Jenna Spinei is a performer, educator, choreographer and movement therapist, who has worked in Ireland, England and the United States. She received her early dance training from The Dexter School of Dance, Music and the Performing Arts and Studio 1 in Ann Arbor, Michigan, where she trained in jazz and ballet with TeDee A. Theofil. She received a Movement Science Bachelor of Science from the University of Michigan School of Kinesiology in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Later, she received a Master of Arts in Dance Movement Psychotherapy from Goldsmiths, University of London, England, where she graduated in 2014 as a Registered Dance Movement Psychotherapist (RDMP) by the Association for Dance Movement Psychotherapy, United Kingdom (ADMP UK).
Jenna Spinei has performed with the Dance Ensemble of Michigan (DEMI), Cornrows Dance Company, People Dancing, The Movement Artists’ Guild and AuxWerks Dance. She teaches jazz, ballet, modern, musical theatre, hip hop and creative movement. Jenna also facilitates group and individual dance movement psychotherapy, as well as movement workshops. Her mission is to empower, inform and inspire individuals and communities through dance and movement.