Owner, Dance & Fitness Instructor
Starting at just 3 years old, Brooke began taking dance classes, falling in love with the art of dance. She pursued dance at a competitive level training and competing. Brooke not only had a passion for dancing, but also a passion for choreography.
She taught her first dance class at age 13 and was then given her first team at age 17. She has had the amazing opportunity to learn from some of the best choreographers in the industry, such as David Moore, Ade Obayomi and Tony Bellissimo.
With her primary style being hip-hop and jazz, Brooke decided to audition for the NBL’s new and improved Windsor Express Dance Squad, where she was chosen as one of ten dancers on their 2017-2018 team. After graduating from St. Clair College’s Marketing and Advertising program in 2018, Brooke decide to move to Toronto to work and dance, training at some of Toronto’s biggest named studios -The Underground Dance Centre & Millennium TO.
Paige began her dance career at a young age, perusing all disciplines of dance through various competitive companies across the country. She studied under the tutelage of choreographers such as Blake McGrath, Mia Micheals, Twitch, Tabitha & Napoleon, and Mandy Moore to name a few. In little time, Paige found work with Melissa Williams' Extreme Dance Competition and was invited to tour with the company during their convention and competition season as a teaching assistant.
Her continued work with Melissa has awarded her the opportunity to travel to Toronto to assist her in teaching the So You Think You Can Dance Canada top 14 routine, as well as perform in an original showcase for the Border City Dance Company. Paige is currently a competitive dance coach and prides herself in her hip hop choreography. She has received a multitude of scholarships and awards recognizing her energetic, creative, and authentic Hip Hop choreography since the age of 17.
As a performer, teacher, and admirer of movement, Paige is eager to share her passion for dance and continue to push the boundaries of Hip Hop as a leading Hip Hop choreographer. Her upbeat, engaging and energetic approach to teaching will have you grooving in no time.
Greg Thane "Gizmo"
Gregory Thane has been a dancer for 6 years and specializes in hip-hop dance styles and creative choreography. He started dancing just loving movement in general doing popular dance moves. Shortly after performing for a flash mob, an activity turned into a passion. Greg established a dance team in Windsor called X-Emption and this year choreographed and performed for Dance Fest Ontario Alumni Showcase 2017. Greg loves to dance for its expressive nature and for the fun. His appreciation of all styles of dance leaves him open to learning an array of dance skills. Greg is a high energy dancer that is very determined to achieve things that doesn’t come naturally. He plans to evolve his dance team in Windsor and personally wants to become an established dancer in the dance world.
Dance & Fitness Instructor
Nathalie is a professional dancer from Windsor Ontario Canada, and is currently employed by the NBA's Detroit Pistons organization.Nathalie was a member of the Detroit Pistons Dance team for 3 years. Through this time she had the opportunity to dance with many entertainers including, Ceelo Green, Silento, B.O.B., Sean Kingston, Bret Michaels, Iyaz, Kid Rock as well as many others.
Nathalie has performed in commercials and video presentations for the Pistons as well as having danced in an Insane Clown Posse video for the release of the their song "Explosion." She is trained and certified in various disciplines of dance. Nathalie’s original competitive focus was in the world of gymnastics as she was a highly skilled gymnast and the skills learned in the sport have been an asset for her dance career.
Nathalie has had the opportunity to dance in roles for many large scale productions as well as working various events including the Promotional tour for the release of the Nike’s Jordan Flight apparel. Nathalie continues to teach workshops and classes as well as judging dance competitions in Michigan.
Angel-Lee Simmons grew up dancing in Windsor, Ontario at Dance Barre from 11 years old until she moved to Toronto in her 11th school year. She attended Rosedale Heights School of the Arts and cultivated the modern and theatrical side of dance. This gave her an opportunity to find her own singularity and personality as a dancer. She has had the pleasure of learning from artists in Toronto including Ryan Lee, Bonnie Kim, Debbie Wilson, Sarah Williamson, Alyssa Martin, Sharon Moore, Marshall Pynkoski and more. She is looking forward to the opportunity to dance in Windsor again.
Dance & Fitness Instructor
Conrad was inspired to start dance after watching the adorable children's movie Happy Feet. He shortly after decided to start dancing where he trained in various art forms, break-dancing being his favourite.
He later decided to take on dance in a more serious setting where he trained competitively in various art forms at age 7. In 2011, Conrad was accepted into the Royal Winnipeg Ballet professional division where he trained for 6 years. Conrad decided to come home in 2019 to educate the next generation of dancers, be with his family and work as a teacher, choreographer.
At the age of 3, Kiana Flood got involved in dance, and movement quickly became a big part of her life. Competing between the ages of 11-18 further pushed her in pursing her dreams. Through the training at Nancy Pattison’s Dance World, she was able to achieve many awards, such as being selected for The Collective at DanceMakers Inc, where she traveled with and was mentored by many world-renowned choreographers, such as Kathryn McCormick and Robert Roland.
Now, at the age of 21, Kiana is a student at the University of Windsor. Working on her degree in Kinesiology, she continues explore the unlimited possibilities of the human body, and is sharing her knowledge all throughout Essex County in hopes to inspire young minds.
Dalton is a local dancer and choreographer currently residing in the Windsor area. While attending Ryerson University for the BFA Dance program, Dalton realized he wanted a new approach on dance outside of the structured company world and started to gain interest in Commercial Dance. Through his 9 years of dance, he has choreographed and guest starred in over a dozen shows with groups such as Windsor Symphony Orchestra, Windsor Dance eXperience, and Windsor Express. He most recently has started teaching open classes and is thrilled to continue on the path of moulding his own choreography style.