Heather Hataley


  • Music Together®
  • Acrobatic Arts Certified
  • SPRA Older Adult Fitness
  • Saskatchewan Parks and Recreation Association Fitness Theory and Group Fitness
  • Jessie Mundell- Postnatal Fitness Specialist
  • Royal Academy of Dance Advanced II Ballet Examination Certificate
  • Canadian Dance Teachers’ Association Advanced Tap Examination Certificate (High Honours)
  • Royal Conservatory of Music Grade 10 Piano (First Class Honours)
  • Royal Conservatory of Music Grade 8 Flute (First Class Honours)
  • First Aid and CPR
  • Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in English with a Minor in History – University of Saskatchewan

Performance and Training Highlights

  • Experience choreographing with Persephone Theatre, Cornerstone Theatre, Saskatoon Summer Players
  • Performer at WE Day Saskatoon
  • Company member and guest choreographer for Abiding Lines Dance Company
  • Performed as Beth in Little Women and as Lucy in You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown with Saskatoon Summer Players
  • 7 years experience teaching dance (La Danse School of Dance Arts, Davidson Dance Club)
  • 11 years singing with the Saskatoon Children’s Choir, including 6 years of touring to Hong Kong, China, Austria, Czech Republic, and across Canada
  • Self-published first novel

Heather’s 3 Favorite Things:

  1. Dance and music!
  2. Reading old books
  3. Travelling with friends and family

What inspired me to teach?

I wanted to be able to find a way to keep moving and dancing even after finishing training at the dance studio. Becoming a fitness and music instructor was a way I could keep in touch with those passions.

Why do I teach?

I teach because it allows me to stay in shape and continue doing what I love. It also feels amazing to see how what we teach creates a positive impact on someone else’s life.

What do I teach?

I teach Music Together®, Move with Me, Work Out with Me, and Dance Fitness, although you can sometimes see me subbing other classes at the studio.

Fun Fact

I hate oranges and I feel awkward every time someone finds out because that’s apparently a weird thing to hate.