Felicia began dancing at the age of nine at Arizona Desert Dance Power where she started her studies in styles of dance that included ballet, contemporary, jazz, modern, musical theatre, and tap. Upon entering high school, she joined Skyline High School’s dance company, Ascension, where she was presented with many opportunities to perform around the valley and choreograph for her peers. In her final year, Felicia was inducted into the National Honor Society for Dance Arts. In 2013, she began attending school at Mesa Community College where she furthered her education and training in dance. She performed with The MCC Dance Company for two years under the direction of Tina Rangel, and graduated in December of 2015 with an Associate of Arts-Fine Arts, Dance degree. This past summer, she was selected to train with Giordano Dance Chicago during their summer intensive. In addition to teaching company, team, and technique classes at Dance Attack, Felicia has also entered her first season as a company member with the Herberger Theater Center’s resident modern dance company, Center Dance Ensemble.
Stormi Helm started gymnastics at the age of 3 at Charles Harding Gymnastics and Dance in Nashville, Tennessee. She was an elite gymnast until age 7 where her passion took her over to cheerleading full time. She started cheer at age 5 at the United Gators in Nashville where my team won the National Championships at UCA Orlando, Florida. She continued to stay at United until her family moved to Denver, Colorado. She joined the Mile High Gym where she continued to compete.
At 9 her family relocated back to Nashville where she joined Prime Time Athletics until she was old enough for Hendersonville High School Cheer team in Tennessee. Once she hit the ninth grade her cheer leading flourished and she competed in 4 national level competitions. In her senior year she qualified for UCA Allstars Association and traveled to London.
She received a Scholarship from Ole Miss University where she cheered for 2 years under its Association.
Chris Bryant is professional Dancer, Singer, and Actor. She has spent many years in entertainment. Some of here Dance experience includes time with the San Francisco Ballet Company, American Ballet Theatre Company, Caracas Venezuelan Ballet Company, The Denver Civic Ballet Company, and the Terpsicore Ballet company in both Solo and Corp ballet dancing. She is a very talented sing and professional actor as well as teaching for Dance Attack.
Marvin "Gifted" Parulan was born and raised in the Philippines, he has been dancing from a young age. He started competing in dance competitions at age 11 (DxP, Freestyle, Gipit DC and Keps Squad) and was a dancer at Far Eastern University of Manila and different TV shows in the Philippines including mall tours and out of town shows.
Since moving to the United States in 2002, Marvin has achieved a number of accomplishments. Namely, he has directed and choreographed successful dance crews—Reborn, FP, Motion Theory, iAMSOGifted and iAMGifted. His dance crews have gone on to win many competitions and most recently, Motion Theory won the title of Phoenix’s Best Dance Crew at the America’s Best Dance Crew live tour.
Marvin has been teaching dance for 14 years through master classes, workshops, and studio classes. His dance skills are not limited to hip hop; he also has experience in ballroom dancing, jazz, contemporary, lyrical to modern. Marvin’s most significant achievement was finishing in the top 25 male finalists on So You Think You Can Dance, Season One. Marvin has worked with Helena Saraydian and Dee Dee Wood of Celebration of Dance. My big influence - Michael Jackson, my surroundings and my mom.