She formed and trained students who achieved remarkable results like Quebec and Canadian champion and participant to World championships. She received an award by the Recognition club of CDTA: “Performance” (2003).
She now also teaches couples who dance as a hobby and enjoy it. Whatever it is for juniors, beginners in latin dances, advanced group class or technical workshop, Manon love to transmit her passion for dancing.
She follows up her dancers and encourages them with good advises to perform and enjoy the most beautiful sport/leisure activity in the world: ballroom dancing.