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Summer Camps and Summer Dance Classes are now open for enrollment!

Enrollment is Open!

Join us for our 2024/2025
dance season!

Classes begin September 23rd. Register today online to ensure a spot in class. Join us September 14th for open house! Browse our website for class descriptions, our dress code and more! 

About Us

Dance In The Rain. Dream For The Future. 

At Storm Studios we are committed to teaching students how to dance in the rain and dream for the future. We have three core pillars that drive our actions and shape our vision. We promise to:

Prepare dancers for life on and off stage.

Promote community involvement.
Provide a safe and inclusive environment.

Young Dancers in Ballet Class

Our Mission

Prepare dancers for life on and off stage.

Our goal is to provide lessons that will stay with our dancers beyond

their years at the studio and be applicable in whatever path they take in life. With each dance lesson they will also learn the importance of responsibility, respect, team work, sportsmanship, leadership qualities, determination and so much more. Not all of our students will go on in life to be professional dancers, but we aim to give them the tools to be successful in whichever profession they choose.

We provide thorough training and focus on developing each individuals personal talents while working towards collective goals as a team. Our qualified instructors have goals and development outlines for each individual class planned out for the entire year. This helps create a comprehensive dance education and allows for linear growth in our dancers training.

Promote community involvement.

Storm Studios makes a continual effort to give back to the community.

Whether it’s providing entertainment for local events, supporting and promoting local businesses, providing open classes to the community, or supporting performers and dancers outside of our studio. We believe it is important to demonstrate by example how to love and support our neighbors and be involved with local civic matters.

Provide a safe and inclusive environment.

We take the actions needed to prevent injury in class, including injury prevention training for our staff and ensuring we have the proper equipment. Our studio has floating floors to prevent any kind of joint pain or other long-term injuries that can occur from dancing on hard surfaces.

Our studio doors are open to everyone. Dance is for everyone regardless of age, ability, experience, body type or any other factor. We will not tolerate bullying or exclusion of any kind.

Jodah Storm


Jodah Storm is from Arkansas and has a total of 18 years of dance experience, and 8 years of teaching experience. In 2015 she graduated from Arkansas School for Mathematics, Sciences, and the Arts and in 2019 she received her bachelors degree from ATU in Business Data Analytics.  

     Throughout the years she has taken and instructed dance at various studios across the state at both recreational and competitive levels. She has experience in most styles, but her training focuses on classical ballet.  She has directed and choreographed 5 short ballet productions.  She has performed in countless Nutcrackers across the state including roles such as the Arabian Princess and the Sugar Plum Fairy. 

     She finds great joy in sharing her passion for dance with her students and encouraging them to be involved in the local dance community. In 2019 she moved to her husbands hometown of Ozark, where they live currently with their son, dogs, and pig. She opened Storm Studios in 2022 and remains committed to sharing her love of dance with her students. 



Grace Accurso​

Ms. Grace grew up dancing in a studio from age 2 through 10.  From there she joined the Alma Dance Program at Alma Schools, this allowed her to perform at sporting events as well as stage performances. After graduating high school she took a ballet class at Arkansas Tech University and went on to teaching dance to 2nd through 5th graders at a local elementary school.  

She is a wife, and has one daughter.  She has been teaching in Ozark Public Schools for two years and currently teaches Kindergarten.

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Jalena Morien
Assistant Instructor

Jalena Morien is originally from Phoenix, Arizona. She has many

years of experience in teaching; ranging from the public school

system to special needs children and adults. She moved to

Ozark, Arkansas with her husband and children in June 2016.

Jalena has experience with theater and dance from high school to

college. She also has experience in singing with different choral

groups and in sign language.


Jalena is First Aid and CPR certified, and has completed other

trainings over the years including ABA therapy. Jalena came to

Storm Studios in the summer 2022 and became an assistant

teacher in September 2022. She plans to keep advancing her

love of dance and working with kids at Storm Studios.

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