Morgan Loomis has been dancing since the age of three. Dance has always been a passion and love of hers. Morgan has been trained in all genres of dance including Ballet, Modern, Tap, Hip Hop, Jazz, Contemporary and Lyrical. She began her training at a local dance studio where she competed in dance competitions throughout the state of California. Throughout high school Morgan continued performing and competing in dance as well as being a cheerleader on her high school cheer team. She choreographed many dance and cheer routines as well as compiled the mixes for music.
Morgan attended Modesto Junior College where she studied dance under the expertise of Kim T. Davis, Lori Bryhni and Colleen Patterson. During this time, Morgan performed in multiple dance concerts as well as received the honor to attend and perform, twice, at ACDA at Long Beach State University and in the Gala performance in Arizona.
In 2016, Morgan transferred to California State University Long Beach to continue her dance education. She graduated from CSULB with a Bachelor's Degree in dance in 2018. During this time, Morgan was privileged to study dance under the tutelage of Andy Vaca, Keith Johnson, Summer Brown, Rebecca Lemme, Rebecca Bryant, Lorin and Lisa Johnson, Alicia Head, and Teresa Jankovic. While at CSULB, Morgan performed in many dance concerts showcasing all genres of dance.
While in Long Beach, Morgan attended outside dance intensives where she finessed her dancing skills. She trained with the Limon Dance Company as well as took ProDance classes.
Morgan is currently the head cheer coach for Modesto Junior College. She is responsible for choreographing all cheer routines, sideline cheers and dances. She works with the team to develop core, upper and lower body strength for maximizing correct stunting techniques.
Along with her passion for dance, Morgan loves her family: her fiance Davis, her son Leighton and her dog Axel.