Owner and Director 2015-Present
Sarah Bielling is a Jacksonville native. She began her love for dance at Virginia Dell School of Dance under the direction of Michelle Wynn. Her roles in the Virginia Dell Ballets included, Ursula from The Little Mermaid, Lumiere from Beauty and the Beast, Jack and the Bean Stalk, and many more. She began showcasing her own choreography at the age of 15. She attended Florida Community College of Jacksonville for Dance and participated in a Disney internship for entertainment and merchandising. For 3 years, she was dedicated teacher and co-director to many students at Oceanway School of Dance and Performing Arts teaching ballet, jazz, contemporary, acrobatics, tap, and lyrical. Her Choreography has received Choreography Awards, 1st Place Awards, Judges Awards, Overall Performance Awards. She loves to spend time with her family, traveling, dancing, and more dancing! Her ultimate goal is to provide dance lessons to under privileged children since dance has been a positive influence in her life. To date she has awarded over $25,000 in dance scholarships to students in our community.
"The accomplishment I am most proud of is being awarded the Sportsmanship Award. This award is given to the studio that presents professionalism inside and outside of the classroom. These kids are our next generation. I lead by example and expect all of them to do the same. There is always a little one watching! My hope is that everyone that joins our studio feels like they are part of a family. ~ Sarah Bielling
Ms. Leah has been instructing at Fascinatin’ Rhythm since the fall of 2006. She has danced and taught at Fascinatin’ Rhythm a combined total of 35 years. She was also a member of the Movin’ Company and Tap Ensemble for 5 years and participated in many competitions, conventions and local area shows. She attended classes in New York City at both Alvin Ailey and Broadway Dance Center. Ms. Leah is a school teacher for Duval County Public Schools. She was also a cheerleading coach at Hendricks Day School for two years which led her team to be the 2004 Division State Champs! She received her Bachelors Degree in Community Health with a minor in Exercise Science in 2010 from UNF. She won numerous choreography awards from regional competitions such as Nexstar, Starpower and VIP. In 2010 She received a Style Award from VIP Dance and in 2011 she received the Best Regional Choreographer Award from Applause Talent. In 2012, she continued her success with multiple choreography awards at regional competitions as well as her dance “Nine Crimes” being awarded Overall Regional Champion at VIP Dance.
After graduating from her academic and arts high school, Alli returned to where it all began and received her BFA in dance from Jacksonville University. There, she attended the American college dance association, she was selected to be in multiple guest artist's works and her choreography was recognized and chosen to be performed at Douglas Anderson School of the arts. Following college Alli was chosen to be a guest performer at the 41st Annual Arts Awards Gala and she made an appearance on the national television talk show Conversation's With Denise, She performed and taught with CooperMorgan Dance Company, First Coast Center for the Arts and All Starz Dance Studio while also working and traveling for Showbiz and PrimeTime dance competitions. Alli began dancing at the age of just two. She trained under Denise Wall; mother of Travis Wall. She was chosen to represent her in the Denise Wall's Dance Energy (DWDE) performance/competition company where she worked with Emmy winning choreographer Travis Wall as well as Jaimie Goodwin, Nick Lazzarini and many others from various seasons of SYTYCD and their choreographers. She also attended Governors School for the Arts for dance in Virginia. Alli has been in multiple television commercials, CMT music videos, Chicago's Thanksgiving Day parades, concerts and performed live in Time's Square. She has been apart of the Fascinatin Rhythm Team for 4 years, teaching Ballet Lyrical Contemporary Pointe and Tap. Her most recent dance pieces have been highlighted on News4Jax.