Our Team

Chuck Braswell

Chuck Braswell  has  been teaching American Style Ballroom Dance for over 19  years.  He competed in the Professional American Rhythm Division and was a finalist at many nationally recognized competitions,as well as taking many of his students to top level awards in the pro/am divisions. Chuck believes that dancing should be first and foremost an... more >

Dr. John Martin

Dr. John Martin obtained his Bachelors in Science Degree from the State University of New York at Syracuse and received his doctorate degree in 1995 from Life Chiropractic College West.  Dr. Martin’s practice has focused on the prevention and resolution of sports injuries through conservative treatment and vigorous physical rehabilitation and exercise therapy. In addition,... more >

Scott Rempfer

Even before typical pre-teen dreams of driving a car or going to the school prom entered his mind, Scott was busy putting plans in place for what he call a dream job—helping kids and people develop self-esteem, focus and discipline through sports, martial arts and professional training.  Scott said “I was getting so much out... more >

Sean Izett

Sean Izett has over 10 years of experience as a fitness trainer who specializes in functional movement and training. He has a certification from NASM, ACE and TRX suspension Training system. more >

Vanessa Kuly

Through the practice of conscious movement, Vanessa wishes to inspire students to connect with their own personal wisdom, achieve strength of mind and body and open up to their own expansive potential.  She discovered Yoga in 2006 as a powerful way to connect body and mind and has been studying intensely ever since. As a dancer... more >

Jessica Neideffer

Jessica Neideffer has studied and practiced Reiki since 2007 and has been working with Sound Healing Therapy since 2009. During her childhood she experienced many health issues. When she had pain, she would put her hands over the area, imagine the pain leaving, and it would subside.  She thought this was interesting, but did not... more >