MEET OUR STUDENT ASSISTANTS!
Nina Greenhouse began dancing at the age of two, training in ballet, tap, jazz, and hip hop. She has had the pleasure of studying many styles of dance from professional choreographers and instructors in Los Angeles, New York, Virginia, and Dallas. Throughout her dance experience, she has performed with such artists as Destiny’s Child, LeeAnn Rhimes, and Creed as well as appearances on television shows and commercials.
In addition to formal dance training, Nina attends regional and national dance conventions and dance seminars across the United States including Musical Theater and Acting workshops in New York, as well as interviews and other professional dance experiences and opportunities nationwide. Nina applies her experience and knowledge to her teaching methods. She offers the most current and effective technique strategies to her students.
Nina has been teaching dance since 2002 in studios across the Fort Worth area. Nina’s dancers have received numerous regional and national titles, Grand Championships and numerous special judges’ recognition awards. She has also earned Technical Excellence, choreography and costume awards at various dance competitions. Along with teaching ballet, tap, jazz, hip hop, and lyrical as a dance studio instructor, Nina has also choreographed and created costumes for the Dallas Cowboys Cheerleader auditions. Her choreography and costumes have been highlighted for their technically dynamic quality and entertainment factors. She has also brought her dynamic teaching style to her dance intensives, audition preparation classes and coaching sessions across North Texas.
As Studio Director of G-Force Dance Legacy, Nina combines her studies in Early Childhood Education, studies and experience in dance education, passion, and unique style to immerse her students in the art and discipline of dance.
Mia Greenhouse has trained in various styles of dance, including ballet, pointe, jazz, lyrical, hip hop, and musical theatre in California, New York, Virginia, and Texas since age of 2. She has studied with numerous choreographers and attended various dance competitions and conventions throughout her dance career.
Mia began her professional cheerleading career with the Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders in 2009. As a Dallas Cowboys Cheerleader, Mia has shared her love for dance with thousands of young dancers at the Camp DCC dance camps. Mia has also Performed with artists such as Enrique Iglesias, Jessie James, and Kenny Chesney and has also made TV appearances on Good Morning Texas, Sportscenter, Oprah, CMT’s Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders: Making the Team, and many other commercials and professional media. Along with her many experiences as part of the organization, Mia has also been fortunate to be a part of the DCC Show Group traveling team, traveling across the Country and overseas to South Korea, Japan, and the Persian Gulf on USO tours to perform and thank our troops. She feels honored to have attended her third USO tour. Now as a retired Dallas Cowboys Cheerleader, Mia has the honor of continuing her work as an All-Star Dallas Cowboys Cheerleader performing at games, appearances, and special events.
Mia combines her creativity and the inspiration she gains from working with her many dance students in her choreography. She is very passionate about dance and the journey in the growth of all the dancers at G-Force Dance Legacy.
Charis Alimanova began her training at the Space Coast Ballet Academy in Florida with Kirov Ballet dancers Janna Kirova and Boris Chepelev. From 2006 through 2009, she trained at the Kirov Academy of Ballet in Washington DC and graduated with a diploma in the Vaganova Technique. She has performed as Juliet in Romeo and Juliet, The Bird in Peter and the Wolf, Clara in The Nutcracker, and as Cinderella in Cinderella. Charis is excited to begin her third season with Texas Ballet Theater and loves sharing her passion for Ballet with her students.
Glenn Arceneaux has spent 35 years Gymnast (active) 2015 training as well as 25 years as a Gymnastics Instructor (active) 2015. Glenn has enjoyed his experiences as a principal gymnast, stunt actor, and professional dancer. He was also the director level in pre-competition recreational gymnastics for 2013-21 Womens Junior Olympic Compulsory Program. Glenn has a BA Liberal Arts in Theatre. He achieved comprehensive undergraduate education through theory, practice, and research while participating in future direction skills in various aspects of Theatre Arts at University of Texas at Arlington.
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Jaydn (Hip Hop)
Caroline (Company, Acrobatics, Ballet & Jazz)
Madison R. (Ballet and Acrobatics)
Kenzie H. (Tap)
Rylie G. (Acrobatics, Ballet & Jazz)
Amaya A. (Ballet & Jazz)