The History of Dancers Edge

Dancers Edge was established in June of 2012 by Brandon & Sabrina Irvine, the goal of the establishment was to provide a place where dancers could grow and develop in a fun and safe environment.  In the fall of 2019, Dancers Edge was passed on to Zach & Amy Bertram who share the same vision of what Dancers Edge should be. 

Dancers Edge is committed to the safety and success of every dancer that walks through our doors. We have made it our utmost priority to create a welcoming atmosphere that can be felt in all aspects of the studio. We believe a dance studio should be a place where both dancers and parents want to spend their time. Where dancers and parents can build lasting quality relationships. As a company we are committed to and  strive to provide a  place where dancers can realize their full potential and pursue excellence both in and outside of the studio.
We believe that a dance studio should be a place where, students want to spend their time where they make lasting friendships and develop self confidence. One of my biggest hopes in opening this studio is to encourage team building and support through both our recreational and competitive dancers. 

Dancers Edge offers classes to student’s ages 2.5 + and offers a variety of class levels to meet various needs.  We currently offer: Tap, Ballet, Jazz, Hip-Hop, Lyrical, Contemporary, Modern, Musical Theater, and Pointe. Dancers Edge offers both recreational and competitive opportunities with the capacity to offer examinations through CDTA.
Our talented group of instructors bring years of experience and performance to the studio and we trust that you will be thoroughly impressed with our programming and distinguished reputation.


Amy & Zach Bertram

Studio Owners

Amy and Zach are excited to be joining the DE team this season in a new way. For the last 7 seasons, Amy has enjoyed DE through training, teaching and assisting in the office. The studio has been a second home to Amy through grande school and then as she finished her nursing degree; training and teaching genres such as jazz, ballet, pointe, lyrical, contemporary, musical theatre and hip-hop.  Now residing in Melfort SK, Amy continues to be a Registered Nurse and Zach is an Autobody Tech. The safety, enjoyment and success of Dancers Edge is a priority to the pair and they are excited to learn the ropes under the guidance of wonderful mentors this season. 

Jessica Vik

Senior Instructor

Miss Jessica is from Nipawin, SK where she trained at the Nipawin School of Dance, starting at

the age of 4 in the genres of ballet, tap, jazz, lyrical, modern, pointe, and hip-hop. Miss Jessica

has successfully completed all CDTA Jazz and Tap exams as well as all RAD Ballet

examinations up to Advanced 1; with Advanced 2 being the highest level. Miss Jessica has also

completed multiple teaching certifications. In November 2017, she completed her CDTA

Associate Jazz exam. In August 2018, she completed two Acrobatic certification courses

including Acrobatic Arts and in November 2019, she completed her CDTA Licentiate Jazz

exam. Miss Jessica recently convocated from the University of Saskatchewan in June 2020 with

a with a Bachelor of Arts and Science Four-year Health Studies degree and a Bachelor of Arts

Four-year Psychology degree and will be starting a Masters in Counselling Psychology program

in September 2020. Miss Jessica is eager to be a part of Dancer’s Edge for another year and

cannot wait to share her passion and knowledge with her students and the rest of the studio.


Bree Tallon

Senior Instructor

Miss Bree is from Nipawin where she trained at the Nipawin School of Dance in styles of ballet, tap, jazz, pointe, lyrical, modern, and hiphop. She has successfully completed all CDTA Jazz and Tap exams as well as RAD Ballet examinations including her Advanced 2. Bree is currently studying Biology at the University of Saskatchewan. Her passion for dance has led her to Dancers Edge where she is eager to share her creativity and love for the art of dance.


Drew Ilkert

Senior Instructor

Miss Drew Ikert is from Prince Albert, Saskatchewan. She started dancing at the age of four with The Performing Arts Warehouse. Throughout her years there she trained in  ballet, pointe, modern, lyrical, jazz, and hip hop. For fun she has also taken a few aerial arts hoops and silks classes! In addition, she has completed her Primary, grades one through five, Intermediate Foundations, Intermediate, and Advanced Foundations Royal Academy of Dance Ballet Exams. She also gained teaching experience while working at The Performing Arts Warehouse. Drew is currently studying at the University of Saskatchewan at the College of Law.  She loves the challenges, skills, and lessons dance has given her and is very excited to be able to share her passion with her students again this season!


Alison Forsberg

Senior Instructor

I was born and raised in Warman, Saskatchewan where I trained at the Warman Dance Studio and Eclipse Dance Training & Performing Arts in the genres of ballet, jazz, lyrical and Musical Theatre. During my years of dance, I also trained and taught with Prarie Ribbons Rhythmic Gymnastics Club which lad me to perform in Helsinki, Finland for the 2015 Works Gymnaestrda followed by claiming the title of Provincial Champions in 2016. I have choreographed and assisted a number of musicals for Warman High School and Tommy Douglas Collegiate including Pirates of Penzance, High School Musical and Newsies. I currently work full time in Warman as a Data Analyst with a future plan of pursuing post secondary to become a Recreational Therapist. I am excited to be joining Dancers Edge for Season 9 and can't wait to let my passion for dance shine through all students, parents and fellow team members to see. 


Morgan Gallant

Senior Instructor

Born and raised in Saskatchewan, Canada. Morgan danced competitively from the age of 3 training in styles such as Ballet under the CDTA Syllabus, Jazz and Tap under the ADAPT Syllabus as well as Lyrical, Contemporary, Musical Theatre and Hip Hop. She moved to Los Angeles at the age of 18 to attend AMDA (The American Musical and Dramatic Academy) where she obtained her Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree in Dance Theatre graduating with honors. Morgan mentored under So You Think You Can Dance alumni Donyelle Jones and has extensive training from Los Angeles at studios including The Edge, Millennium Dance Complex and Movement Lifestyle. She has danced in three Los Angeles based dance companies, performed in The Hollywood Musical Xanadu and performed in various videos. Her dance career has taken her all over America performing at the Magicians Agency in San Antonio Texas with Britain’s well known magician Scott Pepper. Her last venture has been performing on Holland America cruises line. I am excited to be back here in Canada and mentoring a new generation of entertainers.

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Dayle Meyers

Senior Instructor

Miss Dayle grew up in the small town of Minton SK where I started training at the Minton Dance

Club at the age of 3 in the genres of ballet, tap, jazz, hip hop, and lyrical. She moved to

Saskatoon and continued dancing with the University of Saskatchewan all throughout

her degree. Miss Dayle obtained by bachelor’s degree in Environmental Science and is currently

working in the Plant Sciences department of the University as a plant pathologist. Miss Dayle is

excited to be joining Dancers Edge for season 9 and excited to share her passion with

all the students!


Teri Neufeld

Office Assistant 

Teri is from right here in Saskatchewan.  She has spent all her life hoping from town to town and finally settled in Osler. She has been the office assistant at Dancers Edge for the last 2 seasons.  Teri has also been a dance mom with us since we opened in 2012.  She is a mom to 3 girls, the youngest of which is Miss Jenna whom many of you may know from around the studio as a Sr. dancer and a Jr. Instructor. When Teri isn't in the studio or driving Jenna to dance class she is an Educational Assistant right here in Warman.