Dance Coach

Robyn Tamara Blanec Bouldin

Born and raised in Cincinnati Ohio, graduate of Winton Wood High School, University of Cincinnati, and South Western Medical College. Robyn’s passion for dance begun at the age of five. Her accomplishments consist of, but not limited to: Member of the University of Cincinnati Dance Team, NFL Bengal Cheerleader, Cincinnati Stuff’s (IBL League) dancer and assist Choreographer, BET’s (Black Entertainment TV) Showtime at the Apollo winner and Comic View’s guess performer, backup dancer for Gospel Recording artist “Karen Clark Sherds”, and coach for “Pride Athletic All Star” where she led teams to compete at a “World” level. Robyn has also taught and instructed at various schools, studios and conventions. Her gift to achieve these goals is well respected.
Dance Coach

Elonzo Coppins

Elonzo is a Cincinnati native, and a man of many talents. From Street Dancer to Choreographer, Artist to Graphic Designer, Dj to Producer, he has all the tools for success. He has been a dancer for over 25 years. He is a Hip Hop Pioneer and Dance Historian. In his long career as Artist Management, he has worked with artist like: Gregory Hines, Usher, Outkast, Dru Hill, Tyler Nelson, Pretty Ricky, RED BULL, LIL WAYNE, Keyshia Cole and SHANE SPARKS.. (TV) MTV’s Taking the Stage, BET’s Comic View, SHOWTIME at the APOLLO (MOVIES) Rage in Harlem, Stomp the Yard 2, Honey 2, (BIO REFERENCE) YOU GOT SERVED.
Dance Coach

Tila Lane

Tila is 30 years old and resides in Fairfield, Ohio with her husband Chris and two children Jaeden and Carter. Tila grew up dancing at her aunts dance studio ``A Step Ahead`` in Middletown, OH. This is where she became trained in hip hop, jazz, tap, ballet and contemporary. She has traveled competing and winning many dance competitions and has participated in many showcases winning many different awards. Last year Tila’s students competed and won the title divsion in several competitions including 2 choreography awards. Tila has connected and trained with many well known choreographers in professional workshops including Laurie Ann Gibson, Wade Robinson, Shane Sparks, and Nacho Pop. Tila balances motherhood and being one of Cincinnati's locally requested choreographers as well as traveling for commercial auditions as acting being another passion of hers along with dance. She has worked with Several different high schools in the Cincy area as well as studios. Tila believes in real quality over quantity in both competitiveness and the art of dance. She is passionate about connecting with the future of Cincinnati’s talent and building brilliant dancers.
Gymnastics Coach

Nina McGee

Nina was born and raised in Cincinnati, Oh. She started gymnastics at the age of 3. Nina Finished her high school career with Cincinnati Gymnastics Academy (CGA) in Fairfield, Ohio. Upon graduation, she attended the University of Denver (DU) where she earned a B.S in Psychology and MA in Marketing, all while competing for her Division 1 gymnastics team. Nina was a gymnast for 20 years and competed all 4 events (floor, bars, beam and vault) in college. Her favorite event was the floor exercise. While at DU, she broke several records in this event and uphold several championship titles. Her proudest achievement thus far is being the first gymnast at her school to earn an individual NCAA D1 National Championship Titles, for her floor exercise.
Nina has 7+ years of gymnastics coaching experience ranging from Mommy & Me classes and compulsory (level 4-6), to Excel and all optional level teams (levels 7-10). Over the years, she has coached several Firecracker Camps at CGA, 4 gymnastic camps at DU and continue to work with level 9’s and 10’s at Gymnastics Central (Newtown, Oh), while currently managing the “Orangetheory Fitness” studio in W. Chester Oh.
Dance Coach

Cheyenne Walker

Cheyenne Walker has had a passion for dance and has been a performer since the age of four. She has experienced all different forms and genres of dance throughout her years but her heart has always been set on hip hop. She also cheered and danced competitively for 6 years at Pride athletics and competed with their senior hip hop at worlds the last 3 years. She competed on the Queen City fully loaded open coed hip hop worlds team which was coached and choreographed by Elonzo and Robyn. Cheyenne graduated in the class of 2016 from Little Miami High school and is furthering her education at Ohio University majoring in special needs education. She enjoys watching athletes grow each year showing their true potential, dedication, and love for the sport.
Special Forces Coach

Chelsea Gardner

Chelsea is a spunky and enthusiastic mom of twins, who loves dancing! She currently works full time as a Behavioral Therapist with children on the autism spectrum. She has been with Lonzo for 10 seasons and is in charge of the Special Athletes Hip Hop program, Special Forces. Chelsea has been dancing since she was little, and has competed at the national and international level. Her passion for working with special needs children started at an early age. In 2010, the Special Athletes program was born at Pride Athletics. 10 seasons later we are still going strong! Chelsea coaches along side her sister Miranda and together they help make the magic happen on stage with this wonderful team!!
Special Forces Coach

Miranda Rose

Miranda has worked along side her sister Chelsea coaching the Special Athletes Hip Hop Program for 10 seasons.
Miranda is currently working at a group home for adults with disabilities. She has been dancing since she could walk! She is experienced in all types of dance such as ballet, hip hop and jazz. She also has competed at the 2015 and 2016 Dance Worlds in the Senior Hip Hop division. She hopes to continue to bring joy to the kids she coaches and teach them that they can do whatever they put their minds to and leave it all on the floor!