photo Mr. Tim

Tim Coronado, one of the studio's owners, studio artistic director, and lead choreographer/teacher, began dancing at the age of nine.  After only a few years on the competition stage Tim accepted a contract to tour as a background dancer on Frankie J's "Slam Down" tour.  He later went on to tour with Christina Milian and appeared in the original "Step Up" movie as well as Shaina Perry's video, "It's Me".  Most recently, Mr. Tim had the priviledge of choreographing and appearing in Curtis Braly's hit music video, "One Day".  Having trained and taught classes accross the United States, Tim returned to the Houston area in 2007 where he began teaching to both recreational and competitive level dancers as well as serving as an assosiate choreographer for International Ballet of Houston.  Not only have Tim's dancers won several awards and titles at both the regional and national level, Tim has also recieved several judges awards of his own for "Best Choreography", "Best Concept", and "Most Entertaining".   Looking to the future, Tim continues to focus on the development - mind, body, and spirit - of our next generation of dancers.

photo Ms. Mikala

Dancing for 17 years, eight of which were at the competitive level, Mikala Langford is known by other dancers, parents, teachers, and judges as having a true PASSION FOR DANCE!  Attending classes at local studios, dance conventions, and The Edge Performing Arts Center in Los Angeles, Mikala has trained in ballet, tap, jazz, hip hop, lyrical, contemporary, modern, and musical theatre.  Her love for the art of dance shows both in the dance room and on the competition/performance stage where she has been awarded several top awards, overall placements, special judges awards, and scholarships as a dancer and several regional and national awards as a teacher/choreographer.  While not creating art at the studio, Mikala is creating art through her talents as a hair and make-up artist at Do or Dye Hair Studio, a salon she has owned and operated since the age of 22.  Ms. Mikala's unconditional love for her dancers is evident both in the studio and out, often bragging to anyone who will listen about how proud she is of all her 'kids'.

photo Ms. Kyla

Dancing for 16 years, eight of which were at the competitive level, Kyla Garza is known for her LOVE OF DANCING/TEACHING!  Attending classes at local studios, Kyla has trained in ballet, tap, jazz, hip hop, lyrical, contemporary, and musical theatre. She has received awards on the competition stage for tap excellence and perfect partnering.  Kyla Garza was recently featured as a back up dancer in Curtis Braly’s video of his new single, “One Day”.  Ms. Kyla’s love for teaching can be seen in and out of the studio as she is ALWAYS inviting dancers, even those who’ve yet to take a dance class, to come take a class with her and share in her love for dancing.  Ms. Kyla teaches ages 3 - 70+ and has a way of reaching each and every dancer on their own level. 

photo Coach Jay Jay

Jeremiah Morgan began tumbling at a young age where he took his talents to the mat to compete as a competitive level cheerleader for four years.  As a cheer team member, he won several championships and began serving as a coaching assistant to some of the younger teams within the same organization.  It did not take him (and those around him) long to realize he had a natural love and ability for teaching and coaching.  Most recently, Mr. Morgan took to the stage to compete and perform a breathtaking contemporary quartet with some of the senior elite dancers of TNT.  Although Coach Jay Jay, as he is lovingly called by the students and parents, has retired his dance shoes, he still has as much passion and excitement about teaching and coaching as he did seven years ago.  Coach Jay Jay’s proudest achievements are getting to see the students master a new skill in order to perform it on the tumble mat, in the cheer arenas, or on the dance floor.