Angela Rhodes made Omaha, Nebraska her home in 1998. She began her family here and that is when she was introduced to dance. Her daughter took an interest in dance at age three and has been studying in several styles over the years. Because her daughter had such a passion for dance Angela decided to invest in her daughters dance future by finding the right Director and Instructors to build a dance studio that encompasses all that dancing is. She wants to build a dance program not only for competitive dancers but for recreational dance as well. A facility with great instructors that not only have a passion for dance but a passion for teaching young impressionable youth. Mentoring students to reach any goal they set their mind to through hard work, encouragement, pride, and dedication. An outlet for all dancers to feel welcome and reach a level in their technique that they may have not experienced with other teaching methods.
“Our fingerprints don't fade from the lives we've touched.” Kenneth Owens was born in San
Fransisco, California where at the age of 5 he moved to Omaha, Nebraska. He began his dance
training through competitive show choir and his church ministry. Kenneth’s career took off at the age of 14 as he became more involved in more techniques such as ballet, modern and
today's popular style, contemporary. Kenneth has received many awards for his innovative choreography and has achieved many overall wins as a dancer himself. Creating a professional culture where people can study and be apart of something that is bigger than themselves is his ultimate goal. To raise thinkers, that are disciplined and excel in all that they do. Each person that walks through the doors can expect to learn something. The future is full of mysteries and while no one can accurately predict their future you can measure success by the amount of time invested in perfecting your craft. Kenneth looks forward to teaching, mentoring and fostering each individual that comes through the studio doors.
Originally from Olathe Kansas, Elizabeth has been dancing for 20 years. She studied and competed at Dance Expressions. While there she received training in ballet, tap, jazz, contemporary, hip hop and musical theatre. Upon graduation from high school, she went to New York City where she studied at Pace University and received her BFA in Commercial Dance with concentrations in Performance and Pedagogy. Elizabeth traveled to LA where she trained in commercial dancing, film work, and producing and directing commercials. She trained with Mandy Moore and Jen Hamilton along with many others. After graduating from college, she auditioned for the 2018 Radio City Christmas Speculator starring the Radio City Rockettes and joined the line. She performed at Radio City Music Hall as well as the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade. Elizabeth is also signed under Clear Talent Group Agency and is continuing to train and grow her knowledge of dance and dance education.
By using her extensive experience, talent and love of dance she is thrilled to educate and inform dancers young and old, boys and girls. Nicole originally opened New Energy Dance in 2005 and went on break in 2011. She returned from Los Angeles in 2005, where she danced with Gregg Russell’s “Tap Sounds Underground“. After receiving a BA in Dance Management and Performance from Columbia College in Chicago, she performed all over the United States with dance companies, in music videos, and in theatre. Her credits include: Deeply Rooted Dance Theatre, Hip Hop dancer for L.I.F.E. ( a hip hop dance company based out of Chicago), she studied and performed with Gregory Hines, Savion Glover, Ann Reinking, Mia Michaels, Jasmine Guy, Gregg Russell, and Tommy Tune. Commercial Credits include BET, FOX, and the Macy*s Day Parade in NYC. Nicole was an Instructor of Musical Theatre and Dance at Nebraska Wesleyan University, and has also choreographed for the CBA Basketball Dancers, Coyote Ugly Saloon in Chicago and Boston, Columbia College Chicago, Nebraska Wesleyan University and numerous high school and competition teams throughout the country. Most recently she teamed up with D.R.E.A.M. (Developing Relationships through Education, Athletics, and Mentoring) where she taught hip hop weekly to over 500 Omaha kids in the non profit after school program.
One of Rick’s first experiences dancing was at age 12 when his sister’s ballet class needed one male dancer for a recital. By age 20 he was professionally teaching dance, and at 21 he was the manager of the Fred Astaire Dance Studio in Lincoln. Rick has since traveled and lived all over the world— competing in dance competitions, performing in shows, choreographing halftime shows, cheerleading routines, and more. He most enjoyed his time in Rio and London. While living in Seattle, Rick started a program teaching dance lessons to residents in multiple senior living facilities. Rick enjoys teaching ballroom dancing to all ages and incorporating ballroom into dance fit classes. Rick has been a personal trainer for over 20 years.