"Teaching is about inspiring, mentoring, and allowing young artists to discover their passion for the arts and their unique voice through dance."

When asked what she wanted to be when she was older, Arielle's response was always: "I want to be a jazz dance teacher". She began dancing at two years old, and one of her first childhood memories is choreographing a solo for her school talent show in kindergarten. Her natural talent for creating continued to blossom throughout her childhood and translated into her love for performing.

Her early experience with the professional dance industry at just 10 years old propelled her love for choreography and directing. While studying commercial dance at the Orange County School of the Arts, she was allowed to fine-tune her creation process and had her choreography featured in several shows. After graduating, Arielle began a professional career as a choreographer and dancer. Since then she has choreographed for USC student films, Chapman student films, and several musical artists. She also directs and produces her own concept videos in partnership with her digital agency, The 951 Creative.

Arielle officially began teaching at 16 years old. In her junior year of high school, she developed a program called Dance Science Integration with the help of the Dragon Kim Foundation's Fellowship. That summer she helped 30 low-income elementary school students understand the art of dance and the science behind it.

Still actively training herself, Arielle passes on current techniques, styles, and lessons to help her dancers reach their goals. Her versatile training background from LA and NYC provides students with a unique approach to learning about artistry. Due to her science background in physics and health science, her teaching curriculum focuses heavily on injury prevention.

Currently, she is on faculty at Dancecapade (Walnut, CA) and Next Big Thing Academy (Anaheim, CA) and travels nationwide for choreography and teaching.