Amy Jordan’s training and career spans three decades of study and performances in New York, Los Angeles and Miami. She has studied classical ballet, jazz, modern dance and hip-hop with acclaimed choreographers Michael Peters, Michael Rooney, Joe Lanteri and many others.


In May 2014, The Victory Dance Project premiered with a sold-out performance at The Alvin Ailey Center for Dance.  The opening performance featured a world premiere of the full-length contemporary ballet, Human Revolution, choreographed by Amy Jordan.

Amy credits her passion and training as a dancer for literally saving her life on more than one occasion. Diagnosed with juvenile diabetes at age four, she turned to dance as a source of inspiration and discipline to better manage her diabetes.

Ms. Jordan morphed her dance background to found the nationally awarded SWEET ENUFF Movement, a diabetes and obesity prevention program for youth.  The programs included dance fitness classes, groups for kids and parents, and nutritional guidance. In 2013, Sweet Enuff was a top five national finalist for First Lady Michelle Obama’s “End Childhood Obesity Challenge.” 
In 2009 Amy was run over by a bus in New York City.
Told she might never walk again, Amy used her discipline and dance training to propel her recovery.  She credits her discipline as a dancer for her 'miraculous' rehabilitation.
Amy Jordan founded The Victory Dance Project on a mission 'To Make the Impossible Possible with the Power of Movement.'
Today, Amy strives to inspire and motivate others struggling with chronic illness, trauma, post-rehabilitation adjustment and personal struggles of any kind.
In addition to her choreography, Amy Jordan is a trained coach and fitness trainer. She is also an in-demand motivational speaker.

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