Danielle grew up dancing competitively in Georgia and following her high school graduation moved to Southern California to be a part of a performing arts organization called The Young Americans. With the organization, she trained in dance and singing and went on tours throughout the US, Europe and Asia. While touring, Danielle received a crash course in teaching as she worked with different local children every 3 days teaching them an hour show. After a few years of touring, Danielle pursued a professional dance career in Los Angeles. Her credits include Walk The Moon's "Shut Up and Dance" music video, an episode of Nickelodeon's "The Thundermans", "Frozen - Live! At The Hyperion" in Disneyland's California Adventure Park and countless stage shows and musicals through Southern California. Throughout her dance career, she found a passion for staying healthy and in shape through varying workouts. When she discovered barre, she was hooked. She was trained by and began teaching at Enerji Barre in Orange County, California and was inspired to get certified by Barre Intensity in 2019. She thinks Barre Intensity is the perfect fusion of cardio and strength in a low impact fashion ensuring the body's ability to stay healthy for years to come.