About Linnea

Linnea Horvath


Linnea started dancing when she was 14 years old at the Waterford School in Sandy, UT. Throughout her high school career, Linnea studied ballet, contemporary, modern, and hip hop. To continue her dance training, Linnea pursued a major in dance during her first year of college. Linnea’s passions changed her second year of college, realizing she wanted to major in Kinesiology. Summer of 2018, Linnea danced with Millennium Dance Complex in Salt Lake City, UT. Linnea still keeps dance in her life by dancing for fun. Currently, Linnea is in her third year of undergraduate studies at the University of Utah with a major in Kinesiology and a minor in Nutrition. With her studies, Linnea wants to become a strength and conditioning coach or a personal trainer in Corporate Wellness.

Linnea has been tumbling for six years and currently still tumbles. She has always tumbled non-competitively as it was an outlet away from school, soccer, and dance. Linnea loves to tumble as it is a great way to understand body mechanics and it mixes her passion for anatomy and exercise. Linnea has been teaching tumbling for three years. She started teaching by assisting her tumbling coach, Cortney Blair. Linnea has done a lot of tumbling assisting and substituting at the Dance Project in Cottonwood Heights, UT and the Dance Company in Salt Lake City, UT along with other studios as a way to get her career started. Linnea is an Acrobatic Arts certified teacher.

Education and Professional Experience:
  • Kinesiology major at the University of Utah
  • Acrobatic Arts teaching certification 2019
Career Highlight:
  • Millennium Dance Complex 2018