Studio of MoveMINT is closed until June 1 during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Studio of MoveMINT has been Scouted for the sixth volume of The Scout Guide – Fort Worth.
Edited by Leigh Brown, The Scout Guide Fort Worth is a city guide that highlights the premier independent businesses in Fort Worth, TX, and its surrounding areas. Look for us in the next publication!
We were announced as the editor’s pick for best dance studio in Fort Worth by Fort Worth Magazine.
We love you! While the award and title is so cool and official- we didn’t need it to know that we have the best facility, the best faculty, and the best families. We already knew that in our hearts!
Meet January's Fort Worth Woman! Meg Minter is a mother, mover, and coffee lover with two beautiful children who are stuck like glue to her side. She and her husband own Fort Worth’s newest dance and fitness studio, Studio of MoveMINT which caters to every person- from youth to adult.
The dream came together by the hands and hearts of the people closest to her, “We laid the floors. We painted walls. We installed the electrical. We built the front desk,” Meg says passionately as her eyes well up with amazement. Studio of MoveMINT opened its doors August 2017 and grew from 50 students to over 350 in just one single year. “It’s a testaMINT to our customer service, our amazing dance faculty, the content we are teaching, and the space.”
What Meg loves about Fort Worth is the people: the way they back small business, embrace creativity, safe harbor the classic, and hold fast to tradition.
As a business woman, Meg impacts the Fort Worth dance world by bringing a contemporary space that provides classical information in a fun creative way to all ages. There’s a French dance term, Relevé, that means “to rise or spring onto the toes”. This is a word that describes Meg’s impact in perfect detail She has taken our local dance scene and risen the bar, bringing it to its toes and spring boarding from there.
Meg Minter is the kind of personality who has a spirit of joy and passion that is absolutely contagious. To read her full (and very inspiring) article, click the link below!