Alison studied dance at the Academy of Grace Princess Classic Ballet in Monaco and continued her education at the “Art Danse International” where she obtained her E.A.T. in Ballet Dance, contemporary Dance and Jazz, then put her thorough education to use and became a dance professor at the C.E.S.M.D of Toulouse France.
At the same time she performed with the young ballet of Christine Urbano under the choreography of Frédéric Jolivet, and Ray Morvan.
Starting as a simple dancer her talent and passion propelled her to steadily climb the ladder to become assistant and finally team captain of “The Diamond Girls “, later known as “Les Délicieuses “
A multi-talent in various forms of dance as well as a teacher, she shares her passion for dance way beyond the boundaries of the stage.
For Allison dance is a universal language where we can communicate and express our emotions through the movement of the body. In this spirit she works with children with cancer in an attempt to create life force and joy in the midst of challenges. Dance for her is a language that transcends cultures, religion and handicaps, allowing us to come together and see beyond our differences.
It is this passion and deep involvement that shines through her performances and leaves the audience touched and inspired.