Bayleigh Alexander is currently a student at Texas State University where she received a full scholarship to pursue a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Dance Performance and Choreography. Bayleigh has been a part of the Müv family since the studio first opened for the past six years and has loved every second of it. She started as a charter member of the Müvment in the 7th grade and then went on to be a part of Küpe and Müv Crü as well.
Bayleigh has been dancing for the past 14 years. She has been a company member at local studios such as Tinka’s Dance Studio and Cedar Park Dance Company, as well as Müv Dance & Fitness and is trained in styles such as Ballet, Jazz, Contemporary, Modern, Hip Hop, Tap, Clogging, Lyrical, Kick, Pom, and Acro. Bayleigh has always had the biggest passion for dance ever since she was a little girl and can’t wait for it to be a part of her career and life long journey!
Bayleigh was introduced to competitive dance at the age of six where she quickly began earning many scholarships, awards, and titles. She was a scholarship recipient winner from competitions and conventions such as VIP, Revolution, Starbound, Tremaine, Starpower, Co.Dance, Talent on Parade, Velocity, Ash, Encore, LA dance magic, NYCDA, AMDA, Leander Winter Dance Classic, Vista Ridge Dance Classic, Westwood Dance Classic, Transcend, Crowd Pleasers, Hall of Fame, Theater Arts Preparatory School, and many more. Bayleigh has had the opportunity to be a part of many performance experiences with organizations such as Austin Youth Dance Festival, Dance to Breathe, Austin Spurs Pregame and Halftime, San Antonio Spurs, and Matters of the Heart. She has also spent many years and numerous hours assisting with teams like Kilgore College Rangerettes, Round Rock ISD, Leander ISD, and Gateway College Preparatory School. She also has had the opportunity to travel to Los Angeles and New York to further her dance training! Bayleigh had a great passion for the drill team during her time in high school. She joined the Round Rock Dragonettes her sophomore year and went on to be a dance officer both her junior and senior years as well as a member of Legacy, a select group, all three years. Throughout her time as a Dragonette, she choreographed many routines for football games, pep rally’s, drill team competitions, and spring shows. Bayleigh is so thankful to have been a part of the Müv family since day one and is excited to continue on as a Müv Faculty Member. She can’t wait to pursue her dream of teaching and choreography alongside the best faculty!