Jeni Hlubny, Director, leads our staff of teachers and award winning choreographers at Dance Dynamix. While a student at Millersville University, Jeni was President of the Millersville University Dance Team. She later coached the team - taking them to national competitions. Jeni has received numerous dance scholarships and awards, and is trained in many genres of dance. She was named “All American Dancer” by National Dance Alliance and attended Power Pak for Starpower Nationals and opened for “Battle of the Stars”. She played the role of Barbie in 'Philly Nutt Crak Up' - a dance comedy spin on the Nuttcracker and opened for Martha Wash at the Black and White event in Philadelphia. Jeni impresses upon her students that technique can be fun and is applicable to all styles of dancing.
Emily Meola found her love of dance at the age of 5, starting out in ballet and quickly expanded into jazz, lyrical, tap, contemporary, hip hop, etc. Emily grew up in the competition world, winning multiple titles, special awards, overall scores, and scholarships, and easily transitioned into a professional dance career.
While she is still very young as a choreographer, her work has already been seen on many competition stages, as well as fundraising and community events in cities surrounding her hometown of Lancaster, PA, and professional stages, such as American Music Theatre. For her choreography, she has received multiple special judges awards, high scores, and outstanding choreography awards.
Performance credits include: Elf The Musical (Fulton Theatre), Dance Explosion (American Music Theatre), Philly Nutt Crak-Up (Keswick Theatre), Beyond Genesis (Mélange Contemporary Dance Company), I Want My MTV: The Sound of a Generation (Steel River Playhouse), Sparks the Stage (ContempraDance Theatre). She studied at Broadway Dance Center in the summer of 2015 as part of their Summer Professional Semester, where she had the chance to perform at the Symphony Space in Manhattan.
Whether performing, teaching, or choreographing, Emily loves to get herself into everything she can in the dance world. She strongly believes in the art and storytelling, and tries to push herself and her students to find those strange and odd places that make dance so incredible and special.
Leigh Grant is a ballet dancer and coach from Lancaster, Pennsylvania, training in ballet and pointe for
over thirty years. She is a member of the International Association for Dance Medicine and Science, and
will assist the adjunct ethics committee in consultations and mediations on a case-by-case basis.
Leigh’s philosophy is that everyone wanting to learn ballet should have access to high-quality technical
and artistic training that puts the health and safety of the dancer first, while concurrently promoting fun
and enjoyment of the art form. She also believes ballet is for everyone and every body, endeavoring to
make ballet accessible to anyone wishing to study. In 2019, Leigh attended the American Ballet Theatre
(ABT) National Training Curriculum Teacher Training Intensive in New York City. She is continuously
learning and growing as both a dancer and dance educator. She is a graduate of the University of
Pennsylvania in Philadelphia, PA, receiving her B.A. in Philosophy and Theater in 2014. Her studies at
UPenn also included a pre-medical course track.
Ms. Grant actively continues her own ballet training, taking lessons with School of Pennsylvania Ballet
(Philadelphia, PA) and Pennsylvania Ballet Academy (Camp Hill, PA) adult programs (classes, workshops,
intensives). In 2020, through Pennsylvania Ballet’s Community Engagement Program, she gained the
opportunity to perform with Bill T. Jones and members of the Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Company (New
York City) in their Philadelphia performance of Deep Blue Sea, unfortunately postponed due to the
pandemic. In 2018, she trained at the artÉmotion Adult Summer Intensive at Ballet West in Salt Lake
City, Utah. There, she received professional training from artÉmotion Artistic Directors, Ballet West
dancers, and stars of the CW’s Breaking Pointe show, Allison Debona and Rex Tilton. Additionally, she
received daily lessons in ballet, pointe, contemporary, and jazz from Ballet West dancers Adrian Fry,
Jenna Herrera and more. The intensive culminated in a workshop performance in an original piece
choreographed by Raymond Tilton, dancer with Diablo Ballet and former corps member of the San
As a pre-professional student, Leigh trained locally with Chet Zercher at Dancer’s Workshop and with
Carolyn Trythall and Viktor Yeliohin at Lancaster School of Ballet, and with Kathleen Megnin at Laurel
Ballet. She has trained in various ballet techniques including Vaganova, Cecchetti and American. While
with Laurel Ballet, she performed the role of Clara in The Nutcracker, alongside Pennsylvania Ballet
Guest Artists Alexei Borovik and Dalia Hay. With Lancaster School of Ballet, she performed alongside
members of The Donetsk Ballet (Ukraine) as a Snowflake in their production of The Nutcracker. By
invitation, she attended master classes with Franco DeVita and Raymond Lukens, as well as with Marcia
Dale Weary at Central Pennsylvania Youth Ballet. She also trained with Finish Jhung, Cynthia Vallone,
and Madame Gabriella Darvash at the Broadway Dance Center in New York City.
Leigh is thrilled to be joining the artistic faculty of Dance Dynamix, and looks forward to sharing her
knowledge, love and passion for ballet with all.
Maya has been dancing for 16 years. She began her dance journey as a technical dancer doing jazz, tap, ballet, and contemporary, to name a few, and slowly started exploring hip hop. Her love for hip hop grew immensely and she then decided to compete strictly in that genre. Maya was the captain of the team CONSTRUCT for 3 years - winning many awards including first place with her hip hop solo at Dancers Inc. She is a 7-time National Champion and a 6-time World Champion in the style of hip hop. She was also a part of the Hempfield Highschool’s dance theater productions named Body Electric, Legacy, and Blackbox.
Juliane Flood • Office, Administration
Juliane Brown-Flood, was the conditioning coach and captain of the Division 1A dance team while attending Temple University. She was named “All American Dancer” by National Dance Alliance. She continued her dance studies at Temple U, and had the opportunity to study with the founder of Umfundalai African Dance. After graduation, she coached the Millersville University Dance Team and led them to their first NDA National Camp and Competition. Juliane enjoys helping her students reach their maximum potential and watching them discover they are physically and mentally stronger than they ever thought they could be.
Linda Brown has been the owner and director of the former New Line Revue for the past 35 years! She has taken her students to the next level with this studio - creating more classes, more flexibility, and more opportunities than ever before! She has led her dance company to regional competitions as well as local events such as the 4th of July parade and celebration in Lititz Springs Park. She is excited to see many new faces, and of course, the familiar ones in the fall!