"Dance with your heart and your feet will follow"
Celtic Flame School of Irish Dance
Bringing Top Talent to the Big Stage
Who We Are
Your #1 Dance School in the area
Celtic Flame is under the direction of Chrissy Zeo-Mills. The school is now in its 19th year of business. Ever since opening in 2005, Celtic Flame has captured the hearts of audiences all over the tri-state area. Here at Celtic Flame we work together, and support each other as a family. We go out of our way to put on productions big and small that truly make an impact.
Celtic Flame currently has 5 locations in Philadelphia & Bucks County: South Philly, Bridesburg, Fox Chase, Bensalem & Trevose. We are in Wildwood, NJ for classes during the month of July. There also is a zoom option so that you can join us from anywhere. Classes are offered to dancers ages 2 to adult. The levels range from Beginner to Open Champion. Along with all of our talented ladies we also have Gents and Adults. Those with special needs are more than welcome. We have dancers with Cerebral Palsy, Autism & Down Syndrome (one of which is the owner's daughter) and they too are making huge leaps.
Celtic Flame offers options throughout the year to perform and/or compete. Some of our most notable performance venues include The Downtown Disney Stage, The Mayor's Gala, Wawa Welcome America, The Sesame Place Parade, Celtic Christmas Bensalem and The Philadelphia Fleadh. In 2013 and 2022 Celtic Flame was awarded best dance group in the Philadelphia and Burlington County St. Patrick's Day Parades. In 2015 we competed in Dublin for the CRDM All Ireland where we produced our first international champion. Owner (Chrissy Zeo-Mills) and dancer (Maeve Cawley) were in The World Famous Fusion Fest in August of 2020.
To join Celtic Flame or book us for your next event (Weddings, parties & more!) please contact Chrissy @ CelticFlameIrishDance@gmail.com
Registration can take place at any time and private lessons are also available.
“We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act but a habit”