Rachel Seeholzer was born and raised in Los Angeles, California where she first began her classical dance training at age nine. She set her focus in ballet after high school and traveled to further her training in cities such as Chicago, Seattle, San Francisco, Charlotte and Richmond. Rachel began dancing professionally in 2014 and has had the pleasure of working with the Charlottesville Ballet, The Suzanne Farrell Ballet, RVA Dance Collective, Oakland Ballet, Virginia Repertory Theatre, Stavna Ballet, and James Sewell Ballet. Rachel has worked with many acclaimed choreographers and teachers throughout her dance career. She began choreographing in 2011 when she set a contemporary ballet on the trainees and apprentices of the Charlotte Ballet, again in 2013 when she choreographed and staged the production of The Nutcracker on the Degas Dance Studio in Encino, California, and then again in 2017 when she set a neoclassical ballet on the trainees of the Charlottesville Ballet. Rachel has been teaching for over a decade in California, Virginia and Minnesota, working with students (ages 3-adult) at more than a dozen dance studios, schools, and academies.