• Nicole Lucia Owner/Artistic Director/DPC Director

    Nicole Lucia was born and raised in San Diego, California. Trained as a competitive dancer in her youth, Niki set her sights on a career pursuing dance. She danced three years with the San Diego Charger Girls Dance Team and in her final season was selected by the NFL as a participant in the Pro Bowl.

  • Elena Baltovick DACB Director

    Elena Baltovick began her classical ballet studies at the age of nine in her native Kiev, Ukraine at the National Choreographic Ballet School of Ukraine where she went on to dance with the National Theatre of Opera and Ballet.

  • Nicole Hogg Contemporary

    Nicole Hogg has trained in all styles of dance since she was three years old. Growing up in the Bay Area, she attended Dance Academy USA and later The Dance Company of San Francisco, under the direction of Chris Jacobsen and Sonya Tayeh.

  • Tiffani King Technique/Jazz & Lyrical

    Tiffani King is from San Diego and graduated, with honors, from Cal State San Marcos with a bachelor degree in communication. She has been teaching dance for 18 years and specializes in variations of jazz, lyrical, musical theater and contemporary.

  • Ashley Lee Technique

    Ashley Lee is a native of San Diego, California and has taught at various studios and high schools throughout the San Diego and Orange County areas since a young age. Ashley has won Regional and Nationals titles for high school, All-Star and collegiate dance competitions. She is a four-time world champion in International Jazz and Pom.

  • Michelle Maasz DACB/Ballet

    Michelle Maasz began her dance training at age nine under the direction of Cassandra Crowley at the School of Canton Ballet, where she had the opportunity to work with internationally renowned guest artists, including Laura Alonso (Ballet National de Cuba) and Rochelle Zide-Booth (Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo).

  • Megan McBride Moore DPAC Tap Co Director

    True to the rhythm, eager to be on time, and dedicated to the dancers that came before her, Megan McBride Moore has a unique blend of styles that makes her a standout in the tap community.

  • Nick Meola Contemporary

    Nick Meola started his formal dance training at the age of sixteen, after moving to Scottsdale, Arizona. He has since trained in many dance styles of dance, such as contemporary, jazz, ballet, and hip-hop at multiple studios in the Phoenix area.

  • Jackie Mougel Club Director/Tiny Tots/Technique/Acro

    Jackie Mougel has a Bachelors of Arts in Visual and Performing Arts from Cal State San Marcos University and danced competitively for several years in southern California. She has been with Danceoloogy since they opened their doors where she started as a student and transitioned to a teacher in 2004.

  • Julia Pearson Tiny Tot & Diva Division Director/Instructor

    Julia Pearson has been a dance instructor for the past fourteen years, teaching children from the ages of 3 years old to 8 years old. She was a student of ballet, tap, and jazz at Kathy Haller School of Dance in Los Angeles and a student of ballet, jazz, and musical theatre at Rozann Zimmerman Ballet Center in Los Angeles for 10 years.

  • Rachel Sebastian Ballet/Technique

    Rachel Sebastian began her training in classical ballet at the age of 8. She entered into the Cecchetti method of ballet under the direction of Sylvia Palmer Zetler (National Ballet of Canada) and was awarded high commendations in her syllabus exams.

  • Caitlyn Silvas Ballet

    Caitlyn Silvas began dancing at the age of 2 and grew up training all genres of dance including ballet, jazz, lyrical, contemporary, tap, and hip-hop. When she turned 9 years old she realized her true love classical ballet and began to focus on training intensely for a professional career.

  • Alexa Huey Administration / Teacher

    Alexa Huey is a San Diego native and has been trained in various styles of dance from the age of five years old. Alexa’s passion for dance blossomed when she was a student at Danceology. She competed as a member of Danceology’s Performance Company under the direction of Nicole Lucia, where she won numerous scholarships from various competitions and conventions.

  • Reka Gyulai Teacher

    Reka Gyulai from Hungary received her professional training at the Hungarian Dance Academy in Budapest, Hungary, where she was trained by prominent ballet figures including Imre Dozsa, Zoltan Solymosi, and Mark Diamond. Reka was a finalist at the International Ballet Competition in Vienna in 2004. In 2006 she received the prestigious Elvina Vecsei Prize, and a Scholarship of the Republic from the Hungarian Ministry of Education.

  • Allison Hill Instructor

    Allison grew up and trained as a young student in San Diego. In her late teens, she began taking a class from Chance Taylor and Claudia Gomez. Two teachers that provided new influence on her tap dancing and approach.

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