Ember has been a very active child ever since birth. She grew up in a very athletic family and because of this she has played almost every single sport. Along with playing sports Ember began dancing at the age of 5 years old. She started high school at Incarnate Word High school and decided to dedicate her time to the art of dance. At the age of 14, Ember became part of the competitive dance company Insight Dance Ensemble until she graduated high school.. She has been to many conventions and has won a number of scholarships from the styles of tap, hip hop, contemporary, and jazz. She loves performing and entertaining others. She has a passion for teaching and hopes to make an impression in the dance industry.
Alora Wurzbach started her dancing career at the age of two. At the age of 12 she began competing in dance competitions winning overalls in Starbound, Tremaine, and Showstoppers. From there she joined the Junior Company at Ballet San Antonio won national titles and danced in the Ballet San Antonio Nutcracker her thirteenth and fourteenth years. After that she moved to Trilogy Dance Center and finished her training there when she graduated Medina Valley High School dancing on the dance team, Top Cats. Her senior year she competed in Vegas for National Titles. She traveled to New York and Vegas again for countless auditions. She began teaching at fifteen years old and has not stopped growing with every single one of her students. Alora graduated with her Associate of Arts, concentration in Liberal Arts from Northwest Vista College and is furthering her education at Texas A&M University San Antonio.
Hallie began dancing when she was 2 at a small studio in Conroe, Tx. She learned many different types of dance, such as; classical ballet, pointe, jazz, tap, lyrical/contemporary, hip-hop, and Pilates. She was also on the studios competition team for 10 years. At 16, she began studying the art of yoga.
Hallie graduate from Texas State with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Dance Studies in 2011. There, she studied many different types of modern dance, mainly Erick Hawkins technique. After graduating, she earned her 200 hr. yoga certification in January 2013 at the Yoga Institute in Houston. And has also been hula hoop dancing for many years.
Since graduating, she has taught many different types of dance to people of all ages. She truly enjoys what she does and couldn’t see herself doing anything else.