Hip Hop, Step and Tumble Instructor
Dennis Howard was born in Jacksonville, FL. He is a welder by trade, but he has a passion for dance. He began his dancing profession with A Rhythm Nation (ARN) Dance Company in 2007. With ARN, he performed various types of dance including, but not limited to Hip Hop, Jazz, and Contemporary. During his stint with ARN, Dennis taught choreography to his fellow dancers and instructed youth and adult mime and step teams at local churches for several years.
His desire to dance and perform stemmed from his background in music and aspiration to study multiple aspects of music and dance. Dennis loves performing and expressing himself through the art of movement and enjoys teaching step and hip-hop at M.A.D.E. Today, Inc.
Breona Young is from Charlotte, NC. She has been dancing since the age of 5. She started with MADE Today, Inc. in both recreational and competitive cheerleading and dance under Owner/Director Eiesha Horsley. She later went on to dance for BB Dance Studio and play volleyball. Breona is a high school senior at Northwest School of the Arts and is a proud honor student and participates in many extra curricular activities. She has been offered several academic and athletic scholarships.
Breona is excited to be teaching at where her dance and cheer experience all began and looks forward to making a difference in young girls and boys lives.
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