iNFiNiTi Dance Academy Staff!
Monica Head (Co-Owner / Director) started dancing at the age of 5 in California. She performed in several competitions in the west coast. In 2nd grade she moved to Arkansas with her family and started competing in Arkansas with her sister Misty. She did several holiday performances in ballet, jazz, and tap. She went to many conventions and competitions as a child earning several regional and national awards. She was involved in her school’s dance team in Junior high and high school. Monica also started teaching her high school dance team. At 18, Monica started teaching several dance classes. She was married in 2004 and had three girls, Breley Kymbrell and Cambrey. In 2011 Monica opened Dynasty Dance Academy with her sister Misty. All her children are involved in the studio and share the same love of dance. Dynasty attended several regional and national competitions and earned numerous awards in technique, entertainment, costume, and spirit. They also won many grand champion awards at a regional and national level. In 2019 Dynasty merged with iNFiNiTi Dance creating iNFiNiTi Dance Academy. Monica prides herself in running an intermediate level studio so the children of the studio can enjoy other activities and be proactive in their schools. The children love to come to the studio and share their love for dance.
Misty See (Co-Owner / Director) – started dancing at age of 8 in Riverside California. She competed in mainly jazz, musical theater and tap. During her time on the West coast, she attended dance competitions in the California and Nevada area, then moved to NWA when she was 10. She was 1 of 3 students who started the first competitive dance company in NWA. At her new studio she expanded her dance knowledge to include ballet and lyrical. Misty has performed in holiday performances, at local businesses, parades, and senior centers. Over the years she has attended multiple dance conventions where she had opportunities to learn from different individuals and choreographers all over the United States. She has competed in many regional dance competitions and earned overall placements and judges’ awards. In high school she was a part of the Rogers Royals Drill Team all 4 years. During her time on high school drill, she gained more knowledge in her technique, in pom, in kick, and in hip hop. After high school she worked and then became a mother of 2. One of Misty’s favorite achievements is that in 2011 she and her sister opened their own dance studio. Over the years their studio has won multiple overall awards, judges awards, choreography awards, entertainment, technique awards etc. The studio holds numerous regional and national titles. Misty and Monica’s (her sister) studio are often praised on their technique, and teaching young dancers how to become independent, driven, successful, and respectable young adults. This is something her and her sister preach often. Misty enjoys teaching and the love and art of dance. Her Favorite style is character, and using performance, personality and movement to portray different characters. Her passion is to help teach young dancers to become confident, driven, capable and dependable…to themselves and their teams.
Allison Smith (Teacher) – Allison started dancing from the early age of three. From then on, her love of dance has expanded greatly. From dancing in foundational studios around her hometown of Rogers, Arkansas, to traveling to different states with her Performing Company, learning from and assisting many different dance instructors at conventions, and now sharing her passion through teaching, DANCE has always been a major part of her life. She is trained in the genres of Ballet, Jazz, Lyrical, Contemporary, Tap, Musical Theatre, and Competitive Dance Team. During her many years of teaching, she’s worked with numerous dancers on a recreational and performing company level. Earning multiple awards for her choreography at regional and national levels, awards for outstanding creativity, and having the top scoring studio at different competitions. She’s also choreographed for a performing company to be featured on two different Carnival Cruise Ships. Outside of the studio, Allison works with students at Middle School, High School, and Collegiate level training them in technique. Choreographing Pom, Jazz, and Kick routines for their local and state competitions. These routines would later be featured on ESPN. Her newest passion includes taking her love of dance and incorporating it into fitness. She became a level 4 Barre Instructor and currently trains multiple classes weekly. Most Recently becoming a certified Personal Trainer and the Manager of Dye Hards Gym in Pea Ridge, dance has opened many doors for Allison. I can’t wait to keep making memories with such wonderful company and great group of kids!
