Hello everyone! My name is Angie Delgadillo and my husband’s name is Kyle Wotring. We are the owners of Tumble Wee Dance and our competitive programs Infinity Gymnastics & Dance.
I started dancing and attending gymnastics classes at local recreational centers and the YMCA at 4 years old. Although i lacked coordination and balance at first, i fell in love with the sport. In my youth, i competed at local events and spent my high school years as a competitive gymnast and All-Star cheerleader. I worked for Heart-light in the Cajon Valley School District working with local elementary schools instructing hip hop and jazz dance to their students. In my early 20’s I ventured off to work local gyms, cheer, and dance studios. I also coached pop warner, youth, high school, and competition cheer.
We have three wonderful children, Brayden, Landon, & Athena. I have my associates in Child Development and plan to continue my education in the future with a Business Degree. I am USAG Certified, FBI background cleared, as well as CPR & 1st aid.
Tumble Wee Dance was established in 2009. Our first classes were held at the Lakeside Community Center and consisted of 2-6yr old children in ballet & tap. As our years progressed, we contracted our programs to local in-door play centers in San Diego. In 2013 we knew it was time to expand to our own facility with already over 300 students at all combined locations!!! In April of 2014, we planted our roots in a 5,000sqft facility and in 2016 we moved two doors down and expanded to a 11,000sqft facility. We now have over 500 students monthly ranging from 1yrs through adult.
When stepping into our facility, you are not just taking your child to a class; you are attending a program where we treat everyone with the up-most respect, kindness, and welcome everyone as if you are family. We strive in creating the most positive environment for your child.
I would be happy to answer any additional questions you may have about our company! Tumblingfortots@gmail.com
Hello I am Natalia Cano, age 25, high school graduating class of 2008. I was born and raised here in San Diego. I live with my fiance Eric and 3 year old daughter named Airika Katilaya, who has so much joy and energy.
I have always loved gymnastics and dance. I started dance and gymnastics at the age of 4 at the La Mesa Recreation center. I was then a gymnast competing with the Aztec gymnastics here in San Diego from 1995 to 2001, reaching level 8. I was fortunate to travel all over California, Arizona and Las Vegas for some national competitions, winning so many metals and ribbons from all events and the all around. I then volunteered as a coach at the La Mesa Recreation center during the summer gymnastics camp. I have always been around and worked with young children.Currently I am still working towards my college degree in Exercise, health and nutrition and gymnastics coaching certification. I have worked side by side with Angie and Infinity gymnastics & dance for 3 years. I coach all levels of recreational gymnastics and dance classes as well as pre -team and level 2 compulsory gymnastics team.
My name is Kathryn Yeager and I fell in love with gymnastics at the age of four. I was blessed enough to be apart of Crescenta Valley Gymnastics Club of San Dimas and competed all the way through level seven. After 11 years of competitive gymnastics I hung up my leotard and applied my acrobatic ability to pole vaulting. Thankfully all those years of gymnastics did not go to waste. As a graduate from South Hills High School in 2010, I was picked up to pole vault on the track and field team at the University of La Verne. During my four years of collegiate sports, I was a NCAA nationally ranked vaulter, a member of my university’s cheer squad and won many titles while competing against elite track and field athletes all over the United States.
As a alumna of ULV, I graduated with a bachelors of science in anthropology. I plan on continuing my education to gain a masters in medical anthropology. I’ve been a competitive gymnastics coach for five years now and am USAG Certified. I have worked under Angie and Infinity Gymnastics & Dance for 2 years. I instruct all levels of recreational and competitive gymnastics.
Sladjan grew up in a small town Negotin in Serbia. He completed his master’s degree at the College of Sport and Physical Education. He was involved in various sports, but over the years through the school of many sports were found to be two disciplines Parkour and Gymnastics.He began practicing parkour as a teenager, he was on various events, workshops, performances. One of the first parkour practitioner and trainer in Serbia. Gymnastics began in high school and perfected his knowledge and skills at the College. He was a gymnastics coach in his town, with whom he achieved good results, won many awards. He also volunteered for the Gymnastic Club in New York, Patchogue, Julie’s Gym. Coach Sladjan is a girls team coach at Infinity Gymnastics & Dance specializing in vault, bars, and conditioning.
