TEACHERS
Ginger Lee resides in Wendell and is a wife and mother of three beautiful children. Ginger has been an owner of the Expressions of Worship studio for the past 20 years. She is also an instructor of the preschool and younger elementary age students in both ballet and tap. Ginger’s philosophy centers around developing a love for dance and Jesus, the One we dance for, during a child’s foundational years. Ginger will love, encourage, and value your child above all others.

Christy Clemmons resides in Wendell and is a wife and mother of three wild and wonderful boys. Christy is a partner in the Expressions of Worship studio and has been an instructor in ballet, jazz and tap for 20 years. Christy currently teaches the elementary age students and desires to build on their dance foundation and move them beyond in the fundamental skills and techniques of dance. Christy will also enhance her class with a focus on the purpose of dance as an expression of worship for Jesus Christ our Lord and Savior.

Edith Tew lives with her husband and 3 children in Knightdale. She is a dance enthusiast and thoroughly enjoys not only the art of dance but the opportunity it provides to worship our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. Edith has been an instructor in ballet, tap and jazz for the past 9 years. In addition to teaching at Expressions of Worship, she also leads an interpretive movement ministry at her home church. Edith instructs students through their transitional years (usually from age 10 through age 13). Edith focuses on advancing her students’ knowledge and performance by implementing more demanding technique and choreography. 

Beverly Driver resides in Wendell and is starting her 6th year as a dance teacher at Expressions of Worship. She teaches Hip-Hop, Clogging and Worship Team ranging from ages 6 to Adult. Beverly has many years of dance experience aside from Hip-Hop and Clogging which include tap, jazz, ballet and lyrical. Her love for dance was also expressed in her 17 years of coaching cheerleading. She has coached and choreographed rec leagues, middle school, high school and All-Star squads. Beverly is also a judge for the yearly ECU dance and cheer competition held in Greenville, NC. Beverly has danced under the instruction of coaches from the NCSU dance team and the UNC High Kicking Heels. All of Beverly’s Hip-Hop routines are danced to Christian music and are choreographed in ways that are pleasing to our Lord. 



 Christine Smith grew up in upstate NY taking classes at a preprofessional/competitive performing arts school. Studying Ballet, Pointe, Lyrical, Jazz, Tap, Modern, acrobatics and Musical Theater for 15 years. She began teaching at age 16 and found her passion. She has been with Expressions of Worship since 2001. She focusses on the Ballet and Pointe program for ages 12 and up but also instructs Jazz, Tap, Acrobatics and Character. She loves working in an atmosphere where she can not only follow one passion of passing the love of dance to others but to share her love of Jesus with students in class and through dance.





Casey Brantley  has always had a great passion and love for dance - from age 4.  She has studied various types of dance including, jazz, tap, ballet, pointe, lyrical, hip-hop and clogging, as well as participating on a competitive dance troupe - performing group numbers, trios, duets and solos. A highlight of her dance study included going to New York and participating in the Rockette Summer Intensive Program at Radio City Music Hall for a week.  She is currently a student at North Carolina State University and enjoying her first experience at teaching dance at Expressions of Worship. Performing has always been a great love, and now teaching others how to perform first and foremost to give glory to the Lord is a great new love!




Rosalind Wirsing grew up in London, England and knew from an early age that her life path would embrace classical ballet and animals.  Her ballet teachers were retired members of Serge Diaghilev's Ballet Russes.  Following her graduation from the Professional Program of the original Rambert School of Ballet, she was a professional classical ballet dancer in Europe, performing in the "big" ballets including Swan Lake and Coppelia, as well as in lesser known ballets.  Her teaching career began in England and continued in Europe.  In California, she received her B.A. in English Literature; and in Colorado, she received her D.V.M. degree.  Moving to North Carolina enabled Rosalind to tread her chosen life path.  In her teaching of classical ballet, she can pass on her knowledge and love of ballet and, as a veterinarian, she is able to  care for companion pets.  Teaching for Expressions of Worship brings added joy for, as her students understand, all gifts come from God and, through dance, they bear witness to His generosity and kindness.