Maybre See (Teacher) – started off dancing, cheering, and doing pageants at the age of 3, and has loved it ever since! She has 16 years of dance experience and 8 years of cheer experience. She started studio dance at 3 years old, competitive dance at 5 and continued until age 18. She started cheer in 8th grade & in high school did all-star cheer, school gameday, competitive cheer and competition school dance as well as studio dance. She was a member of the Arkansas Tech cheer team for 4 years with 2 years as captain. Maybre grew up as a competitive dancer for her mom & aunt’s studio Dynasty Dance Academy (now iNFiNiTi Dance Academy). She is well versed in jazz, lyrical, ballet, musical theater, hip-hop, and acro and has been trained by several instructors from all over the country, has traveled to many states competing in regional & national competitions, attended conventions, pre pro, UDA camp, UCA/NCA camp, performed on ESPN, has performed on cruise ships and her and her cousin Breley even made an appearance in season four of Toddlers & Tiaras! She has been teaching and choreographing dance & cheer for 7 years. Maybre recently graduated from Arkansas Tech University with two bachelor’s degrees and two minor degrees. Her bachelor’s degrees are in Rehabilitation Science and Psychology. Her minor degrees are in Disability Studies and General Education. She is currently attending University of Arkansas Little Rock to get a master’s degree in clinical Mental Health Counseling where she plans to be a licensed professional counselor. Growing up and being involved in dance has forever changed Maybre’s life. The life lessons and battles she has faced in the studio has made her the person she is today, and she is forever grateful for this. With all her experiences, her favorite thing to do is to share her knowledge, encouragement, and love with young athletes. She is grateful that dance has brought her so many different opportunities and has opened so many doors that she never thought would happen.
Ashlynn Bennett (Teacher) – My name is Ashlynn Bennett and I’m 23 years old. I’ve been choreographing and teaching for the last 10 years. I have worked with many different school dance teams around the state and am currently a choreographer for Bentonville JV. Since I started teaching, I have won many choreography awards in studio dance as well as school dance team. Throughout my years of training, I’ve specialized in turn/leap technique, multiple styles of jazz, contemporary, lyrical and hip hop technique/choreography. I absolutely love what I do and have continued to love what I do for the last 18 years since I started competitive dance at the age of 6. I’ve always loved teaching kids and have loved the ability to spread my knowledge to the younger generations.
Breley Head (Teacher) is 17 years old and is a senior at Rogers High School. She is currently one of her Captains on the Rogers Dance Team. She was awarded All-American at her Dance Camp. Breley has been dancing since the age of 2. She has won several Title awards in her solos. She has also won many championship awards with her groups throughout her dancing career. Breley has performed in Orlando with her dance team at school and she has performed on several cruise ships with Infiniti. She has gotten the opportunity to dance with many professional dancers at dance conventions. She loves to teach and choreograph Recreational and Company dances. She has won overall first for her dances she has choreographed. Breley has a passion for dance and her dream to be part of a dance team in college.
Maci Bartholomew (Teacher)
Meet another one of our teachers, Maci!! Maci had been dancing with us since she was in 3rd grade and started on the competition team in 4th. As well as competing with the studio, Maci has also competed with her junior high dance team and high school dance team. In high school, she competed at the state and national levels. Maci now goes to Missouri State University, and is a part of a club dance team there, Mo State Movement. With this team, she competed at the collegiate national level, advancing to finals and placing and both dances! Maci teaches all age levels and teaches different technical skills!
Lauryn Stout (Teacher)
My name is Lauryn Stout. I’m 17 years old and I’m a Senior at Rogers Heritage High School. I started dancing when I was 3 and joined our company team when I was 5. I’ve won several titles and judges choice awards throughout my dance career, including multiple national titles. I’ve also performed on two Carnival Cruise Ships with our team. Outside of the studio I am on my high school’s Competition Cheer, Game Day Cheer, and Competition Dance teams. I have earned varsity letters in cheer all three years and have been selected as All-State and All-American. I just joined my high school dance team this year and was selected as an All-American dancer.My favorite part of dance is the bond that I have formed with my teammates… we are like family. I love spending time at the studio and sharing my love for dance with the kids.