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Megan Rae Jenkins
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Zackary Falk began his training at 16 in riverside, ca under the direction of Kristi Fair. He continued his training post graduation at RCC dance department and was an active member and captain of the RCC dance team. As well as serving as a company members in Points of View contemporary dance company directed by Terry Schulte, he has also trained in Jazz, Lyrical, Ballet, and hip hop from master teachers including Marinda Davis, Mark Meismer, Dee Caspary, and Jojo Gomez. Since 2016 Zackary’s focus has been choreography. Starting within the high school and collegiate circuits Zackary’s choreography awards include top honors in overall placements, as well as best choreography at both the regional and national level. Zachary is currently the artistic and competitive director of Inspire Dance complex in corona, Ca.
has been polishing her interpretation of dance for most of her life. Her dance training started at the age of 8, and included training in Hip-Hop, Jazz, Ballet, Lyrical, Contemporary, and Modern. Hip-hop her my preferred discipline. She has trained with GRV and 909 hip-hop dance troupe. She was also been a member of the Riverside City College dance and cheer team, earning the honor of All-American at NDA camp. In addition, she has trained with Dave Scott, Bam Martin, Sorah Yang, Jawn Ha, Justin Giles and more. She currently teaches at Define Dance Space, Barre Dance Center and coaches for the Notre Dame High cheer/song teams. She has choreographed for quinceaneras and some high schools over the years such as Poly High School and Grand Terrace High School. She has proven to be a strong, honorable and dutiful dancer as shown by the many dance scholarships and awards earned. Her mission is to share my passion for teaching and choreographing and to also inspire others to achieve new levels in their lives through dance.
Hallie Loo began dancing at age 11 after training as a competitive acrobatic gymnast. She trained at Just Plain Dancin' and has studied under Terry Shulke, Mandy Rogers, Marinda Davis, and Travis Preston. Hallie has won numerous regional and national titles throughout her time competing and was a member of "Points of View," a modern dance company under the direction of Terry Shulke. Hallie found her love for choreographing and teaching at age 15. Hallie's choreography has received top regional and national awards. Hallie currently teaches and choreographs for multiple studios and high schools around Southern California and was the head coach for the 2022 nationally-ranked Eleanor Roosevelt High School Song team.
Kaitlin Lee has been dancing all her life. She is a graduate of de•fine dance space, and trained extensively in all styles of dance. While a dancer at de•fine, Kaitlin earned a reputation for being an excellent dancer, leader, and teacher. She has been training to be a teacher since she was 10 years old, under the direction of Megan Jenkins. She has a love for teaching the littlest define dancers with a special affection for tap dance. In addition to her dancing, Kaitlin is an accomplished photographer who's portraits are evocative of her own spirit, as much as her subjects.
Kelly started dancing at the age of 3 and has loved every minute of it! She grew up in Redlands and was a part of the Dance Horizons (Redlands, CA) competition teams for 20 years as a dancer, teacher, and choreographer. She has been trained in ballet, jazz, hip-hop, hula, lyrical, and tap. Thommie Retter (of Broadway’s BILLY ELLIOT) has been her tap teacher and mentor since the age of 14. Kelly has taught at studios here in the Inland Empire and taught tap and hip-hop in Agoura Hills for Retter’s Academy of Dance. She has a B.S. in the Recording Industry, and an M.A. in Higher Education and Learning & Teaching from the University of Redlands. She is a physical education teacher at Cajon High School in San Bernardino. Not only can Kelly teach many forms of dance, but she also has skills when it comes to technology. She can edit music and has filmed dance instructional videos for MusicWorks, recital footage for Retter’s Academy of Dance, and many recitals for local dance studios in the area. Kelly is looking forward to bringing her style to so many new students and be back in a studio where she belongs!
Madison Kennedy is a 3rd generation dancer who began dancing at the age of 3. She began her journey as a competitive dancer at Just Plain Dancin, trained by her mentors Mandy Rogers and Terry Schulke from the age of 5 until she graduated at 18. During that time, she was part of an award winning team for 12 seasons on the competitive circuit. She won many high point awards with her team and as a soloist. Her last year as a soloist, she was awarded Ms. Starpower in Las Vegas NV. Although competitive dance was a large part of her dance career, she also was able to participate as a company dancer in POV (Points of View) led by Ms. Terry Schulke, performed at the Dance Awards in Los Angeles and was an advocate for Dancers with Cancer. You can also spot her at age 10 in Meghan Trainor’s music video as little Meghan in “Dear Future Husband”. She has traveled and assisted her choreographers across the country and began teaching dancers from ages 5-18. She is a part of master faculty for summer intensives on the east coast and is currently teaching local at studios all while attending college to follow her dreams to become a dentist. As she works on her degree, she enjoys teaching and training as a dancer and keeping active in the dance community.
started dancing at age 12 and competed for 5 years. She trained under the
direction of Megan Jenkins and Raven Gantt exclusively at define dance space. In addition to her time in the classroom, you'll also see Nicole behind the front desk, ready to answer any & all of your questions. She is currently attending California State University of San Bernardino where she is majoring in Criminal Justice. Ella habla español.
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