Chris Lamoreaux was born with a love for dance. She started her ballet training at the age of 3, and at that tender young age became hooked. Her training includes such greats as Joe Tremaine, Doug Caldwell, Mia Michaels and Wade Robson. She has extensive knowledge in all dance genres with an emphasis in ballet, tap and jazz. Her one claim to fame was being cast as a dancer in the movie “Footloose” starring Kevin Bacon. She owned Lamoreaux Dance Co. in Draper, Utah from 1982 – 1988, and moved to Boise, Idaho in 1988. While in Boise, she was very active in the dance community. She coached the Borah and Boise High School Drill Teams. She was the owner/operator of Dance Arts Academy from 1997-2001. Chris belonged to the Boise Dance Teachers Assoc. (BDTA), and Idaho Dance Arts Alliance (IDAA) from 1988-2003. She held the offices of Secretary, Vice President and President of both organizations during that period. Chris was appointed Director of Dance at the College of Southern Idaho (CSI) for the summer intensive workshops sponsored by IDAA from 1999-2003. She has been judging for 30+ years and has judged in the states of Utah, Idaho, Nevada, Montana, Wyoming and Minnesota. She is a certified judge for UHSAA in drill 2007-present. She judges studio competitions in the Spring locally and nationally. Chris is currently teaching in the Rec program at Synergy and absolutely loves her students!
Chris is the proud mother of two children and 5 grandchildren and believes that they are her greatest accomplishment in life.