Ms. Jaime Lynn Wysocki started dancing at age two. At age five, she performed her first of many featured solo routines, which continued through elementary and high school. As a freshman at Lawrence High School, Jaime introduced tap dancing as part of the annual Sports Night Gala, a tradition which continues to this day. As a freshman at Molloy College, Jaime became the youngest choreographer and director of the Molloy Kickline Team in the college's history.
Jaime graduated Molloy with a B.Ed., decided against pursuing academic teaching, and founded her first dance instruction studio in the summer of 2001. twelve years later Dance Express is a well known Long Island success story. Students come from Manhattan to Bayshore, and all points in between, to study with Jaime and her excellent staff.
Jaime teaches introduction to dance, tap, jazz and hip hop at Dance Express as well overseeing all studio operations. She's performed with the Radio City Rockettes, Half Time at Nassau Coliseum for the New York Dragons, and Madison Square Garden for the New York Knicks, She's studied with world renowned choreographers Brian Freedman, Marty Kudelco, Wade Robson, Darren Henson, Brain "Footwork" Green, Debbie Dee and her mentor, the wonderful Frank Hatchet.