AJ (also known as Adrian) was born and raised in Madison, Wi. As a kid he always loved music, so of course the love of dance wasn’t too far behind. He started taking ballroom classes when he was eleven yrs. old and has been doing it ever since. He started taking hip hop classes when he was sixteen and found an entirely different side of dance that he had only seen in movies and videos! He loves that dance has the ability to speak emotion without ever saying a word. Dancing has been such a big outlet for him and his hope is to show people that they too can use dance in a therapeutic way. Nothing brings the positive emotions out of you like dancing does!
On a more personal note, when asked to give a glimpse of who AJ is a person, he thought it was really important to share that he likes monkeys and apes….but also really likes tigers and dragons. Also, he likes ice cream, but prefers Sherbert (even though that is not really ice cream lol). Oh, and when you meet him, don’t forget to ask him to share the screwdriver story with you lol.
Whether you are preparing for a wedding, want a new hobby, want to ignite the spark in your marriage or just plain wanna boogie down with a dance professional, they'd love to be your guides! Come join their dance family and....
After completing their studies at UW-Madison, Zeke and Pamela found themselves falling in love with ballroom dancing. It was then they began teaching and competing professionally as members of the National Dance Council of America, Somehow, life led them back to the Fox Valley where they devoted themselves to bringing a fun, easy-going dance experience to everyone they taught. They currently work with students across a wide range of ages and dance experience. With Pamela's background in gymnastics and Zeke's background in hip-hop and African dance, they have been able to provide their students with a unique and personalized approach to their dance experience. They've had the privilege of watching their students' love for dancing grow as they learn at a pace that's comfortable for them. There's no greater joy than hearing a student tell them how much dance has changed their life for the better.