Instructors of Unleashed Dance Company

Angela Mulrooney, Director

Angela has won many competitions and competes internationally. She is currently ranked second in Canada as a Professional Female Salsa Soloist.

She loves to teach her students what will give them freedom to express themselves through the music on the social floor.

Her memorable choreographies are well known and have caught the attention of the world. Her amateur student choreography “Kizombies” is featured in a documentary on Kizomba by the BBC coming out December 29, 2017.

Let her love of life and dance inspire you to unleash your soul on the dance floor …

Erin Prosser

Erin Prosser, Teacher

“To Live is to Dance”

Erin’s love of dance started early with Ballet, Jazz, and Tap. She pursed ballet for a number of years and then later studied movement with a theatre company. She was reunited with her love of dance when she was introduced to Flamenco for a part in a play and started social dancing. She has performed for two years with UDC’s Cha-Cha Crew and for one year with a Salsa group. She loves working with beginners and her sense of humor keeps classes light and enjoyable!

Laura DiStefano

Laura DiStefano, Teacher

Laura first caught the dancing bug at 5 years old and has trained in many different styles including ballet, tap, jazz, hip hop and contemporary. She obtained a Minor in Dance from U of C and pursued a dance career for several years. She performed with many independent choreographers around Calgary and was a member of En Corps Dance Collective (Jazz) and New Dance Theater (Contemporary). In 1996 she opened The Pilates Studio: Body & Mind Works and in 2001 decided to stop dancing to focus her energy on her business. But the dancing bug bit again in 2006 when she was introduced to Latin dancing. She started training with numerous companies around the city and performing on their dance teams. In 2017 she decided to close her Pilates Studio and delve back into her first love: dance! She brings her sense of humour and extensive knowledge of the human body from her years of teaching Pilates, to her teaching of salsa. She looks forward to continuing her voyage in Latin dance with you!