At BAM Studio, we are passionate about promoting the beauty of arts and movements to children as well as adults. We offer engaging learning experiences that encompass performing arts.

With a commitment to excellence, we deliver innovative and enjoyable programs, ensuring that our students receive enriching and immersive learning experiences. Our philosophy is to ensure that our children get a happy and healthy introduction to movement and arts. We structure our classes for their success, recognizing that a child’s early years are crucial for forming a healthy self-image and a strong appreciation for the arts.

Join us on this joyful journey of arts, where creativity, innovation, and lifelong learning are celebrated.


Our mission is to instill confidence, positivity, and joy in everyone’s lives through movement and arts. Come and be a part of our community, where we celebrate diversity, promote unity, and inspire a love for dance and movement that extends beyond our studio walls.


Aireen Vargas
Owner and Director
Marvin Xylon Jaen
Piano teacher
Aireen is a dedicated and passionate individual with multifaceted expertise in the realms of kinesiology, fitness, and dance education. She is a registered kinesiologist, a certified personal trainer, and a group F.I.T. fitness instructor teaching a variety of fitness classes such as zumba, zumbini, and yoga to children and adults. She graduated from Concordia University with a bachelor’s degree in Exercise Science and has been in the fitness industry since 2008. With a deep-rooted passion for movement and rhythm, Aireen extends her expertise to both children and adults, creating an inclusive and joyful learning environment. She is also the director of BATANG PINOY summer day camp, where the focus is on creating enriching Pinoy experiences for young Filipino Canadian participants.
Teacher Marvin is a graduating music education student at McGill University and holds a bachelor of music major in piano performance from St. Scholastica’s College Manila whose professional teaching and performing career spans over 15 years. Teacher Marvin’s recent accomplishments include presenting his research in piano practice techniques at McGill University AIRG 4th International Symposium, speaking as a panel speaker for the Maker Music Festival where he engaged in a conversation about music education with fellow music educators, as well as guest lecturing at McGill University’s Faculty of Education regarding the integration of technology in music education.
Wadie Khiati
Karaté teacher
Madeleine Atkinson
Baby Ballet, Ballet Jazz, and Mini-hip hop teacher
Sensei Wadie is a versatile trainer in various disciplines including Karate, Jiu-Jitsu, running, soccer, and swimming. Certified by the Canadian Coaching Association, he holds two specialized coaching certificates. With a +3 black belt in Karate, a +4 black belt in Jiu-Jitsu, and a black belt in kickboxing, Sensei Wadie is exceptionally skilled. His journey in martial arts began at the age of 4, leading him to become a champion in 1997 and 1998. He also achieved gold medals at the university and Mediterranean games in 1993 and 1994 respectively. Furthermore, Sensei Wadie serves as an international referee in martial arts.
Madz is a contemporary dancer with over 23 years of dance and performance experience based in Montreal, QC with a Bachelor of Fine Arts majoring in Contemporary Dance from Concordia University. Madz has experience teaching dance at a variety of daycares, dance studios, and community centers around Montreal. Madz is also a freelance artist, contemporary dancer, choreographer, performer, and art collaborator whose personal work focuses on developing innovative ways to engage others in the art of movement. Most recently, Madz has performed in the 2nd edition of Cité Ouverte and had the privilege of being an artist in residence at Córtex Frontal located in Arraiolos, Portugal this past fall.