Summer 2018

Camano Dance Academy, Camano Island (WA) Summer Dance Camps 

Whidbey Island Dance Theatre, Langley (WA)  Summer Intensive

Praising for my teaching:

“Thanks again for an amazing week you did a wonderful job sharing your love ❤️ for dance with our dancers and the information you shared with them was right on. They really enjoyed your classes, I would love to have you back.” ~ Charlene Brown, co-owner of Island Dance and Artistic Director of WIDT

“My daughter has always had a passion for ballet, ever since she was 3, she’s 10 now. So moving from a big city to a small island, we knew it would be a challenge to find a school so our daughter could continue dancing. When we first met Emily, we knew right off this would be a great fit. She’s patient and kind, and most of all she’s passionate about what she does. Thanks to Emily’s dedication and determination, my daughter feels more confident of who she is when she dances.” ~ Stephanie

Fall 2018

Artist director and ballet teacher at Dance Workshop 2, Friday Harbor (WA)

Article in San Juan Journal, click here to read


Artistic director of The Ballet and Movement School with Emily Anton (TBAMS)

Check out our website: The Balllet an Movement School 



Praise for my one-on-one sessions:

“After injuring myself in a fall and while still in a great deal of pain from a badly sprained foot and lower leg, I sought out Emily and her healing touch and energy.  Without her help I’m sure now, one month later, I would still be unable to walk without crutches.  The traditional medical approach would have probably been to schedule me for surgery.  It is hard for me to express my gratitude to Emily in just a few words.  Emily, you are a gifted healer.  May God bless you!” ~Carole, accountant

“An attentive and attuned practitioner, Emily worked on my neck and shoulder area and not only decreased my pain level in an area of chronic injury, she almost immediately increased my range of motion! From one dancer to another, she has a wonderful understanding of maintenance, longevity and safe practices and is generous with each client, providing them with a personal assessment and customized care. She is wonderful!” ~Kimberly, dancer

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