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Meet The Team

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Shelbi Brack


The owner and director of Soul Steppin’ is Shelbi Brack. Wife to Taylor and momma to Wrenly, her dance family has definitely blended in with them as well. Shelbi has had passion for dance for many years. She began teaching dance as a student helper in middle school and choreographing during high school. She specializes in teaching lyrical, jazz, contemporary, and creative movement. Shelbi danced with Cheryl Schwarz Dance Studio and Right Combination Dance Studio as a young dancer. She attended the L.A. Dance Magic dance workshop in Denver while in high school. After graduating from high school, Shelbi continued her dance at Metropolitan State University of Denver where she danced on the college dance team. While on the team, she worked with numerous choreographers in the Denver area and also took tumbling classes. They performed at games and other community events. 


She transferred to the University of Kansas her sophomore year and continued dancing at a studio in Lawrence that offered open adult classes. She graduated from the University of Kansas in 2013 with a Bachelor of Arts in Speech, Language and Hearing. She has worked with pre-school and elementary aged children with speech and learning disabilities and adults with communication disabilities. This degree has helped her focus on teaching others and how everyone has different learning styles. This will only benefit her ability to teach students in the studio.


Shelbi has owned Soul Steppin' for 8 years and directed for all 8 of those years. She has taken dancers to regional competitions in Kansas and Texas. Her teams have won top awards for choreography and costuming. Shelbi loves watching her dancers on stage doing what they love! She was head coach of the Maverick Dance Team at Northwest Kansas Technical College in 2015-2017. She has put on two workshops for children in the area through the college. Her team competed in the Western Kansas Infinity Dance Project competition and placed 1st. The team performs for home college basketball games and other community events in Goodland. They perform pom, jazz, and hip-hop styles. She has choreographed many different routines at the recreational and competitive levels. She has won numerous awards for Choreography as well as Costume and a Studio Wide award for Kindness. She loves creating and this is her favorite part of the job!

Shelbi has trained at various conferences some including Dance Teacher Connection and the Dance Teacher Summit. She has taken master classes with world known choreographers and instructors. Shelbi is a Certified National Dance Alliance Dance Judge. She has also attended a Dallas Cowboy Cheerleader Tryout Workshop. She is also a certified Acrobatic Arts Instructor. She enjoys researching all the new techniques and tricks for the dance teaching industry. Shelbi enjoys sharing her love of dance with others. She hopes that by allowing others to see her passion for the art, will allow others to also develop a passion. A flame deep inside them that cannot be put out. 

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Jordan Knitig

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This is Jordan Knitig, she has been dancing at the Right Combination Dance Studio since she was 5. She has taken tap, ballet, jazz, hip-hop, lyrical, and point, and has taken gymnastics classes for eleven years. She graduated from Goodland High School in 2014. She was a lieutenant on the Maverick Dance team from 2014-2015, and Captain of the Maverick Dance team from 2015-2016. She performed for Infinity Dance Project with the Maverick Dancers and placed first. She received an Associates Degree in Computer Graphics Technology. Jordan is a very outgoing person, loves to dance, and is always ready for a challenge!

Jordan teaches specializes in hip hop and acro. She has been doing gymnastics since she was just 3 years old, it became her favorite thing to do. From not being able to do any of the moves or any of the stretches for that matter, she loved that she could excel at it and learn many different things along the way. She has been in competitions in Atwood for many years, and she has won quite a few medals. 


She performed in team gymnastics routines, synchronized routines, and solo routines. Every time that she went to the competitions, each year she would advance in the level of skill that her solo routine was. She has learned many skill such as, forward rolls, cartwheels, round offs, back walkovers, front walkovers, handsprings, and back flips. Her practices have mad her stronger more flexible and well balanced!


She loves gymnastics and she loves teaching it, she finds happiness in watching younger kids learn how to do the acrobatics and learn and grow more and more everyday. She wants to expand her learning and her teaching!

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Stephanie Kling


Bio coming soon! 

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