Grace Eberflus began her dance training at the age of 3, and grew up attending competitions and conventions where she received numerous accolades. Throughout her junior and senior years of high school, Grace had the opportunity to travel with Adrenaline Dance Convention and Dupree Dance Convention where she assisted several industry professionals. In May of 2022, Grace graduated with a BA in Dance and a minor in Language and Literacy from Chapman University in Orange, CA. While at Chapman, she had the pleasure of learning from Ido Tadmor, Julianne O'Brien Pedersen, Wilson Mendieta, Liz Curtis, and Will Johnston. Grace is signed with Go2Talent Agency and plans to pursue a professional dance career after graduation.
Dancing and performing have been a part of my life for as long as I can remember. I have always felt a connection to the mental, physical, and emotional aspects of dance that have made me a better artist and person over the years. Art, at the most basic level, is undoubtedly necessary to provide a sense of joy for people in a world that is filled with so much negativity. Dance is such a healing art form for both the performers and the viewers. I dance because it provides me with a safe space where I can express my emotions while helping others feel inspired. I am driven by passion and I hope to relay that passion to anyone who watches me dance.