the dream team
Stage Hip Hop 101
& Intro To Hip Hop
"My class will be focusing on intention and story telling through movement. I teach industry style/commercial hip hop with a “tour life” framework."
"My class will have included a commercial style of dance mixed with hip-hop, jazz, dancehall, and sassy elements. Come ready to be challenged in class while having a great time."
"Flow yoga class specifically designed to enhance your dance skills! Stretch and strengthen your Dance Body. All levels welcome."Peace,
- Chrys Kub, PT ERYT 500
"POPthis is a class I created that's inspired by the Pro style of dance. This class embodies the versatility of jazz & hip hop while embracing your athleticism and inner sassiness"
Beginners Hip Hop
"My class is energy focused, influenced by music and individual personalities. I focus on freedom of expression by utilizing Hip Hop, House, African, Contemporary, and my Flirtatious “Come-Hither” Improv Chair Dances."
Tiffany Jackson is originally from High Point, NC. She graduated from High Point Central and attended North Carolina A&T State University in which she continued her studies in dance and child development. As her professional dance career blossomed, she decided to take her talents down to “South Beach” Miami, FL where she became a Miami Heat Dancer and performed for events from the Oprah WW tour to Monet Hair conferences and choreographed for artists such as Trina, Uncle Luke and the 2 Live Crew, DJ Khaled and more. She's back and now offering her talents back in her hometown.
ALISHA "AC" CLARK
"This class focuses on texture, musicality, purpose, connection, and projection through learning and performing choreography. Dancers will work on differences between stage performance, film performance, audition techniques, and the importance of taking chances during class."
"I created and trademarked AfroSass in 2018 and it is the root of ALL music intersecting with the attitude of your strut. West African music is the vibe and the SASS will bring class to life!"
Contemporary: Shapes, Space & Time
This class is all about storytelling through the body and expressing self through technique, grooves, and emotions.
Heels vs. Sassy Sneakers
"Winston-Salem made me, Charlotte raised me!" Tifah was a member of the Carolina Bombshells, professional cheerleading squad. She recently performed in Atlanta with Da Baby. Her other credits include creating choreography for PrettyPhyne, Cereon, Beautiful Alina, Samoht, and JBirdTheGreat. She has choreographed and performed at Taste of Charlotte.
WAYNE "STORMI" BOYD
Born and raised in Columbia, SC, Stormi has taught Hip Hop at Clemson University and to various artists including Jody Watley. Currently, Stormi resides in Charlotte, NC where he is a hip hop, competition teacher, and NBA Dancer in the Hive Hip Hop Crew for the Charlotte Hornets. His greatest wish is to give by sharing his talent for dance, be an inspiration to many, and help someone else pursue their dreams.
Hip Hop ReDefined
Hip Hop ReDefined: "......Sometimes smooth, sometimes hard....dance ReDeFined by the music."
"My Beginner Hip Hop dance class is for beginners to learn at their pace and to refine skills."
Sassy Hip Hop
"My class will have hard-hitting moves, a sexy flair, and lots of attitude!"- Charity
JEROME "JNUG" HILL
All About Choreography
Jerome’s exquisite and unique style specializes in Hip Hop, Street Jazz, Musicality, and Performance. Alumni to “MTV’s America’s Best Dance Crew (Distorted X)” and “Monsters of Hip Hop (RoadTrip).” He has been trained and worked with choreographers such as Napoleon & Tabitha D’umo, Jamal Sims, Dave Scott, Kevin Maher, and Rhapsody James. Jerome has been teaching, touring, and performing in the industry with 15-plus years of experience.
Contemporary & Hip Hop
Mary-Beth has taught at several different studios with students ranging from 2-18 years old. Along with teaching, Mary-Beth has been a Charlotte Checkers Checkmate, performed at Breakin' Convention, been part of high profile flash mobs, danced at the Best of the Best Awards and CIAA, and she has been a dancer for several music artists. "I can't teach passion, but I can share mine." As a teacher she strives to inspire her students to reach their full potential and push themselves to be the best dancer they can be
" My hip hop classes will have new age style focusing on individuality, personality and storytelling through the embodiment of moves!"
founder, ceo & co-owner
coo & co-owner
Ana's career as a dance entrepreneur began in 2010 and in 2012 she founded NC Dance District: Charlotte's 1st industry style hip-hop dance studio for adults. In 2019, Ana decided to create AnaOnDemand to share her unique class style with her followers outside of Charlotte.
