Our staff consists of fully accredited instructors, all of whom have years of experience in various styles of dance and training, both group and personal. We will pair our students with instructor's whose style and personality best suit them and their dancing goals.


Proudly Celebrating "18" years in business.  

Janice Godwin is the founder and artistic director, of Janice’s Fabulous Feet Dance Studio, Inc in Dunn, North Carolina.

She has been teaching dance for more than 25 years throughout eastern North Carolina, and is excited to be celebrating "18" years in business.  She is very active in the local community as well as judging dance competitions, beauty pageants, casting for shows and coaching students who have appeared on ABC, CBS, and HBO.  Janice’s studio and dancers were featured on Smart Start Kids in 2008, and is still on running today.  Janice also appeared on the Red Carpet with her son Carter for his role of Young John Adams in the HBO Mini Series, John Adams, produced by Tom Hanks.

 For over 10 years, Janice taught classes at the North Carolina Dance Institute in Raleigh.  She has trained with teachers Jerry Rose, Scott Benson, Kirstie Spadie, Dena Rizzo, Genn Medler and the Rockettes from Radio City Hall.

 Her students have worked in commercials for Old Navy, Barbie, Mattel Toy Company, American Girl, Build A Bear, ACC and IBM. “ There is nothing better than watching your students reach their goals through the work of dance and good training,” said Janice.

 Janice has taught more than a thousand students. She strives to help them achieve their fullest passion in dance, acting, modeling and theater arts.  She wants students to leave feeling good and inspired to go out and make a difference in the world.  “Our dance methodology teaches self esteem, discipline, and the strength for young dancers to reach their highest potential in their everyday life. You leave with an accomplishment that you have made a difference in your life!”

Paulina Bracone is from Florida, where she started dancing when she was two years old. When she was eight years old, she moved to North Carolina with her family and studied under Kirstie Tice, at The North Carolina Dance Institute. At the age of thirteen, Paulina auditioned and got accepted into the 8th grade and high school ballet program at The University of the North Carolina School of the Arts, in Winston-Salem. While she was there she studied with teachers such as Fanchon Cordell, Frank Smith, Christine Spizzo, Melissa Hayden, Dayna Fox, and Susan McCullough. She performed as “Clara” in the annual Nutcracker at the Steven Center in 2004,2005. In the middle of her junior year, she decided to switch over to the contemporary program, where she studied with Brenda Daniels, Sean Sullivan, Trish Casey, and Dianne Markham. She graduated from UNCSA in 2007 with a high school diploma in Contemporary Dance. She spent Summers at UNCSA, Boston Ballet, and American Ballet Theatre in New York.

 After high school, Paulina went to study ballet and modern dance at The State University of New York at Purchase. While she was there she performed in Balachine’s Four Temperaments and as “The Dew Drop Fairy” in the annual Nutcracker. She studied with Nelly van Bommel, Larry Clark, Richard Cook, Ted Kivitt, Rosanna Seravalli, Bettijane Sills, Stefphanie Tooman, and Megan Williams.

 Only alter about a year and a half, Paulina decided to make the big move to Los Angeles, California and try to make a career. There she took classes at The EDGE with Denise Leitner, Terri Best, and Edouard Kouzmitch. She  worked at Univerisal Studios Hollywood as Dora the Explorer and also was an extra in the movie “The Runaways” with Dakota Fanning and Kristen Stewart.

 For the past 2 years she was living with her family in Resistencia, Chaco, Argentina. While she was there she danced with Ballet Contemporáneo del Chaco(the contemporary dance company of the province of Chaco) as an invited dancer. She performed “Senderos” choreography by director, Mariela Alarcón in Mendoza, Argentina, “La Consagración de la Primavera” (The Rite of Spring), choreography by Carlos Trunksy at the famous Teatro Cervantes in Buenos Aires, Argentina and performed in the Festival of Chamame in Corrientes, Argentina and danced to the live music of the band TONOLEC, choreographed by director Lucas Garcilanzo. She has also taught ballet, contemporary, and improvisation classes at various studios in Corrientes.

 She is teaching ballet, pointe, contemporary, lyrical and jazz at Janice's Fabulous Feet. She is very excited to be joining Janice and to share the love she has for dance.