Hi everyone my name is Breanna Ames, I am one of the competition coach as well as a recreational dance teacher. I was born into dancing literally doing the splits at only 6 months old, my parents realized dancing was in my blood. At age 2 is when my dancing feet started to learn from styles “Ballet, Tap, gymnastics and Jazz” La Mesa Recreational Center really opened my heart to a whole new world full of dance. After 4 years of recreational dancing and performing I had such confidence and love for dance I wanted to branch out and experience competition lifestyle. Over the next 9 years I had wonderful opportunities to train and Competitively compete at Touch Of Class, Rising star and The Elements, performing in all wide range of styles ” Ballet, Jazz, Lyrical, Tap, Contemporary, Open and Character”. Although I learned variety of styles my favorite performing is Jazz and Lyrical, but I am a natural tapper. After lots of training at studios I decided to dance Competitively on my high school Dance team 4 years and cheer on helix charter cheerleading squad 1 year, which helped carry on my training in Dance. After graduation I became a student teacher for 2 years where I voluntarily taught dances for Helix Charter High school Dance recital, this is where I had an eye opener of what I want to do with my life I want to teach dance to everyone. This is where my life really started to fall into place, I fell in love 7 years and counting with my “Honey” Matthew Hartsel. Our adventures together brought me to Mississippi where I had the opportunity to work for “A step Above Dance Academy”. Which I taught “Tap, Ballet, hip-hop, Jazz, Gymnastics, Lyrical, cheerleading, Stretch and Technique ” I enjoyed this opportunity so much I wanted to pursue my dream job in my hometown. With so much passion to pursue my dream brought me and my “honey” Matthew back to California to pursue many more years in the competitive dance lifestyle. My dream landed me at this spectacular studio ” Infinity Gymnastics and Dance” where I can really show all my training and really give my all into each student, because each student is a star in my eyes with hard work and dedication. Dance is my everything I live breathe dance everyday, I am so thankful to have my rock by my side. Matthew helps with props and design I am blessed to have 7 years together. Other then dance, I am very adventurous love to spend my time outdoors if it’s camping , hiking, surfing , basketball anything sporty outdoors. I enjoy going to the gym “fitness & health” is very important in my lifestyle. Dance is my lifestyle so you better bring it to the dance floors girls and boys. Love, Miss B
Hello! My name is Shea Brandt, and I was born and raised in Santee. I am the youngest of 4 sisters and one brother. I have been happily married to my husband Brandon for 9 years and have 3 beautiful children ages 14, 4, and 11 months.
I started dancing at the age of 3 at San Diego Dance Center in La Mesa. I danced for over 16 years taking Tap, Jazz, Acro, and Hip Hop. With years of dance, I won many awards, Championships, and National Titles. I love Dancing. At the age of 12, I started Cheerleading for The San Diego Junior Rebels for 2 years. It was one of the first All-Star teams in San Diego. After that, I cheered for the Champion Cheer Outlaws for 4 years during high school, while also cheering on my Varsity High School team at West Hills High School. During those four years our talented teams won many National and State titles. I was also part of the Jammin Z90 dance team, (the local
Radio station), which traveled around and danced for promotions and events all around San Diego County. After graduating from High school I started my own All-Star team “Prospect Panthers” for 10 years which was made up of girls who tried out from all over the santee school district, 3rd-8th grade. They competed in the junior high recreational division. They won State Championships two years in a row winning first place out of over 35 teams. I was also the head coach over the West Hills High school Cheer Program 2001-2005. I coached the Varsity Cheer team, leading them to State, National and District titles. I have also done choreography for numerous local cheerleading teams as well as with youth and pop warner cheer.
I cheered for the West Coast Mavericks All-Girl team for 2 years while attending Grossmont College while obtaining my Associates Degree. I then attended San Diego State University where I cheered for 2 years on their All-Girl cheerleading team and won many State, and National Titles. I was part of the All Girl SDSU Stunt team Winning a National Championship Title in Orlando Florida in 2004. After Graduating from San Diego State University with my Bachelor of Science Applied Arts and Sciences Child and Family Development, I cheered for So-Cal Elite All-Star Cheer under Coach Jennifer Long for 2 years. As you can see cheerleading is one of my favorite sports.
In 2007 I was asked to coach for the Rocket Cheer All-Stars in Alpine. I coached Rocket Cheer for approximately 6 years and I coached all levels from their Mini teams through Senior level 4. I also ran their recreational program for 2 years during this time. After all my years of cheerleading and coaching I decided to take a break in coaching. I started teaching private tumbling lessons for the last 4 years.
Another interesting Fact about me is that I am one of the Fine Art Coordinators at the San Diego County Fair. I have worked there for the past 19 years. It was one of my first summer jobs out of High school and I love it! I love teaching and working with kids. I’m so excited to work with the Infinity staff and kids! I Look forward to meeting you all and working with your children.
