• Marjorie Williams, left, owner of TuTu Cute Dance Studio, performs alongside soloist Alyssa Parker dur-ing a class. Williams took over ownership of the stu-dio in March and has since incorporated nutrition and fitness into the existing dance classes. — Standard-Radio Post/McKenzie Wedel

Local dance studio is TuTu cute

At 27, Marjorie Williams is the official owner of a dance studio.

Williams, the new owner of TuTu Cute, has been involved in dance since age four.

“I started training in dance when I was four and eventually got my degree from the University of Texas,” Williams said.

After graduating, Williams fell in love with powerlifting and nutrition, which took her to Lincoln, Nebraska, to pursue a career in weightlifting and training. Wanting to be closer to home, Williams moved back to Fredericksburg and began teaching with the previous dance studio owner Heather Brown, in August 2016.

Brown had her fourth child and decided that it was time for Williams to take the leap and take over the studio.

 “I had it on my heart that I needed to show girls that they can absolutely love themselves and that there are proper ways to approach fitness and nutrition,” Williams said.

Williams has incorporated the same classes originally taught at the studio and has added new classes to fit with her fitness background.

Currently, the studio offers children’s dance classes (tap, ballet, jazz, lyrical and musical theatre), children’s tumbling, cheerleading, adult dance classes (ballroom, hip hop), personal training, group fitness classes and more.

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