Artistic Director & studio owner

 
Lindsey Claire Muse is a native of Raymond, Mississippi. Lindsey Claire started dancing at the age of three under the direction of Susan Stowe at Mississippi Ballet Theatre. She began teaching technique classes at Mississippi Ballet Theatre at the age of 14. While there she was trained in various types of dance, including ballet, jazz, pointe, lyrical, and African, and performed in various productions, including the Moscow Ballet’s “The Nutcracker.” She then became the Assistant Director at Kids For Christ Performing Arts for four years before venturing out on her own.

 

 

 

Lindsey Claire also competes in pageants across the state and of course her competition talent is always dance. She has won several titles including Miss Junior Teen Metro Jackson, Miss Teen Metro Jackson, Miss Teen Deep South, and Miss Dixie. She was Mississippi’s National American Miss Top Model Winner, and has competed in Junior Miss and Magnolia State preliminaries and state pageants. Her most recent title was Miss Hinds Community College and she competed in the Miss Mississippi Pageant this past June. She graduated Magna Cum Laude from Hinds Community College where she received her Barber/Stylist license and her Associates of Arts Degree. She has been a makeup/hair artist and has coached girls for pageants including Magnolia State, Miss Teen of Excellence, National American Miss, Beauty Reviews, and much more. 

 

 

Tumble Instructor






Kurt Koenig is from Terry, Mississippi. He started coaching
at the age of 16 and has been coaching over 20 years. He won two national titles while cheering at Mississippi College. He has worked for the National Cheerleaders Association and has coached at several surrounding gyms. He was the former owner of Mississippi Elite in Ridgeland. 


Jazz and Tap Instructor

BALLET INSTRUCTOR



Dancing since the age of six, Adrienne Joransen received her dance training in Atlanta, GA; Greenville, SC; and Jackson, MS; and performed in ballets that include Swan Lake, TheNutcracker, Beauty and the Beast, Petrouchka, and Coppelia. During high school, Adrienne was the primary ballet instructor at the Master's Academy of Athens, GA, and assisted classes at Broadway Arts Center near her home in Jefferson, GA. As a dance major at Belhaven University, Adrienne has danced with Belhaven University Dance Ensemble in Tunes, Tutus, and Turning Wheels and in the Belhaven University Music's production of the children's opera, The Pied Piper. She also appeared in Belhaven's production of Quest of the Designer, and most recently, she has toured with Belhaven University Dance Ministry Ensemble performing in works choreographed by Helen Tamiris and Valerie Henry. One of Adrienne's own choreographed pieces also toured with Belhaven University Dance Ministry Ensemble. She is currently choreographing a dance piece in collaboration with her ten year old sister to perform this fall in addition to choreographing a work in progress on the topic of prayer. This summer Adrienne will travel to Iceland with International Children's Outreach where she will teach at a children’s ministry camp at Astjorn. Adrienne is convinced of the endless capacity for self-expression that dance contains and loves to encourage it in her dance students.   






Lauren Ashlee Small is originally from
Springfield, IL. She has lived and danced in Arizona, Mississippi, and New York
City. Her training began at Springfield Dance and the Springfield Ballet
Company, and continued through college where she completed a Bachelor of Fine
Arts in Dance at Belhaven University. Lauren went on to study in The Ailey
School’s professional division as a recipient of The Oprah Winfrey Foundation
Scholarship and to perform with Amalgamate Dance Company and Dance Into
Deliverance. Her choreography has been featured at the Ailey School, Undertoe
Dance Festival at the 92nd Street Y, the New York Jazz Choreography
Project, and in Amalgamate’s 7th Annual Artist Series. When she is
not dancing, Lauren loves to read, write, dream, and enjoy nature.