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Buckle up for an exciting adventure as our instructors teach dancers to groove and move to the beat! Each class will transport you in a different world for a true complete experience of each discipline from our Urban Dance  Camp!

NO AGE LIMIT but it is recommended to have at least completed 2 years of dance training and be able to follow an intermediate level class.

- for Boys, Girls & Adults too! 

HEELS class information: proper basic heel technique will be taught. Whether you're a beginner or a seasoned pro, this class is perfect for anyone looking to perfect their heel-wearing skills, through various techniques, from walking gracefully to dancing confidently in heels.

Don't worry if you're new to heels - we'll start with the basics and progress at your own pace. Each student can invite an adult FOR FREE to take the heels class with him!

A Hip Hop class will be taught during the same time slot than Heels for students who want another option (see GROOVES with DJ on schedule)


One Dancer $210

Two Dancers $390

Three Dancers $580

Purchase single class $45


** Schedule may be subject to change**

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Meet Your Teachers



STEVO JONES: Stephen (Stevo) Jones is from Augusta, Georgia. He is known for his role as Jasper Tarik in in Step Up All In (2014) as well as his work in the (2011 version) Footloose and his role as Lucas in the action film Lazarus.
Stevo has also had an extensive dance career in which he danced for Electronic/Experimental Violinist Lindsey Stirling, pop sensation Becky G, R&B artist Kelly Rowland, Jacob Latimore, Coca Cola, Regis and Kelly, So You Think You Can Dance, MTV's TRL, Showtime at the Apollo and The Tonight Show with Jay Leno to name a few.


Marion Léger:  Marion was born in Angers, France and felt in love with dance at the age of 4 when her parents took her to her first dance class. She seriously began her dance education at the National Conservatory of Angers where she trained and graduated in Jazz but her love for Hip Hop led her to also train with local street dancers at the time. She began her professional dance career in France at the age of 15 joining “La compagnie des spectacles enchantés” and toured France during two summers. She pursued her dance education in Italy and booked several national tv shows, summer tours, videos and movies as a dancer as well as modeling gigs. She consistently performed in a dinner theatre company in Florence for 5 years and had then the honor to be asked to step in as a choreographer.

She also performed with The Meltin Pot Dance Company / Italy who won numerous rewards in national and international dance competitions (Juste Debout / Paris, Dance Delight / Paris, Pinerolo Choreographic awards / Italy…) and was invited to perform one of their piece in New York City.

Marion first stepped into teaching by assisting her mentors and quickly developed her ability to transmit her passion and energy to others. Training is an important part of her dance life and she has been regularly travelling to learn from the best studios in Paris (Studio Harmonic, LAX Studios...), Italy (Opus Ballet, IALS Roma..) and more recently in the United States after she moved in with her husband to open their own business. Her training in America includes Broadway dance center and Alvin Ailey Dance in New York City, Millennium Dance Complex in Los Angeles and Chicago, Gotta Dance Atlanta, Dance 411, Groove2musik studios, Dance 101… in Atlanta, GA as well as Ballroom with Ballroom in Motion in Augusta.

Marion believes anyone with the passion for this art can learn how to dance and helps her students develop their creativity while building strong basis. She has been teaching kids and adults Hip Hop, Street Jazz, Modern and Heels for over 15 years. She teaches and choreographs for The North Augusta School of Dance competition team and her choreography has won numerous accolades. Finally, her love for performance led her to create her own dance crew called “Miscellaneous” which performs for local events and shows.


Brycen France: Hello! My name is Brycen France. I am from Augusta, Ga and I’m an upcoming college student at UNC School of the Arts, majoring in dance! I have trained under the direction of Sharon Mayfield, the North Augusta School of Dance, Davidson Fine Arts staff, Ailey Extension, and many more. I have trained in many styles of dance including Modern, Ballet, Jazz, Afro, Traditional African, Hip-Hop, and Vogueing. In this upcoming Vogue Style class, we will be learning at a more beginner level, but all are welcome. We will be focusing on the three styles of vogue, including old way, new way, and vogue femme. In these styles we will be learning about and applying the five elements of vogue! Can’t wait to Vogue the haus down with all of you!


DJ: Djibril Djigal, born in Germany and raised in the United States, is a dedicated choreographer with eight years of dance experience. He studied Modern, African dance and Hip Hop at Davidson Fine Arts, where he developed a unique style that combines the grounded movements of African dance with the fluidity of Hip Hop. Djibril has contributed to the dance community through his work on the *Dreamgirls* production in Augusta, GA, and his collaborations with Sharon Mayfield and the North Augusta School of Dance. His choreography is known for its vibrant energy and innovative blend of cultural and contemporary elements.


Josie Moore: A versatile and emerging artist from Newberry, South Carolina. In her early years of dance training, she attended the South Carolina Governor’s School for the Arts and Humanities. During her summers she has trained at the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theatre and Hubbard Street Dance Chicago. Josie’s dancing experience ranges from Classical ballet and Modern all the way to musical theatre. She is a graduate of The University of North Carolina School for the Arts majoring in contemporary dance. During her time at UNCSA she has performed a variety of works including, Robert Battles’, Battle Field. She has also worked in collaboration with Ashley Lindsey and Garen Scribner on separate short film projects.

Aside from her dance courses, Josie enjoys teaching dance to younger students, and gaining experience as an emerging choreographer. Upon graduation, Josie is interested in a deeper exploration into dance on film as the pandemic has forced us to look at the art form in different ways.

Josie prioritizes creating a safe space for all dancers when approaching work. She brings elements from her classical, modern, and contemporary training experience forward within each class. Exploring energetic pathways through space is an important principle as well in her class. Josie’s main goal is to allow dancers to feel comfortable with making artistic choices while forming a strong technical foundation.


Josh: coming soon

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