Christine Peace

Christine grew up in Southern California with a love for the ocean and it’s many activities.  In her teen years, she fell in love with dance.  After spending years training in ballet, modern, jazz, and hip hop, Christine graduated from California State University Long Beach with a Bachelor’s of Arts in Dance. She studied many years of Pilates with Karen Clippinger and was awarded a scholarship to become certified in Pilates through Body Arts and Science International with a specialization in dance.  She truly believes the practice of Pilates was key in her growth as a dancer and an aerialist.

After graduating college, Christine took her first aerial class, quickly discovering a new passion.  After training for several years at Hollywood Aerial Arts, she began performing professionally throughout the country. Christine has starred on television, in music videos and live awards shows, and in Debbie Allen’s “Hot Chocolate Nutcracker.” She was accepted into Cavalia and also played a main role in one of the biggest theme parks in California and all of the world.  She teaches dance and aerial in Southern California, while continuing to perform aerial on silks, hammock, lyra, and cube.

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