You might recognize Ana from an NBA dance team roster with the Charlotte Bobcats, now the Charlotte Hornets, or from CIZE infomercials where she's dancing alongside Fitness Celebrity Shaun T! A UNCC alum and former Goldduster, Ana began her professional dance career during her sophomore year of college back in 2004. Since then, she has trained at top dance studios in London, New York & L.A. She has also worked for the Oxygen Network, filmed 2 Coca-Cola commercials, and even been featured as a fitness talent for Beachbody.
For every major accomplishment, Ana can pinpoint when she knew God stepped in to make things happen. You see, Ana's story to success is very unique and still developing. Each and every one of her accolades comes with a testimony filled with trials, tribulations and triumphs. Ana contributes all of her success to an audacious faith in Jesus Christ and His promise over her life. Ana stands tall as a Believer and works daily on her walk with Christ.
As the founder of NC Dance District, she has proven to be a fearless pioneer in the Charlotte dance community. A non-traditional dancer to say the least, Ana began her dance training right in her living room before attending actual dance classes at the age of 15. Ana passionately and diligently worked towards her dreams and is now a sought after talent with works featured in music videos, short films and live shows throughout Charlotte and the Southeast area.
As a rule of thumb, Ana lives by the simple concepts of authenticity and intentions. In her eyes, good people DO finish first and what is meant for you, is meant for YOU!
In an effort to spread the love and benefits of dance with individuals from all walks of life, Ana Ogbueze launched the performance based non profit called, “Project: FULL OUT”. One of Ana's greatest joys is uncovering ways to serve others through her gifts. This program, also known as PFO, thrives on the campaign “Push For Opportunities” - Push for opportunities to dance, connect and discovery! The Project: FULL OUT program began as a passion project and over the past 7 years has evolved in a movement for dream makers and touring show!
The ability to connect with others through movement is one of Ana’s greatest gifts, and any opportunity to share that gift with others is what drives her. Once the seed was planted in her to start her own dance business and non - profit she decided to do it all on faith and never look back!
Kellye Hall does it all! A “Jill of all trades,” early in life she was able to thrive in a variety of areas including academics, athletics, and the arts. She was always a natural dancer and even took tap and ballet classes as a child, but hip-hop was her passion. Growing up in rural Soul City, there were no hip-hop classes, so she and a group of friends came up with their own choreography, imitating popular artists of the time such as TLC.
Being a lover of music, she joined the band and took up the saxophone as early as 6th grade. This led to her growing into a leader and eventually becoming drum major of her high school band. Being Aggie-born, she was destined to be a member of the Blue and Gold Marching Machine at North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University, like her father and uncle. She was determined to lead the band as drum major and she achieved her goal, unknowingly becoming the first female drum major in the band’s history. Due to the band’s popularity, they became the official band of the Carolina Panthers, allowing Kellye to perform for crowds of over 70,000 people. She also joined the Theta Zeta Chapter of Tau Beta Sigma National Honorary Band Sorority, Incorporated and choreographed musical transitions for the step team in a number of step shows.
However, she knew from the age of two that her calling in life was to be a doctor. While she enjoyed dancing and performing in college, it was always only something to keep her busy while she was ultimately preparing to give her life to medicine. Her performing was halted, only to be revived yearly at A&T’s homecoming, when alumni band members join the ranks with the University band to relive undergraduate days.
In 2018, she took her first hip-hop dance class at NC Dance District and instantly her passion for dance was renewed. After performing in Project: FULL OUT, she was finally able to live the life of a dancer, even if it was only locally. Once Ana, the studio’s founder, decided she wanted to pursue other projects, Kellye felt her purpose in life was shifting to serve people in a different way, through the art of dance. Though she spent most of her adult life as an Emergency Physician, she knew God was calling her to lead the studio. With Ana’s mentoring and guidance, Kellye has taken a leap of faith that she can not only physically help people through medicine, but now she can spiritually and emotionally help people by encouraging them to grow as dancers and in life in general. Giving all glory to God, she knows how to bring out the best in people and she strives to continue the work Ana has started so that people can live out whatever dreams they desire.