From the tender age of two, Jazzy Farrish has been immersed in the world of dance, igniting a lifelong passion for the art form. Beginning her training at Profusion Performing Arts, she delved into various styles, mastering ballet/pointe, contemporary, jazz, hip-hop, and aerial silks. Her dedication to dance continued through her membership on her middle school's drill team and later with the Crosby Cougar Stars in high school. Throughout her journey, Jasmine's talent shone brightly, as evidenced by her participation in award-winning group dances and numerous solo victories at The Movement Xperience. Her love for dance extended beyond performing, as she gained valuable experience as a teacher's assistant and substitute at TMX. This love for teaching led her to Tyler Junior College, where she majored in Dance and further continued her skills, assisting in classes and even teaching Summer Camp courses. Notably, she showcased her versatility as a performer, portraying various roles in Tyler Junior College's production of "The Nutcracker." Jazzy also held a leadership position for Chi Tau Epsilon. Currently Jazzy is applying her skills to completing her education at the University of Houston. After obtaining her Bachelor’s of Fine Arts, Jazzy plans to begin her journey in dance with dreams of becoming a choreographer and dance teacher. Her journey stands as a testament to her unwavering passion for dance and her commitment to inspiring others through movement and creativity.