Full Intensive: $225.00
Drop-In Rate : $25.00 per class
Registration Fee : $10 per dancer

Full Intensive : $375.00 
Drop-In Rate : $30.00 per class
Registration Fee : $10 per dancer


Lauren Schieffer Holley is a contemporary dance artist from Austin, Texas and currently based in the DFW area. She started dance training at the age of three and has experience in modern, contemporary, lyrical, ballet, tap, jazz, and hip- hop techniques. She served as second lieutenant and head of the hip-hop Funky Company of the Westlake Hyline Dance Team, was a Kilgore College Rangerette and Swingster, and has performed with the Texas State University Orchesis modern dance company and the Texas Woman's University Dance Lab. She holds a M.F.A. in Dance from Texas Woman’s University and B.S. in Dance with a minor in Spanish from Texas State University.

Lauren has performed nationally for recognized choreographers and she has performed at the McDonald’s Thanksgiving Parade, the AT&T Cotton Bowl Classic, Dallas Cowboys Halftime, American College Dance Festival, the Nasher Sculpture Center, Elation Carnival Cruise, and the Texas Dance Educator’s Association Convention.

Lauren has taught a variety of ages and dance genres and has thirteen years of experience in the dance studio context. In addition to acting as the Drill Company director at Dance Industry P.A.C., she is a professor of dance at Richland College and an adjudicator for Crowd Pleasers Dance. In 2014, she was a professor of dance at Texas Woman’s University. During the 2013-2014 school year, she instructed dance at Highland Park High School and worked with the Highland Belles Drill Team. Additionally, Lauren is certified to teach 9-12 dance in the state of Texas, taught as a Graduate Teaching Assistant at Texas Woman’s University from 2012-2013, and served as a staff member of Starmakers Dance and Performance Camps from 2006-2008. Lauren has taught choreography and master classes for studios and drill teams across Texas. Her choreography has won high scores, awards, and scholarships.



Quinton lived in Los Angeles for 5 years and was represented by Bloc Talent Agency. He has worked with many famed celebrities, including Years and Years, Jennifer Lopez, Beyonce, Angie Stone, Snoop Dogg, Salt & Pepa, Kylie Minogue, Clay Aiken, Solange Knowles, Parker Posey and Chris Katan. His T.V./film credits include Nickelodeon’s All That and Taina, Soul Train, Trading Spaces, Varsity Blues, Honey, Adam and Steve and Dreamgirls. He has done commercials, industrials and print work for: So You Think You Can Dance,  iPod, Motorola, Nintendo, Diesel and Levi Jeans, Nike, 7-up and Pepsi. 

Quinton is now back in Austin, TX.  In Austin, he owned his own dance studio, The Dance Spot, for 12 years and was the artistic director of Rise Dance Company. He was photographed by New York Times bestselling author/photographer Jordan Matter for his latest book, Dancers After Dark. Quinton choreographed Legally Blonde for Georgetown Palace Theater in 2017.  His life purpose is to inspire and mentor through the art of dance. Quinton recently passd  his Mblex, and is now a licensed massage therapist. 

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My name is Lexi Moisan and I started dancing at the age of two. I was a competitive dancer for 8 years starting at Power House of Dance in Dallas and finishing my last two years at Legacy Dance Center in Frisco. I graduated from Hebron High School and was a dance officer for two years on the drill team. I continued my education at Kilgore College for two years and was selected for the 80th line of the World Famous Kilgore College Rangerettes. I’m currently attending Texas A&M university and getting my degree In university dance concentration studies with a double minor in youth development and leadership skills. 


Liz Nguyen is loved by students and parents alike for her lovable, bubbly personality and her ability to individualize her lessons to each dancer’s body type. Injury prevention is of the utmost importance to Liz. She has a B.S. in Kinesiology from the University of Texas at Arlington; she has a passion for the biomechanics of the human body and that knowledge gives her a unique perspective on teaching dance and Acro. Liz is certified by the Acrobatic Arts to instruct the techinque of Acrodance. She anticipates certification through Alixa Flexibility and Progressive Ballet Technique in July 2018 and continues learning and growing as a teacher and performer.

She has studied various dance techniques for over 21 years and she danced competitively for 10 years. She was on her highschool, John Paul II High School’s Drill Team, as an officer and choreographed for the team. Liz has studied with local artists and companies such as: Jamie Thompson, Darrell Cleveland, Katelyn Harris, Joshua Peugh, Dark Circles Contemporary Dance, Giovanni Allen, Lonnie Hightower, Jill Rucci, and Alex Nowlin. Liz’s performance highlights include: 8&1 Dance Company, Texas Legends Dancers, and Richland College performance company. She currently dances with and choreographs for Dichotomy Dance Company, created by Alex Nowlin, who will make their debut in the Fall of 2018.