Our Staff

Cindy Brown
Owner & Director

Cindy began dancing at the age of 4 and became a dance instructor at the age of 15. She taught for 9 years at The Dance Studio in Orange Park under the direction of Linda Strickland while finishing high school and college. In 1985 Cindy was first runner up in the Miss Clay County Pageant with dance being her talent. During college she studied dance at Jacksonville University for one year and as soon as she graduated from the University of North Florida she opened her own business and took her talent to daycares offering parents the convenience and joy of their children dancing without the commute. Once Cindy began teaching high school, she added the role of dance team coach and led both the Clay High Devil’s Dance Team as well as the Golden Girls at Fleming Island High School. Cindy married her high school sweetheart, David, on May 17, 1986 and has 3 incredible children.

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Lauren McClure
Artistic Director

Lauren began dancing at the age of 4. She has trained in ballet, contemporary, pointe, tap, jazz and hip hop. She danced on both the Green Cove Springs Junior High and Fleming Island High Dance Teams. She has competed at several local competitions and has participated in numerous conventions to expand her dance experiences. She has been an instructor at All-Starz Dance Studio since 2003 and spent 3 years as a Jacksonville Jaguar Cheerleader. Lauren graduated from the University of North Florida majoring in Elementary Education, is currently a teacher at Shadowlawn Elementary and married her high school sweetheart, Kevin, on May 7, 2012.

“Dance has been my passion since the first modern class I took with Linda. I have been chasing that dream ever since and I am extremely excited to share my passion for dance with your children.” ~ Cindy

Ramsey Brightman began dancing at the age of seven years old under director Amy Lowe of the Performing Arts Center of Tallahassee.  Mostly trained in ballet, her extensive dance background also includes pointe, tap, jazz, lyrical, contemporary, acrobatics, modern, musical theater, and hip hop.  As she continued her dance career, she competed in many local, national, and even international competitions all over the country.  Ms. Brightman still holds the 2007 “Miss Young Senior” Title for Dance Educators of America in Orlando, Fl, and the title for “Miss International Dance Challenge” in 2004.  She was chosen to dance and compete with the American Academy of Ballet under Mignon Furman in New York City, and she also received a full scholarship to attend Dance Educator’s of America’s month long ballet seminar in Las Vegas, NV.  Here, she studied at the University of Las Vegas with Mia Michaels, Juan Sanchez, and Suzanne Ferrel.  Ramsey also participated in the Moscow Ballet Nutcracker as it toured the Southeastern part of the country. Now, Ramsey teaches several types of dance all over the Jacksonville area, and her choreography has received prestigious recognition and special awards. She graduated from University of North Florida in 2015 with her Bachelors in Health Science. When she’s not at the studio, Ramsey pursues her full time career working as a certified personal trainer at Brooks Rehabilitation Hospital, where she hopes to continue her education to become either a physical or occupation therapist.

Kalley Savoie began dancing at the age of four and has benefited from learning from three different dance studios starting at the age of four to eighteen. Kalley has trained in Ballet, Pointe, Contemporary, Tap, Hip Hop and Jazz. She began competing in dance competitions starting at the age of eight. Since Kalley graduated high school, she has been teaching at All-Starz Dance Studio while continuing her college education. With each passing year Kalley has gained more and more knowledge of the art of dance and continues to grow as a dance teacher by taking classes at local conventions.

Kortney Medlin started dancing at age 6. She went to Shenandoah University as a dance major in the conservatory studying the Nikolais Louis method of Modern. Kortney has taken classes from dancers and choreographers such as Nikolais Louis foundation, Gus Giordano faculty, Marty Kudelka, Napoleon and Tabitha Dumo, Brad Taylor, Jessica King of SYTYCD, Ryan Cyphert, Tina Caspary, Shane Sparks, Dejan Tubic, Darryl Retter, Justin Myles of Stomp and former Rockettes. She has been teaching dance since 2008 and is trained to teach ages 3 years to adult in Ballet, Jazz, Tap, Hip Hop, Lyrical, Modern, Theatre and Pointe. She married Josh in September 2014 and they welcomed their first baby boy in September of 2015!

Peyton Blair knew at the age of 3 that she wanted to dance and still can’t get enough of it. She began dancing in Nashville, TN where she trained in Classical Ballet, Pointe, Tap, Jazz, Contemporary and Hip Hop. She trained in modern as a member of “MoMovement”, a modern performance company. Peyton has been teaching many genres from ages 2 to adults while also traveling, performing, and taking master classes all over the US. She started Florida State College in 2017 on a full dance scholarship and performing with “DanceWORKS”. Her desire is to continue learning and traveling wherever her love and passion for dance may take her.

Allison began dancing at the age of just two. She trained under Denise Wall; mother of Travis Wall. She was chosen to represent her in the Denise Wall’s Dance Energy (DWDE) performance/competition company where she worked with Emmy winning choreographer Travis Wall as well as Jaimie Goodwin, Nick Lazzarini and many others from various seasons of SYTYCD and their choreographers. She also attended Governors School for the Arts for dance in Virginia.  Alli has been in multiple television commercials, CMT music videos, Chicago’s Thanksgiving Day parades, concerts and performed live in Time’s Square.

After graduating from her academic and arts high school, Alli returned to where it all began and received her BFA in dance from Jacksonville University. There, she attended the American college dance association, she was selected to be in multiple guest artist’s works and her choreography was recognized and chosen to be performed at Douglas Anderson School of the arts. Following college, Alli was chosen to be a guest performer at the 41st Annual Arts Awards Gala, she performed and taught with CooperMorgan Dance Company.

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