Ashley German
A current physical therapy school student at Briar Cliff University in Sioux City, Iowa and a former student at Dynamix School of Dance and North High School! Ashley started dancing at 5 years old when Melanie Bohle started the studio in Sioux City.
After Dynamix and graduating from NHS in 2017, Ashley went on to dance at University of South Dakota on the dance team all 4 years and obtained her dance minor alongside her bachelor of science degree in Kinesiology and Exercise Science. From USD, Ashley has competed at the National Dance Association and Universal Dance Association competitions with her team in Gameday(pom/spirit) and Jazz. She has also worked with dancers as a certified personal trainer after living in Sioux Falls before PT school.

From studio to competitive styles of dance, she enjoys jazz, pom, hip-hop and modern the most and loves fitness and foundational strengthening and conditioning for dance. You can see her teaching this fall as a familiar face from the past.
Brooke Harvey
Hello, I'm Brooke Harvey. I have been in the dance world since the age of 4! I won many state titles I my high school years. Now, in college I won an NAIA national title with my teammates at Morningside. I have taught dance of all ages in different genres for the past two years at multiple dance studios in Siouxland. I enjoy sharing my passion for dance with others through teaching.
Kelsey Baumann
I have been dancing since I was 3 years old. I was on the Sioux City East High dance team for 4 years. After high school I attended Morningside College where I got a degree in business and dance. I also attended CDMA in Chicago and received accreditations and became a member. I hope that my passion for dance will help inspire a new generation of dancers.
Leah Erdmann
Mandy McKibbin-Woodard
Mandy is a Kingsley native who recently moved back from Omaha with her husband, Brice, and their three children: Brock, Quinn, and Maddox.

Mandy has 15 years of dance experience including tap, jazz, clogging, lyrical, ballet, hip hop, musical theater, and dance team. Following her years of lessons, she danced on the Morningside College dance team, was an assistant coach for the MMC high school dance team as well as a dance instructor for Dynamix School of Dance where she taught hip hop, acrobatics, and leaps & turns.

Becoming a licensed Physical Therapist Assistant is what pulled Mandy away from the dance world. After leaving her role as a PTA, she took on the life of a Stay At Home Mom once Quinn was born, and began teaching fitness classes. Following Maddox’s arrival, it was time to move “back home” and live a small town life again.

Mandy is thrilled to be teaching again at Dynamix School of Dance this coming year.
Melanie Bohle
Head Coach