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Owner/Artistic Director

Victoria has trained in a variety of styles of dance including ballet, pointe, jazz, hip hop, tap, lyrical and musical theater for over 15 years. Her training in the performing arts began around the age of five and continued through high school and college. During that time she competed at the national level in both dance and cheerleading and had the opportunity to teach throughout the valley. She has performed in The Nutcracker Ballet as Clara, The Sugarplum Fairy and Snow Queen. Victoria has also played roles in Anything Goes (Chastity), West Side Story (Juanita/Shark Girl), and the ballet Les Sylphides. In 2015 Victoria choreographed the Temecula Valley Players production of "A Christmas Carol" and received an Inland Theater League nomination for her choreography. Victoria received her Associates degree in Business Administration from MSJC in 2016 and continues her education in Dance, Child Education and Business Administration. She has been with The Dancers’ Studio for over since 2004 and is honored to bring the world of performing arts to the Hemet and San Jacinto Valley. 

"It is such a blessing to share my passion for the arts and it has been my dream come true to not only continue working with the families I love but to also welcome new families to The Dancers' Studio legacy. I enjoy watching our students find their love for the performing arts and learn the descipline they may carry into their lives whether they pursue a career as a performer or a professional in another field. I am proud that we are a studio that provides the youth in our community with a safe place to learn, grow, set goals, and explore their talents."  - Victoria Jauregui

Victoria Jauregui

Assistant director

Anne started her dance training in her hometown of Vernon, Connecticut.  Since age 4, Anne trained in multiple styles including Tap, Jazz, Ballet, Hip Hop, Pom, and Lyrical.  At an early age, it was clear that Anne was strongest in Tap.  Anne competed Tap solos, as well as Jazz/Pom group routines, at regional competitions throughout New England and in Florida.  After high school, she went on to pursue her B.A. in Writing, Literature, and Publishing (2014) at Emerson College, Boston.  For eight semesters, Anne was involved in a Tap/Hip Hop company called Emerson Urban Dance Theatre (EUDT).  She immediately took on leadership roles within the company including Asst. Tap Director, Tap Director, and Artistic Director.  During her time with EUDT, she was able to choreograph a multitude of Tap pieces and oversee the production of a showcase each semester, from start to finish.  Additionally, Anne was selected to choreograph two Pom routines for Emerson Dance Company (EDC).  Immediately after completing her Bachelors, Anne combined her love of helping others and passion for dance by pursuing her M.A. in Mental Health Counseling and Dance Therapy at Lesley University (2016).  In Spring 2016, Anne applied and was selected as a choreographer for OnStage Dance Company’s first ever Residency program, where she and two other dancers worked to advance their Tap technique and story-telling skills.  Anne also returned to Emerson often to provide guest classes for EUDT members.  For the past two years, Anne developed her career as a therapist while also teaching Tap to recreational students, both kids and adults, at her hometown’s parks and recreation program.  Anne has a passion to help each student grow to their fullest potential and show them variety in Tap dancing.  She is looking forward to connecting with new students here in Southern California.

Anne Whitehead


Cheri has been teaching dance, voice, and theater in Hemet for over ten years, and has provided training and choreography for performances in a variety of styles of dance and theater. Cheri has received dance and voice training throughout the Inland Empire, Los Angeles, and New York City, from many schools including the prestigious American Ballet Theater, Broadway Dance Center, The Joffrey Ballet, and Steps on Broadway. She has also had the opportunity to study jazz technique from the “King of Jazz,” Luigi. Cheri is a graduate of the Bob Cole Conservatory of Music, at CSU Long Beach, where she obtained her Bachelor of Music degree in Vocal Performance. Cheri’s performance credits include: Cathy in The Last 5 Years, Lucy in Jekyll and Hyde (ITL Founder’s Award), Marian in The Music Man (ITL) Tzeitl in Fiddler on the Roof, Maggie in A Chorus Line (ITL), Fastrada in Pippin, Tuptim and Topsy in The King and I, Clara and the Sugar Plum Fairy in The Nutcracker, the Queen in Cinderella, and Little Red Riding Hood in Into the Woods. Her credits for choreography include: Anything Goes, Evita (ITL), Thoroughly Modern Millie (ITL), Beauty and the Beast (ITL), Cats, The King & I, Hairspray, The Nutcracker, Sleeping Beauty, and Cinderella. Cheri placed 1st runner up at the Miss CA Pageant for the Miss America Scholarship Organization in 2007, and preliminary talent, evening gown, and swimsuit winner. Cheri enjoys passing on her dance and musical knowledge, and believes in the philosophy that every performer can constantly improve and continue to grow with every day and every experience. Cheri is extremely proud of her students, and enjoys helping them develop and reach their goals.


