Bonnie Morris, Office Assistant

Bonnie started dancing at Out of His Mind Dance at the age of four, always taking as many classes as the studio offered!  As a student, she studied several styles of dance and was a member of the Repertoire company and the junior teaching staff.  Once she graduated from high school, Bonnie started teaching at the studio while earning her college degree.  She married her awesome husband, Mike, and continued working at the studio while growing their family.  After having two children, she shifted from an instructor to an administrative position at the studio to allow her to spend more time raising her boys.  She enjoys being a stay-at-home mom and all things involving paperwork and organization!

Meet our instructors

Connie Cameron, Instructor

​Connie has been teaching and choreographing for over 25 years.  She has been practicing dance for 35 years, at both the recreational and college level.  She began her dance career as a child, taking recreational dance in Johnstown, PA.  Since then, she has had the opportunity to dance in Ann Arbor, MI; Cleveland, OH; and New York  City, NY.  She is particularly interested in making dance enjoyable and creative, mixing it in eclectic, emotionally-moving music.  She is a proven leader and role model for children, and believes that dance encourages self-confidence and motivation.

Logan Bethmann, Instructor

​​Logan started dancing at Out of His Mind at the age of four and continued until graduating high school. While earning her college degree, she also became a certified personal trainer with a focus on strength and conditioning. She also holds certifications in life and health coaching. Logan is currently a Personal Trainer at MorGainz Fitness. For Logan, training encompasses both of her joys: fitness and helping others.

Michelle Ed, Owner and Instructor

​Michelle is the owner and artistic director of Out of His Mind Dance.  She began her training at an early age in the small town of Grove City, PA.  Through the tutelage of Dotty McGill, whose love of dance was infectious, Michelle's appreciation and love of dance became an important part of her life.  This led her to Pittsburgh where she took college courses at Point Part University, eventually taking her to teach dance in Chicago.  She has studied with many well-known dancers, including the father of American jazz dance, Gus Giordano, for whom she later taught.  She shared her love of dance at the College of Art in Philadelphia before moving to Johnstown. 

Michelle is passionate about creating a safe and fun environment for children of all ages.  She strives to share her love of dance with generations of people, young and old, and keep the dance alive!

Nelle Kearney, Instructor

​Nelle has been a student of dance for almost thirty years.  During this time, she has had the privilege to study under and perform with many amazing artists in professional and student-choreographed works.  She has performed with Six Meters Movement Improvisation Ensemble (directed by Susan Creitz), Ririe-Woodbury Dance Company (Crucible, 2009), and Out of His Mind Dance Repertoire.  Nelle received her degree in both dance and theatre from Muhlenberg College.  She has been teaching dance and theatre-based creative movement classes across Pennsylvania for nearly a decade.  In addition to teaching at Out of His Mind Dance, Nelle has worked locally with school districts in their Fine Arts programs, including choreography with the Forest Hills Marching Band, and working with Richland and Westmont Hilltop's theatre programs.

​junior STAFF program

Our junior staff program exists to develop the leadership and mentoring skills in our dancers.  Junior teachers and demonstrators assist our qualified teaching staff in the classroom with our younger and larger classes to help provide more one-on-one and guided instruction for our developing dancers.  These teenaged dancers act as inspiration through physical demonstration and modeling proper classroom behavior and etiquette.

To learn more about joining our junior staff program, please contact the studio for more details.

Meghan Gibbons, Instructor

Meghan's dance journey began at age 3, with a primary focus on the grace of ballet and the rhythmic artistry of tap dancing.  Hailing from Voorhees, NJ, she honed her skill at Lowe Dance Studio, where her passion for dance grew.  For 6 years, she was part of the competitive dance team, showcasing her talents in duos, group numbers, and dazzling productions and consistently earning high accolades.  Her dedication extended to the Voorhees Ballet Theater, where she performed in both winter and spring productions, including a seven-year run in "The Nutcracker."  She was fortunate enough to be accepted into and attend Radio City Rockette Summer Intensive program for three consecutive summers, and also attended numerous local ballet summer intensives.  Now in her adult life, she is rediscovering the joy of dance and eagerly embracing new opportunities.  As an instructor, she finds great passion in guiding young dancers, instilling not only the joy of movement but also the importance of solid technique from the very beginning.  She is thrilled to be back in the dance world and to be teaching at OOHM.  

developing young leaders through movement and artistry