Soulfire Studios, in collaboration with the Morgan Newburn
Foundation for the Arts, is opening its doors in Summerlin in Las Vegas August
20 from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. Soulfire Studios is a multi-disciplined,
state-of-the-art facility for dance, photography, and graphic design, offering
a diverse selection of classes including professional ballet, hip-hop, acting
and belly dance.
The grand opening event will showcase the exceptional
Soulfire Studios facility and will feature festivities such as face painting,
meeting ballerinas, story-telling and giving the first 15 girls under the age
of 7 attending the grand opening a free tutu.
Other prizes will also be awarded such as a free portrait session along
with the grand prize, one year of free tuition at Soulfire Studios.
Nadia Jaafar, studio co-owner, said, “Soulfire Studios is
especially proud of co-owner Karissa Schantol and several other staff members,
who are certified by American Ballet Theatre to teach the same curriculum used
Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis School in New York. The curriculum combines high
quality artistic training with the basics of dancer health and child
development. Soulfire Studios is the only facility in Nevada that
teaches this method of ballet exclusively.”
Soulfire Studios also offers graphic design, professional
portrait and event photography services.
Soulfire Studios proudly stands out in its commitment to helping change
negative thinking into positive thinking, helping people find joy, hope, and
faith and most of all by seeking to lift the spirits and engage the souls of
all who enter the facility.
Soulfire Studios is located at 8540
W. Lake Mead Blvd., Suite #110, on
northeast corner of Lake
Mead and Rampart boulevards.
For more information about Soulfire Studios’ grand opening,
contact Nadia Jaafar at NadiaJaafar@yahoo.com
or call 702-577-3878. For more information about Soulfire Studios, visit www.SoulfireStudios.com