Cheri Kehler

Jordan Harris

Jordan has been dancing since the age of two. She trained in jazz, tap, ballet, hip hop, contemporary, lyrical and musical theater throughout her life. She trained and competed at a studio in Garden Grove, CA up until the age of 14 when she was accepted into the prestigious Commercial Dance program at the Orange County School of the Arts. Not only was this school known for its’ arts programs , but also was held to a very high academic standard. She then moved on to a more intense and competitive studio in Rancho Santa Margarita, CA where she danced the rest of her competitive career. After graduating from OCSA she began training with a dance company entitled The Concrete Dance Initiative where she took part in a variety of concept videos and performances. She then realized her dream of teaching and choreographing and started that phase of her life at the age of 19. She taught at many locations throughout Orange County including summer intensives for Southland Ballet Academy, choreographing solos for the Youth American Grand prix, and being a guest choreographer at the Wilson Dance Senior show. This is her first year as part of the TDS family and she is so excited to be here and train with our kids.


Isaac Hernandez was born and raised in Riverside, California. He was 15 years old when he began training at Riverside Ballet Arts under the direction of Glenda Carhart who worked with legends like Rudolph Nureyev and Mikhail Baryshnikov. He primarily trained in classical ballet, contemporary, and jazz for three years before his hip injury. Due to his injury, he branched to different styles such as Hip Hop and Jazz Funk. In, 2013 he began teaching at Studio 9 Dance Company. Soon after, he choreographed and trained a team of 45 students who competed at Countdown, World of Dance, and Urban Street Jam competitions. As Isaac started to expand himself in the Inland Empire, he taught at multiple studios such as: Adage Dance Center, Dellos Dance Connection, Artistic Dance Academy, The Rage Entertainment Complex, Prestige Dance Company, and many more. After all the opportunities he has gotten as an instructor, he realized that his injury was merely a blessing in disguise. Isaac then decided to take this art that he passionately loved into a career. In 2016, he started to seriously train in LA. That same year Isaac was signed to MSA LA as a professional dancer and did jobs like Ricky Martin Las Vegas Residency show, America’s Got Talent, AT&T commercial, M.A.C Tour “Shiny Pretty Things, Mario World Universal Commercial, several music videos and much more. Isaac continues to share, practice, and pursue his dreams being a professional dancer, mentor, and choreographer.


Isaac Hernandez

Hannah Jacks


Willow Timrie Boe began dancing at 18 months old. She has studied dance in Long Beach, Hemet, Temecula, and Murrieta.  Willow has an extensive background in many types of dance: ballet, pointe, hip- hop, jazz, lyrical, ballroom, Bollywood, contemporary, flamenco dancing, and specializes in tap.  Willow has placed nationally in her tap solos at Hollywood Vibe, K.A.R., Spotlight, and other competitions, and still is a competitive tap soloist.  She has starred in lead pointe roles of “The Nutcracker,” under the direction of Cheri Kehler.  Willow has been in the dance corps of countless musicals under the direction of Stacey Bailey, such as “The King & I,” “Hairspray,” “The Wiz,” and “Mary Poppins.” Willow’s tap experience has been under the direction of Cheri Kehler and Kathy Dixon.  She was the Dance Leader of West Valley Dance Team; this position was in charge of choreography.  She was Dance Captain for the production of “Mary Poppins,” and choreographed dance routines in the show.  Also, Willow overcame knee surgery in 2014, and it has not stopped her from doing what she loves.  Willow enjoys making people smile through the art of dancing, whether it be watching, teaching, or performing.  She teaches her students to entertain their audience, even if the audience is only one.  Willow shows her students the beauty and power in the art of dance, as well as the history that goes along with it.  She strengthens her students with warm-ups, technique, and routines.  Her students teach her how to take life not so seriously, and to be patient.  Willow teaches in Riverside and Corona.  She has won the Best Choreography Award at Spotlight in 2018, along with many other judges awards.  Currently, Willow is attending California Baptist University, and aspires to become a higher-level mathematics teacher.  This is her first year teaching at The Dancers’ Studio, and is thankful of this studio’s welcome, and open arms.  Special thanks to Ms. Victoria, as well as the supporting staff, and families.

Willow Boe

Alecks Henderson

David Waisman



Abby Del Valle

Elizabeth Ollerton

Elizabeth has been dancing for over sixteen years, starting when she was three years old. She has trained in styles including classical ballet, jazz, tap, contemporary, and musical theater. She has trained at The Dancers’ Studio, the Academy of Ballet Arts, and Joffrey Ballet Summer Intensives in San Francisco and New York, where she received a scholarship each time. She has also choreographed for the West Valley Dance Team while serving as the dance captain in high school. She also has done a variety of shows (musical and dance) including Beauty and the Beast with Theatre Royale Company as ensemble, The Nutcracker for over ten years playing the roles of Sugar Plum Fairy, Dewdrop Fairy, and Clara, Anything Goes as Reno Sweeney, and You’re A Good Man Charlie Brown as Sally. In addition to shows, Elizabeth danced competitively with ballet, jazz, and contemporary for over five years. Elizabeth is currently pursuing her bachelors degree in Psychology at Cal State Fullerton. She is very excited to begin working with the students at the Dancers’ Studio where she once trained as a young dancer herself! She believes in helping each student to find the best learning method for them to unlock their full potential.

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