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Ashley Bias-Johnson was born in Crowley, Louisiana, and raised in Missouri City, TX. She is the Owner and Creative Director of Studio V Dance with over 30 years of experience in Jazz, Modern, Hip Hop, Lyrical, and Contemporary. She began her training at  Kids-N-Dance under Darlette Johnson-Bailey growing on to become a member of the LV Hightower High School Hi-Lites dance team where she served as both Lieutenant and Lt. Colonel. Her dance career continued as a member of the Dillard University Diamonds dance team in New Orleans, Louisiana. Ashley found her passion for teaching dance when she established the Missouri City Middle School Cougarettes dance team in 2005 which led the way for her to open Studio V Dance in 2012. For over 10 years, Ashley’s passion and dedication have led Studio V to multiple successes and awards including Best In Class Team, Technique Awards, Precision Awards, Highest Point Awards, Choreography Awards, Platinum and Double Platinum State and National Awards. As a tribute to Ashley's dedication to her community and dancers, In May of 2022, the city of Houston declared May 5th Studio V Dance Day. When not in the studio and community, Ashley is a full-time senior litigation paralegal at Abraham Watkins Law Firm, one of the most historical personal injury firms in the state of Texas. Of all the many hats she wears, the one Ashley is most proud of is being a mother to her 3 beautiful children, Mharlee, Marshall, and Mharlynn.

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Ashley V. Bias-Johnson

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Tip Tap Toe School of Dance

124 Banks Ave

Lafayette, LA 70506

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Justine Sampy

The Southern Belles Dance Company aims to foster a love of dance in young girls while also teaching them the importance of self-confidence, academic achievement, and community involvement. Our program is not just about teaching dance moves, but about nurturing well-rounded individuals who can take the skills they learn here and apply them to all areas of their life.

Our dancers have the opportunity to showcase their skills in several competitions throughout the year, In addition to these competitions, our dancers have also had the honor of performing as the opening act and halftime show at NBA basketball games. These experiences not only provide them with a platform to display their talents, but also with the thrill and excitement of performing in front of thousands of spectators.

At the Southern Belles Dance Company, we are committed to providing our dancers with the best possible experiences both in and out of the studio. We believe that our program offers a unique combination of dance training, personal development, and exciting performance opportunities, and we are proud of the positive impact we have on our students' lives.

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Thomika Andrews

Our mission is to create a studio full of joy and to let every student know dreams really can come true. Carolyn’s Dance Land is a studio dedicated to teaching correct dance technique, theory, and terminology for beginning through advanced students of all ages. We do not believe in over inflated prices for a lot of show. We believe in teaching the basics of the art form to provide a solid foundation both mentally and physically. This foundation enables the student to understand and perform dance at any level. It allows the student to appreciate the true beauty of the art form. 

Our students are our first priority. It is our goal that they receive a positive and excellent education in dance.

Krislynne Flowers


Black Ice Dance Company was founded in May of 2016, birthed out of BE Dance Studio by B.Pureese in Shreveport, Louisiana by owner and director, Brittany Pureese Pier. The passion behind this dance studio was rooted in giving back to the city of Shreveport, and surrounding areas. Since opening, BE Dance Studio has serviced over 300 dancers in the styles of Jazz, Hip Hop, Lyrical, Liturgical, and HBCU style dancing. Participating in community events, competitions, parades, and volunteer work in and throughout the community has been keen to the success of the dance team, Black Ice Dance Company. Dancers have had the opportunity to perform on major platforms such as the Millennium Tour for B2K (2019), Opening up for rapper, Juvenile and singer/songwriter Tevin Campbell at the Let The Good Times Roll Festival (Shreveport, LA), and hosting some of the biggest dance competitions in Northwest Louisiana. Black Ice Dance Company dancers have since been excelling in furthering their dance careers as members of the Jackson State University J-Settes, Grambling State University Orchesis Dance Company, and recently accepted into AMDA Performing Arts college, located in Los Angeles, California! The motto? To Elevate your creativity and LIFE through DANCE! With GOD, there is NO LIMIT!

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Krye' Walker

At Carolyn’s Dance Land, our students are discovering and developing their artistic side, and this builds their confidence. We want them to walk away from every class knowing that they have worked hard.The Principles at Carolyn’s Dance Land are simple and clear. Arts education empowers and defines self- esteem, discipline, creativity, and self confidence. These principles will become a part of each student whether they pursue a professional career or not. This is for life. We are absolutely committed to using

music, costume, and dance to express our feelings and emotions. Dancing at Carolyn’s Dance Land promotes self-esteem, patience, hard work, endurance, physical fitness, artistic expression, respect, and the ability to accept criticism gracefully. We are honored that you have chosen Carolyn’s Dance Land as a place for your child to grow! Our Motto is “Dance like EVERYONE is watching.”



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