Sabetha Mumm has been dancing for over 30 years. She has been choreographing and teaching for over 20 years. Her training includes 6 years at the Institute of Performing Arts in Topeka, KS, 5 years at the University of Iowa and a summer program on scholarship at the Joffery Ballet School in NYC. Her major performances include the 1992 World Jazz Dance Congress, the 1996 American College Dance Festival and 14 University of Iowa galas and concerts.
After obtaining her Bachelor of Arts degree with honors as a dance major at the University of Iowa, Sabetha moved to Des Moines. Since moving here she has been a “fliteline” dancer for the Iowa Barnstormers, choreographed for the Miss Teen of America Pageant system, coached the Iowa Gymnastics Training Center’s exhibition Team, and taught and choreographed for dance studios, high school show choirs, high school pom and dance teams and fitness pageant contestants.
In 2003 she followed her heart and took the big step of opening Dance Vision the dance studio. With both a competition studio and concert dance background Sabetha loves to give all her students training to be successful at both. Sabetha’s choreography continues to be awarded by some of the top competitions and dance professionals in the world. It is her unique and energetic style of choreography and her ability to train amazing technically proficient dancers that keep her classes full! Sabetha says, “the only dreams impossible to reach are the ones that you never pursue.”