Hi. My name is Masha Leushina and I’m currently a sophomore at SDSU (class of 2019). I’m majoring in public health with a minor in chemistry and biology, as well as taking pre med classes. I’m hoping to become a doctor one day. I’m originally from the Bay Area, and I moved to San Diego a year ago.
I started taking dance classes when I was seven years old and did that for two years before switching over to rhythmic gymnastics (the one with the ribbon, hoop, ball, etc). I did rhythmic gymnastics at Diana’s Rhythmics for five years and competed through level 7. When I was in 8th grade I started taking artistic gymnastics classes at Diablo Gymnastics and eventually joined their Xcel program and competed for three years.
I started coaching gymnastics when I was in 10th grade and have been coaching for the past 4 years. I have coached parent participation classes all the way through recreational classes, as well as beginning tumbling classes.
Holly DeWitt, a native of Kansas City, began her dance training under the direction of Sharon & Nicole Romine at DanceWorks Conservatory. She graduated with a BFA in Dance from the University of Missouri-Kansas City. Other training includes the Milwaukee Ballet, Alvin Ailey American Dance Center, ADF, Jacob’s Pillow, the scholarship program at Hubbard Street Dance Chicago, and Springboard Dance Montreal. Holly’s professional credits include the Kansas City Ballet’s production of The Nutcracker, Deeply Rooted 2, Kansas City Friends of Alvin Ailey, Williams/Henry Contemporary Dance Company, Owen/Cox Dance Group, QUIXOTIC Cirque Nouveau, and was a featured dancer/aerialist onboard Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines. She has had the opportunity to perform works by Paul Taylor, Martha Graham, David Parsons, and Milton Myers. Holly is a yoga enthusiast and enjoys teaching dance. She is currently working on her Doctorate in Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine.
Hi everyone! My name is Bailie Stevenson and I am from San Marcos, CA. I began dancing when I was 3 years old at Dance Unlimited in Oceanside, CA in styles jazz, hip hop, ballet, tap, and contemporary, and began dancing at the competitive level when I was 5 years old. I continued to compete and take technique classes at studios such as Edge Dance Academy, San Diego Dance Centre, and San Elijo Dance & Music Academy. As a freshman at Mission Hills High School, I made the varsity dance team that competed nationally at UDA High School Nationals in Orlando, FL. After my graduation from high school, I auditioned and made the San Diego State University dance team and am now going on my second year as a member on the competitive team.
Hi my name is Danuel Cheeseboro and my background of expertise is competitive cheerleading. I love working with children of all ages. I truly feel that my passion for wanting to work with children stems from growing up as a foster child. At age 5, I became a foster child and remained so until my 18th birthday. Spending 13 years in and out of different homes made me realize how important stability is for children and how important outlets are like competitive sports, which is why I love what I do.
Over the past 14 years I have dedicated my life to teaching and developing athletes. Through out my career I have gained a wide range of skills and knowledge that has fueled my passion for the sport on and off the floor. My love for cheerleading began in 2004 on a level 5 coed all-star team with a company called Champion Outlaws Coached by Andrew and Annalisa Price which is now known as CheerForce Training Center. During my cheer career with them we became a power house coed program that just couldn’t be beat!!! National titles were common at every competition but over time I ended up wanting to take my cheer career to the next level which lead me to competing in the college open coed international Division with Empire All-Stars based out of Costa Mesa CA, and then on to South Bay All-Stars based out of San Francisco. As I grew as an athlete on the competition floor my passion for wanting to teach outside of competition took over. In 2008 i got the opportunity I was looking for and signed on with U.S Spiritleaders Cheer and Dance Company based out of Long Beach CA working with All-Star and high school cheer squads developing tumbling, stunting, and sideline chants. It wasn’t until 2012 and after I spent four amazing years with U.S Spiritleaders before I felt I was ready to step up my technical coaching. In 2013 I stepped outside of my cheerleading comfort zone and sign on with Gimminy Kids North county Gymnastics. Taking time away from the competition floor really made me miss and realize my true passion was All-Star cheerleading. At the end of 2013 I signed on with Hot Stuff All-Stars as a consultant helping out teams that were already formed and had already started competing. In 2014, I was hired on as an Assistant for the mini level team. My first official season with Hot Stuff was awesome but I wanted more. The start of the 2015 – 2016 cheer season came around and I found myself head coaching my very first Youth team and assisting two others; Juniors and Seniors. That season was incredible taking home major titles at multiple competitions and really showing myself what I could do as a coach. Here we are at the start of the 2017 – 2018 season and I am so excited to be a part of the Infinity staff and programs. I cant wait to see what the future has in store for me.