Salena Streenz has been dancing since the age of seven. She grew up in the studio performing, competing and student teaching. She was a member of the World Famous Tyler Junior College Apache Belles 50th and 51st line performing all over Texas. After college, Salena moved to Dallas and opened her own studio in Carrollton teaching all styles of dance to all ages. Salena served as the director of the Carrollton Christian Academy Angel Dance Team and then directed the Prestonwood Christian Academy Lionette Drill Team until a job transfer took her and her family to Southern California. During her time in California, she trained with some of the top instructors in the L.A. area and directed the Saddleback Church Dance Ministry. She performed as a soloist alongside television and music industry talents in holiday shows, charity concerts and special events. Salena has been teaching dance in Frisco for the past seven years.
Salena brings more than 30 years of dance experience and 26 years of teaching experience, as well as extensive studio management and performance company direction experience to All Out Dance Academy.
Salena and her husband Shannon are proud parents of their two beautiful daughters Sydney and Savannah.
Salena is a phenomenal dance instructor. I've had the privilege of studying under her for years and can attest to her expertise, organizational skills and unparalleled talent. What's more, she makes dancing so fun! She is patient, gives clear instruction, and is so encouraging. I highly recommend her!
Hailey studied jazz, ballet, lyrical, tap and won various awards from dance competitions and conventions. She graduated from Lake Travis High School in Austin, Texas where she was a two-year member and senior lieutenant of the 36th line of the Cavalettes dance and drill team. Hailey is a graduate of Tyler Junior College where she received her Associates of Fine Arts degree in dance. While enrolled at Tyler Junior College, she was a member of the 72nd line of the Apache Belles dance team and a founding member and secretary of the Chi Tau Epsilon dance organization. She is currently attending The University of North Texas in Denton working towards her Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in dance. Hailey is thrilled to share her love of dance with all of the students at All Out Dance Academy.
Colleen's love of dance began at the age of three. She danced competitively through grade school winning numerous awards and scholarships at conventions and competitions. Colleen also participated in competitive and high school cheerleading where she served as both JV and Varsity captain. She is a Texas Tech University graduate with a BA in Dance and a BA in Advertising. In college, she was President of Dancers With Soul Hip Hop Dance Team and a member of the University Dance Company. Now, she is a Dance Teacher and Drill Team Director in Prosper ISD.
Colleen has trained extensively in jazz, hip hop, modern, ballet and tap. She loves to explore the physics of dance while staying in touch with a somatic approach. She believes dance is an important form of communication and expression and hopes to share her passion with students and the community.
Ashley started dancing at age 3 in all classical genres and later trained with Missy Crain Dance Studios in Monroe, LA. becoming Mrs. Crain’s Assistant. She also performed as a Principal Dancer in the studio with leading roles in Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, Peter Pan’s Adventures in Neverland, and the Pas de Deux in Hansel and Gretel. Ashley also danced solos in Cinderella, Sleeping Beauty, and Alice in Wonderland. She was a Senior Performing Company member of this Award-Winning Competition Squad and performed at The Miss Louisiana Pageant and Walt Disney World’s Magic Kingdom. She attended many dance conventions such as Tremaine, LADF, NYCDA, Showbiz, LA Dance Magic, West Coast Dance Explosion, and was awarded a summer-long scholarship to Tremaine Dance Studios in Los Angeles, CA. and also named LA Dance Magic’s “Magic Performer”. Ashley was a soloist and Artist in Residence for Twin City Ballet Company in Monroe, LA for 8 years under the direction of Linda Lavender Ford. She danced major roles in The Nutcracker, Rudolph, Scrooge, The Messiah, Peter and the Wolf, and Don Quixote. She regularly attended the Regional Dance America Ballet Festival held all over the Southern states, performed at many of their Gala events, and won several scholarships there, including a full scholarship to Joffrey Ballet Summer Intensive Program. She was selected by Dance Magazine for a scholarship to the Craft & Choreographers Conference in Salt Lake City, Utah and was a chosen member of a performing group for the USA International Ballet Competition held in Jackson, MS. Other professional experience includes performing on CBS This Morning, Soloist and Principal Dancer for Louisiana Delta Ballet Company in Monroe, LA and Ballet Instructor for their Junior Company members. Ashley is a certified Ballet Teacher with Southern Association of Dance Masters.
