Megan was a member of DR's Ingredients Dance Company from 2007-2011 and has been on staff for Ingredients Dance Company and Dance Revolution conventions ever since. She has appeared in music videos, national TV, multiple conferences including PINK Impact, TD Jakes, Paula White, Kari Jobe and Reinhard Bonke as well as stadium events. She has been training in dance for over 25 years as well as choreographing and teaching master classes for multiple studios and dance companies across the country. She loves to train students in pushing past their limits to be not only great people but phenomenal movers as well. She has a unique style of choreography and brings a fresh and raw way of seeing her students release in their movement and artistic expression.
Giovanni Allen is originally from New York City where he received his early training at the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater and American Ballet Theatre. He did his undergraduate work at California Institute for the Arts in LA. In 2008, He was invited to choreograph at the Barcelona International Course of Dance in Spain as well as the Greece Dance Festival. He has worked with artist such as: Rodolfo Castellanos, Jean Emile, Juan Borona and Roger Jeffery. After Spain, he was chosen to represent Cal Arts at the American College Dance Festival in 2009. The same year he was cast in the NYC Broadway Holiday Show "Radio City Christmas Spectacular". In the summer of 2010, he made Texas home where he has been teaching Modern, Lyrical, Contemporary, Hip Hop, Jazz and Ballet and choreographing for numerous studios in the metroplex. Giovanni has made a name for himself in the Dallas area. He brings that certain "spark" to every class and piece of work. He draws from a large range of influences, musical, literary, social and even nature. His goal is to simply spread his vision and teachings all over the world. Giovanni has also judged for numerous pro teams and dance competitions. He is currently in his second season of his competitive company Groundworks7 Dance co. Preparing young artist for the big stages and bridging the gap to their professional careers.
Katherine Iheke is a 28-year-old Dallas native who has been dancing for 10 years and teaching for 7. The growing desire to learn more about the dance culture led her to Plano, TX. She began training in her expertise style of hip hop with Fenton Fulgham and soon multiple teachers around the DFW area. Katherine was a part of Renegades Dance Company from 2013-2017 and was team director in 2016 & 2017. In 2017, Katherine was casted in the Monsters of Hip-Hop Show "Unleashed" in Los Angeles. Her attendance to many local workshops and Monsters of Hip-Hop dance conventions has given her and still gives her opportunities to learn from, train under, and work with top industry choreographers. Katherine is currently on staff touring with Dance Revolution dance convention for her second-year and is the creative director of their hip-hop sector dance team, Rev Crew. Whilst touring throughout the year and managing Rev Crew, Katherine teaches privates, hip hop classes, and intensives around the DFW area and other states. She loves to challenge and excite people with the diversity of her choreography and has a main focus of helping others discover how to live and dance with passion & purpose.
Originally from Sydney Australia, Morgan Choice is a professional Dancer and Choreographer. Morgan danced and trained with many leading and influential choreographers in Australia in all styles such as Jazz, Contemporary, Hip-Hop, Musical Theatre and Ballet. Morgan started her career at a young age where she worked on many live tv shows and landed her first national musical at 18 in Fame the musical.
Morgan Choice has been living in Los Angeles where she landed her first job in the Britney Spears residency "Piece of Me". Morgan has then worked with many leading choreographers and performed on many shows such as BET, IHeart music awards, Billboard Awards, Nickelodeon Awards and The Voice. She has danced for many artists such as Ariana Grande, Gwen Stefani, Nick Jonas, Taylor Swift, Christina Aguilar and JLO.
Morgan, as a strong believer in Christ, believes dance and the arts is a gift from The Lord. Morgan is motivated to dedicate her time to inspire and motivate others to grow and develop professionally in dance as a career and also be in fellowship with the Lord to honor this gift that he gave us.
Dance and Ballet in particular has been an integral part of my life since I can remember. My biggest passion as a teacher is to be able to in still a high level of technique and artistry, whilst creating a safe environment that values the health and well being of the whole artist.
Originally from Alabama; my dancing journey began at the age of five where I trained locally until the age of thirteen. I spent the following five years in pre-professional training. I took my first professional job at eighteen as a dancer with The Alabama Ballet and became their principal artist at nineteen. At twenty years of age, I took a new position with The Orlando Ballet and became their principal artist. During my professional career, some of my highlights have been dancing in the Philippines as Romeo in "Romeo and Juliet", Prince Siegfried in "Swan Lake", and contemporary works by Twyla Tharp, Balanchine and Robert Hill. Among numerous other classical and contemporary performances, I had the pleasure of working as an artist with Cirque Du Soleil's "La Nouba" at Disney World in Orlando, Florida.
I feel so honored to have had a career full of so many opportunities and fulfilled dreams. My dance journey has been a gift, however, as any professional dancer knows, the professional industry is also filled with pain, challenges and heartache.The professional world and ballet in particular, hasn't always made the health of a dancer a priority and particularly as a straight Christian male, I often felt attacked for my personal values and convictions.
Because of this I have a desire to equip the next generation of Christian dancers with an understanding of their identity in Christ and an ability to honour their bodies by prioritizing their emotional and mental health.
After retiring from my professional career in 2016 I spent two years as a student at Bethel's School of Supernatural Ministry as well as dancing and teaching for Dance AdDeum on their European tour. During this time I was involved in Bethel's Healing Rooms dance team and Prophetic Dance Ministry.Through these experiences, I discovered that my professional dance training and ministry didn't have to be mutually exclusive from each other.
I long to see Christian Dancers occupying their sphere in the industry and shift the narrative of what professional and even non professional dance culture has been. We get to be the light in dark places and bring God's beauty into an art form that, at its core, was made to connect God to the hearts of His people.