Courtney Delaney Bowen
Studio Owner/ Director

Courtney has over twenty years of experience dancing,  training, and performing in a wide variety of dance techniques.  Beginning at a young age, Courtney began training in ballet, jazz, and tap from a variety of studios across the United States.  At the age of 14, Courtney began dancing in her first ballet company, Kingwood Dance Theater in Texas.  Upon moving to California, she then began dancing with Folsom Lake Civic Ballet.  During this time she performed at Regional Dance America’s Southwest Festival , and in numerous ballets including “The Nutcracker”, ”Cinderella”, and  the lead inCoppélia”

Courtney toured with the competition group Impact around northern California competing at a variety of conventions, where she had the opportunity to train with professional choreographers such as Mia Michaels, Desiree Robbins, and Susie Miller-Fuentes.

During her time in college, Courtney danced and captained the UC San Diego Dance Team, which ranked second nationally in their division.  Also, during her college career, Courtney trained in modern and contemporary with many local and world renowned choreographers such as Allyson Green, Patricia Rincon, and Jean Issacs.  Courtney still continues performing and has performed in the “Voices of San Diego Dance Theater”, as well as San Diego Dance Theater’s “Trolley Dances”.   Courtney received her BA with honors from UC San Diego, and also received her Teaching Credential from San Diego State. 

Throughout her dancing career, Courtney also continually developed her musical abilities, and participated in a wide variety of musicals.  She is excited to extend this love of music by bringing the nationally proclaimed early childhood music program Music Together to All Star Dance.

As the owner and lead instructor at All Star Dance, she instills her passion for dance and music into all her students, and makes All Star a fun, safe learning environment for all her students.


Katilynne Van’t Hul

Katilynne started dancing at age 4. She received her training from Jump Dance and Performing Arts Center where she studied ballet, jazz, tap, acro tumbling, hip hop, modern, lyrical, and musical theater. Katilynne starred in leading roles in their productions such as Alice in Wonderland, Oliver Twist, Snow Queen, and Cinderella. At Jump Dance, she was also on the competition team which led her to win awards such as “Most Distinguished Dancer”, “Style and Grace”, as well as placing in the overalls at numerous competitions. She has also auditioned and been accepted to summer intensive programs such as Riverside Ballet, Ballet Pacifica, City Ballet of San Diego, Kirov Ballet, American Ballet Theater, Boston Ballet, and Alonzo King’s Lines Ballet. In 2008, Katilynne accepted a professional contract at Inland Pacific Ballet Company where she went on to dance lead roles in The Nutcracker, Little Mermaid, Swan Lake, and other original repertoires created for her specifically. Currently a student of human biology at University of California San Diego, Katilynne hopes to demonstrate and pass on her love of dance to her students as well as help them on their own personal journey ahead.


Hannah Webster  Hannah Webster

Starting in the creative movement class at the age of four at the Dance Company Riverside, Hannah has spent over twenty years learning, practicing and eventually teaching all types of dance. She progressed from an assistant dance instructor to a year round dance instructor teaching a range of classes from very beginning classes to adult tap classes and everything in-between. During this time of teaching year round, she also joining the University of California, Riverside Dance Department where she eventually earned a minor degree in Research Choreography. While at UC Riverside, she participated in many exploratory choreography classes along with dance history courses. After graduating from UC Riverside, she moved down to San Diego and began substituting at All Star Dance shortly after the move. For Hannah, dance is a wonderful way to learn both coordination and grace in a fun atmosphere, but also express one’s self. Each day in the studio is like coming home.


Robin Naughton  Robin Naughton

Before moving to San Diego, Robin was the Assistant Director of The Dance Inn, her mother's dance studio in Massachusetts. Robin taught dance classes, ran health and fitness workshops, and managed their pre-professional company, the Legacy Dancers. Robin has also had the opportunity to perform and choreograph for the Special Olympics, Reebok, and Clemson University Dancers, to name a few. When she's not teaching here, Robin is at her personal training studio, Breathe Fitness, located in Ocean Beach. She enjoys working with all ages to help manage pain conditions, improve physical fitness, and achieve performance goals. Robin's mother taught her that dance is a gift and "gifts are meant to be shared - that's when they flourish and grow". She is happy to be able to share this beautiful gift of dance with the students at All Star Dance Studio


Lauren Jackson Lauren Jackson

Lauren Jackson is an accomplished dancer, choreographer and energetic teacher who has been training since the age of two. She received the majority of her training at various competitive and ballet-focused studios throughout Riverside and San Diego County. Her love for dance has led her to perform at various venues including World of Dance, The Rose Parade, Disneyland, and Carnival Cruise Lines. In addition to her 21 years of dancing, she has 9 years of teaching experience. Lauren’s distinctive choreography has received numerous high point and top choreography awards at regional and national competitions. Her students have been recipients for many scholarship awards, cash prizes and have gone on to be represented by top agencies. Lauren recently graduated from the University of California, Irvine with a B.F.A. in Dance Performance and is proud and extremely excited to share her knowledge and love for dance, the arts, and life with her students!

Rebekah Brown Rebekah Brown

Rebekah Brown grew up at Opus II Dance Studio in Ashland, OH where she received training in ballet, modern, jazz, and tap. After high school, she attended The State University of New York at Buffalo, graduating in 2010 with her BFA in Dance Performance. During her senior year, Rebekah pioneered a dance study abroad program between SUNY Buffalo and the University of Chichester in England where she studied for six months. She returned to studying at Mills College in Oakland, CA where she graduated in 2013 with her MFA in Dance Performance and Choreography. While there, she performed, choreographed, taught, and explored painting and lighting design. Rebekah’s curiosity for painting continues to be a strong component of her professional creative work. Since graduation, she has worked in performance, teaching, choreographic, and administrative capacities throughout the Bay Area. Her work, now showcased mainly through the dancers of H2O Dance Company, has been performed at Mills College, the LEVYdance Salon, SAFEhouse Arts, Opus II Dance Studio, and numerous other classroom venues. Rebekah is excited for the opportunity to now share her passion with students in Southern California!

 

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