Meet Sybil

About Sybil

Dancing since the age of 5, Sybil's first love was tap. Taking classes and competing with top level recognition in tap, ballet and jazz throughout childhood; she knew dance was a passion. Her competition success brought her by invite across Russia (Leningrad, Minsk, Moscow ) and Denmark (Tivoli Gardens, Copenhagen).

Her professional credits include 2 seasons as a NFL Cheerleader for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers which involved promotional work and community events. While pursuing & completing her degree in psychology at State University of New York (SUNY) Old Westbury she continued dance by adding to her professional credits dancing with the Knicks City Dancers summer dance events, coaching high school cheerleading and performing with the Fred Astaire Dance Troupe on Long Island, NY.

Moving to Florida and starting a family has shifted Sybil's dance career to instruction/dance therapy. The curriculum Sybil developed from her education, dance expertise & life experience offers a creative and therapetic approach that teaches skills to last a lifetime. DTWS is currently offered in studio and public & private schools, virtual and also at your location site for team building experiences.

Dance Therapy with Sybil, Inc. is a patch partner with Girl Scouts of West Central Florida & community partner with numerous organizations. Sybil & her students students perform for various charity events around the Tampa Bay Area including Wounded Warriors Benefit, Hillsborough County Anti-Drug Alliance, Drug Free America Foundation, Drug Enforcement Administration, Central Florida Behavioral Health Network, & American Lung Association.

Sybil also stays active with the Tampa Bay Buccaneer Cheerleader Alumni & NFL Alumni through performances and community events.

Sybil is an official Tedx speaker sharing her speech "Dancing through the Darkness with Pivots to your Purpose" with inspiration, motivation & movement.

"To Me dancing is a beautiful way of expressing your thoughts, emotions and feelings through movement of our body...There is never any judgement on my dance floor...and it will forever be a part of my journey we call life."