Pamela Hoover - Owner
Pamela's love for singing and dancing was inspired at a young age while watching countless hours of Broadway musicals with her family. Musical theater would allow her to enjoy singing, dancing and acting all at one time. With ballet, tap, jazz and vocal training, Pamela performed in many local performances of Les Misérables, Oklahoma, Grease, South Pacific, Seven Brides for Seven Brothers, Bye Bye Birdie, Wizard of Oz and many more. During her performing years, Pamela greatly aspired to be Belle in the Broadway performance of Beauty and the Beast. Its no surprise that years later, Pamela would enroll her daughter, Malorie, in her first dance class at 2.5 years of age. Being a splitting image of her mama, Malorie immediately fell in love with dance. Later, Pamela's son, Zachary would join dance as well and became quite the performer. Malorie and Zachary spend countless hours training and dancing each week. Pamela homeschools both Malorie and Zachary allowing them a flexible schedule for dance. Pamela majored in Business Management, so it only made sense to partner with her best friend, Destyn, to create a family oriented studio that supports a positive educational environment that allows her children along with their entire dance family grow within their own dance careers. Pamela also owns Pamales Tamales and is an Account Manager in the Supply Chain and logistics field. Pamela and her husband, Reece, were married early 2019.
Mrs. Destyn Lewis - Owner | Acro | Ballet/Tap
Destyn started dancing at the age of 3 and cheering at the age of 5. She cheered until age 12 and then realized that dance was really her true passion. Destyn received her dance training at North Eastern Oklahoma Performing Arts where she danced competitively and finished her dance training at Center Stage in Owasso where she was given the opportunity to start teaching classes under the direction of Kari Williams. She was also a member of the Varsity Dance team at Owasso High School for 3 years and was named a UDA all star dancer. Destyn started student coaching cheer at age 12 and has been teaching dance for 17 years. Destyn graduated college and received her RN in 2015 and has been a nurse in surgery for the past 8 years specializing in orthopedic surgery. She continues her dance education yearly by attending conventions and workshops. Along with teaching dance she loves spending time with family and friends. She has been married to her husband for 8 years and they have a beautiful 7 year old daughter and 2 year old son.
Miss Alison Nofsinger - Pointe
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Miss Rylee Taylor - Tap
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Miss Malorie Thompson - Mini and Ballet/Tap Program| Lyrical | Ballet | Jazz | Acro
Malorie has been dancing for 15 years, has been assisting for 8 years and student teaching for 7 years. Malorie's favorite style of dance is lyrical/contemporary and she loves teaching the little ones all styles of dance. Malorie danced competitively, continues her education at workshops and conventions yearly and trains countless hours at the studio weekly. The last couple of years Malorie has been involved in pageants with the platform, The Big Sister Project: young girls helping/mentoring other young girls! When Malorie isn't dancing she is reading or hanging out with friends, family, and ALL of her animals. She has 3 dogs, 2 cats, and a horse! Malorie is smart, caring and very driven! We love having such a sweet role model for our little dancers to look up to!
Miss Shelia Phillips - Ballet | Jazz | Lyrical
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Mr Julian Crenshaw - Hip Hop
Julian Crenshaw also known as The Reverb, has been dancing for over 24 years and teaching for over 11 years. He's studied dance and instruction in Anchorage, Alaska and has traveled around the world teaching workshops, performing and battling at World of Dance events, and learning from famous dancers from all around the world. He's won first place in the Supply the Skills freestyle battles in Anchorage, Alaska and 2 Platinum awards at the Dance like No One's Watching competition. He uses his gift not only to teach movement but to also minister the gospel through dance. He instructs on how to use dance as an outlet for any type of emotion and to express by freestyling movements that you have learned. He moved out to Austin, Texas in 2017 to teach, perform and battle and he also met my wife in Austin. Together they pushed each other in their dancing and broke down barriers holding them back. In September of 2018 they started teaching at IDEA Public Schools where they created a scholarship program that gave students the opportunity to push beyond their limits in dance and life. In September of 2020 he and his family moved to Virginia to continue the journey that God had put them on and now that journey has led them back to Tulsa. "To me, dance brings people together even in a divided world".