Aimee Wilson, master teacher, has been passionate about teaching the art of dance for the last 16 years. After dancing from the age of 3, Aimee started teaching jazz, hip hop, acrobatics and children's dance in California in 2000. After moving to the Rogue Valley in 2011 Aimee was an instructor and coach at a local gymnastics academy. In 2013 Aimee started offering classes at the Evergreen Ballroom. Aimee has extensive dance training from California Institute of the Arts where she became a California Art Scholar. Aimee has also been fortunate enough to take master classes from some of the industry's most innovative choreographers such as Tyce Diorio, Allison Holker, and Tabitha and Napoleon D'umo (all featured choreographers from FOX's So You Think You Can Dance)
Megan Duling began her dance training in Pueblo Colorado at age six, under Fernando and Karen Schaffenburg, which included opportunities to train and perform with American Ballet Theater and Sacramento Ballet. She attended the University of Oregon where she received the Lotta Carl Scholarship and was a member of the U of O Repertory Dance Company. She graduated with a BA in Dance in 2014. After graduation, Megan spent some time developing her teaching skills in Chicago, and then relocated to the Rogue Valley to dance and teach with Dancing People Company.
Kenya Hokanson has been doing gymnastics since the age of three and in that time was a competitive gymnast for five years. Throughout those years she has gained lots of experience in tumbling, dance and acro. Kenya loves working with kids and In the past four years has coached kids from preschool ages, to level 10 in gymnastics. She loves choreographing routines and tumbling in her spare time, and is currently going to school to become an elementary school teacher