Duncan, Sandi

Sandi Duncan is a dance educator, choreographer, mentor and personal development coach with a career spanning over 40 years in the New England area. She owned, directed and taught at Dance Productions in Woburn, Massachusetts for 9 years, before becoming a senior faculty member at the Melissa Hoffman Dance Center in Hudson, New Hampshire. Throughout her career, Sandi has had the opportunity to teach, choreograph, and adjudicate for numerous dance organizations across the United States and Canada. Her choreography credits include notable projects such as The Revolve Tour for Grammy-nominated recording artist Britt Nicole, Subtle Intuition Dance Ensemble, The Brightleaf Music Workshop at Duke University, and The Next Stage Music Workshop of Durham, North Carolina. Sandi has taught on the dance convention and summer intensive circuit. She has been a faculty member at Dance Masters of America, Generation IV, Inception, Rhee Gold’s Dance Life and SOUL conferences, as well as many respected studios in the US. In addition to her contributions to the dance community, Sandi’s passion for writing has grown during her time as a monthly columnist for Dance Studio Life Magazine. This passion has led her to embark on an exciting, creative project, the children’s book series, “Little Gladys Tutu” and “Mimi D”.
Sandi has always been dedicated to personal development coaching, mentoring, and encouraging dancers, teachers, studio owners, and dance parents. Drawing from her vast experiences, stories, and tools, she is committed to sharing her knowledge and insights with others as they navigate their own personal dance journeys.