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Ashley has been dancing since she was 2 years old and has grown up performing and competing. She has trained in ballet, pointe, jazz, contemporary, lyrical, hip hop, tap, and musical theater. She auditioned and has attended jazz and contemporary summer intensives at The Joffrey Ballet School, and has earned many dance awards, scholarships, and titles. Ashley’s solo and group choreography has won multiple awards and recognition. Ashley’s passion is teaching dance to others and helping them succeed. Currently, Ashley serves as the Lieutenant Captain for the Talonette Drill Team at Prosper High School.
Leslie is a native Texan and graduate of Dallas’ Skyline High School. While dancing on her high school drill team she discovered her love for performing and her passion for teaching. She has since spent the last 29 years performing and teaching dance throughout the U. S. as well as France, Germany, and Switzerland. Her dance training began at the age of 5, at Mary Lois School of Dance. Her career has since developed into a professional career with such credits as performing for the National Football League, National Basketball Association, National Soccer League, the Major Indoor Soccer League and Booker T. Washington High School for the Performing Arts. Leslie’s involvement with professional sports began in 1990 when she was selected as one of the 36 Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders from a field of over 300. In 1991, Leslie began dancing for the NBA’s Dallas Mavericks and she continued entertaining basketball fans as a Dallas Mavs Dancer for the next five years, receiving recognition in 1996 as the Dallas Mavs Dancer of the year and Dancer with the most positive influence in 1997. Leslie joined the dance team for the Dallas Burn, Dallas’ outdoor soccer team which ultimately morphed into FC Dallas. She was the founding Co-Director of the professional dance team for the MISL Dallas Sidekicks as well as the founding Director of the NBA D-Leagues Texas Legends Dancers in Frisco, Texas. She regularly choreographs award winning routines throughout Texas and the U. S. She often serves as a guest instructor and professional adjudicator for MA Dance, Crowd Pleasers, Spirit Celebration, Half-Time Entertainment (HTE) & Encore. Leslie has served as Director, Manager, Instructor and Cheer team Director at several studios in the area over years. Leslie has been married to her husband Scott for 23 years and resides in McKinney, Texas and is the proud mother of 21 year old daughter, Madison, and 19 year old daughter, Kennedy.
Kristina is a Dallas native who fell in love with dance at an early age. Her mother introduced her to musicals and her love of dance exploded from there. She attended Lake Highland High School where she was a member of the award-winning Highlandettes and fell in LOVE with drill team and that fostered her continued study of dance even more. She graduated from Baylor University with a degree in Journalism and Broadcast Management. While she was there, she taught dance at two studios, took dance at another local studio, and choreographed for her sororities “SING” event each year. She has been a dance teacher and cheer coach since she was 17 years old. She was an inaugural cheerleader for the Western Professional Hockey League and has coached many award-winning cheer and dance teams. She was a senior staff member for HalfTime Entertainment (HTE) and has choreographed and judged throughout the DFW and Central Texas area. She also teaches her other passion at Wakeland High School where she is the photojournalism teacher and yearbook adviser. She and her husband Kyle have been married for 24 years, and have two children, Ashleigh (her little dancer) who is 17, and Evan (her little athlete in about every sport) who is 13. Kristina is SO excited to be teaching and working with the company at AODA. “It’s exciting to see something grow from the ground up - and I’m blessed to be a part of it.”
Kristen has been coaching acrobatics for 5+ years in both competitive gymnastics and aerial arts. She performed for 3 years in Dallas and Florida as an acrobat before going to college where she is in the last half of her degree study in Cognitive Neuroscience and Psychology at UT Dallas. Kristen is so excited to coach and mentor young dancers, not only in their growth as athletes but also in their growth as young people.
From Atlanta, Georgia, Miss Dana fell in love with dance at age 8 at North Georgia Dance and Music Factory, where she started her dance training, and where she eventually became Assistant Dance Director. Dana has since trained at Dance FX in Athens, GA and Kirkland Dance Center in Kirkland, WA. She has attended American Ballet Theatre's Summer Intensive and taken countless dance classes across the country and abroad. Dana has performed at Atlanta's Pride Festival and also in Bad Book's music video "You Wouldn't Have to Ask”. Miss Dana taught many different styles of dance in Atlanta, at both North Georgia Dance and Music Factory and The Studio Atlanta Dance.
While finishing her bachelors degree at DePaul University in Chicago, she coached competition teams at Lisa’s School of Dance and Elite Dance Company in the Chicagoland area, specializing in Jazz and Lyrical and earning many Top 10 Placements and Judge’s Choice Awards for her choreography.
Miss Dana loves animals almost as much as she loves to dance, and volunteers regularly at the Dallas Zoo. She also loves her two dogs, Willow and Maple (but has more pets!) and her fiancé, Ian.
Bio coming soon!!