OFFICE HOURS

 

MONDAY-FRIDAY

3:30PM-7:00PM

SATURDAY

9:00AM-11:00AM

ADDRESS

Powerhouse Dance Studio, LLC

26801 Old 41 Road Suite 5

Bonita Springs, FL 34135

 

239.319.8400

powerhouse-dance-studio.com

alyssadyanjimenez@gmail.com

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POWERHOUSE DANCE Staff

Alyssa Jimenez

    It has always been Alyssa's dream to own a studio. That dream has now to be fruition.  Studio Owner and Competition Director, Alyssa Jimenez has been training in dance since a very young age in Miami. She grew up dancing competitively and was the captain of her college dance team. Alyssa moved over to Ft. Myers to attend FGCU and has been working at Bonita Dance as an advanced and competition instructor since 2014. 

     Ms. Alyssa's award winning choreography can be seen by our Bonita Dance competition team each season, and has received choreography awards, entertainment awards and top overall scores each season.

     Alyssa works well with every level of dancer and specializes in rhythm tap, jazz & contemporary styles of dance. She also teaches our Boys Only classes, street jazz, hip hop, improv, conditioning, leaps and turns and tumble. 

Kristina Adamski

      Kristina Adamski has been training as a competition dancer and performer for over 27 years in Orlando and South West Florida. She grew up in a local studio, training in Broadway Tap, Lyrical, Ballet & Jazz, winning many awards as a student and leading her high school dance team. 

     From early on, Kristina has worked with every age group and every level of dancer, specializing in Tap, Jazz, Lyrical, Pom, and High Kick, with special coaching certificates in flag, sabre and riffle for auxiliary / guards. She enjoys working with beginners most, seeing their growth in both technique and love of dance over the season. 

     Kristina judges for a national competition, BRAVO! and runs an online competition judging website, PRIMA DANCE CRITIQUES. 

 

Crissy Hardin

    

     At the age of 11, Crissy started training at the Joffrey Ballet School in New York City as the youngest in their Trainee Scholarship program. When she had free time, she attended classes at Broadway Dance Center and Steps. 

      She studied as the only American invited to the Royal Academy of Dancing in London, England. 

       Crissy went on to perform with the Westchester Ballet and New York Theatre Ballet. 

      She began teaching at local studios and her dancers have won multiple titles, special judges awards, and overalls. Her choreography in jazz and lyrical/contemporary has earned her various special choreography awards.