Dr. Mollie Singh
Dr. Mollie Singh

"Great dancers are not great because of their technique, they are great because of their passion." - Martha Graham

Performer, Choreographer, Director

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Dance lives in my soul.


I started performing when I was 2 1/2. I have done everything from performing to teaching and choreography.


I first started to learn dance at the age of 2. From the age of 8, I formally studied the classical Indian dance form known as Bharat Natyam for 10 years, culminating in my "graduation" ceremony, known as the Arangetrum. It is a 90-minute solo performance showcasing my ability and understanding of the dance and the culture. I created and choreographed an original dance number as part of this graduation ceremony. Through my tenure as a dancer, I performed for several museums in Los Angeles, CA as well as in Washington DC for the Smithsonian. I served as a Cultural Ambassador for the department store, JC Penny. I performed internationally in Japan in 1988, and I had the honor to perform for the President of the US in 1989. I stayed active as a performer through 1995 by dancing at various cultural events for the community and visiting dignitaries. I retired from performing in 1995.


I grew up in the "Internet age" and was interested in learning about SEO rankings. That is, I wondered how certain websites found their way to the top of the search list. I decided to create a website about my first love - dance. I used it to help me figure out how to rank higher in website searches. As I worked on this process, my website became more popular and was found by people wanting to learn how to dance. The circularity created a new side business for me - teaching dance. It brought wonderful opportunities to teach and grow. I created a performance group - Bollywood Seattle Performers and got involved in the music and dance festivals in the Seattle area. I held office in a non-profit organization that offered a free festival that served upwards of 20,000 people every year.


I started a Bollywood Performance dance troupe in Seattle, WA. I created original choreography to popular Bollywood songs. I taught, choreographed, filmed, and promoted the troupe. We would teach and perform at community festivals as well as corporate and private events in Washington and California. In September 2012, CNN Money featured my business and interviewed me as a successful small business owner. In 2014, I was featured in the Seattle Times for the fun, fusion fitness classes that we offered. My performers and I were also featured on a local TV channel in Seattle.


Most importantly, my dance company taught me how to run a successful business. I was able to combine my love for dance, teaching, project management, and business into one experience.


Dr. Mollie Singh


(818) 399-7987