Jenna Lynn

Owner/Creator, Physique Dance Fitness

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Jenna Lynn started dancing at the age of two at local Sacramento studios, training in a variety of dance styles. As a teen, she was part of a competative dance team, winning National titles. Jenna went on to study dance in college, and double majored in Dance and Social Science at American River College (ARC). She received her Associate's Degree from ARC, and then went on to graduate with her Bachelors in Dance from California State University, Sacramento.

Jenna's professional career began in 2011 as a dancer with the UFL's Sacramento Mountain Lions for two seasons. She also performred as a dancer/entertainer at Six Flags Discovery Kingdom. She went on to dance for the NBA's Sacramento Kings for 4 seasons. In addition, Jenna has 10+ years experience in teaching and choreographing dance in dance studios, as well as teaching VAPA (visual and performing arts) in local school district programs.

Jenna is the co-owner and director of Physique Dance Fitness, where she shares her love and passion for dance and fitness with others in a judgement free space - all while getting in a good workout! She believes that dancing is a part of each of us and we just need to be given the space and guidance to do it!

Lisa has been dancing for 18 years. She started her Freshman year in high school when she joined the drill team. She also performed with her high school cheer and competitive cheer squads. While dancing at Sierra College in 2005, she helped start the Dance Club in order to promote performing arts and build a better dance program. In 2008 she went to Hollywood to audition for a job with Tokyo Disneyland, which landed her a 2009 summer contract for 7 months. She relocated to Tokyo to be a face character performing in meet and greets and parades.

When Lisa came back home she set dance aside for a while and started running. She has ran 5 Half Marathons and one Full Marathon. As much as she enjoys running, her heart always leads her back to dance. She has always been in the best shape when she is dancing. To her it's a form of exercise that doesn't feel like working out because she loves and enjoys it so much.

"I really like [Studio Physique] because of it's dance and fitness background. It's high energy with fun people and good music. It truly is a no Judgment zone where you can work on yourself with like minded people and without feeling insecure."

Lisa Byrnes


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Madison Warren


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Madison is a Sacramento native that grew up dancing at her mother's studio, River City Dance Academy. She has trained in all styles of dance including Jazz, Contemporary, Ballet, Tap, Theater Dance, Hip-Hop, and Pas-De-Deux. Throughout her training, Madison has performed on many stages in the country, including various Community Theaters, National Dance Competitions, and numerous Annual Recitals. Performance credits include Disneyland Parades and Showcases, The California State Fair, and CBS Good Day Sacramento to name a few favorites.

Growing up on a Competitive Dance Company has taught her numerous life skills which include not only proper dance technique, but also character building, accomplishing new skills, respectful etiquette to authority, and learning the importance of team work! Her passion of Dance has brought her to love teaching children the art and watch them develop into talented, yet humble humans. She is thrilled to be teaching alongside [Physique Dance & Fitness] owner, and longtime dance friend, Jenna Miller!

Danica is a Southern California native who lived in Orange County until just over five years ago when she moved to Sacramento for a new job. She attended the University of California, Irvine where she graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology. She then earned her Master of Public Health degree at California State University, Fullerton. Danica currently works at Sacramento County Public Health as a health educator.

As far as dance, Danica has been involved in various endeavors over the last 15 years. She has been involved in two dance teams: Captoure Dance Troupe in Long Beach and most recently, Physique Dance Company in Sacramento! Danica has always enjoyed attending group fitness classes and pursued her dream to start teaching in 2015 when she became a certified U-Jam Fitness instructor. She taught U-Jam at 24 Hour Fitness for over four years. In February of 2020, she became a certified Zumba Fitness instructor and plans to start teaching in the near future.

Danica first met Jenna at Robles Fitness (fun fact, the owners are Danica’s next door neighbor!) several years ago when “Dance Fit” was then called “Fit Hop.” She fell in love with Jenna’s warm, judgement free attitude, great music selection, and fun, flirty choreography. She followed Jenna to her new studio, Physique Dance Fitness, which has been a hub of happiness for so many. Danica has regularly attended classes, her favorite of which are Choreo Fit, Dance Fit, Hiphop, and Jazz Funk.

During the COVID-19 shelter in place, Danica started working on a playlist for her future Zumba classes and explored the art or choreography for the first time. She shared some videos with Jenna, who was impressed with her musicality and teaching style, and offered her a position as an instructor! Danica is extremely honored to be part of the Physique Dance Fitness instructor team and hopes to inspire others through her passion and personality.



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Kenya Hilliard


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Kenya is a recent MFA, Dance and choreography graduate from Mills College 2019. She graduated with her BA in Sociology and a minor in Dance from Sacramento State in 2016. There, she pursued her passion for performance with the Sacramento State Marching Band and Color Guard where her love for dance was amplified. Kenya trained under Philip Flickinger, Lisa Ross, Nhan Ho, Lorelei Bayne, Nicole Manker, Pepper Von, Gary Masters, Molissa Fenley, Kara Davis, and Latanya Tigner. Kenya also trained in Dunham Technique under Dr. Linda Goodrich, who is also an alum of Mills College.

Kenya has experience teaching Afro Caribbean dance forms, Jazz, and Contemporary at the collegiate level. She has also taught master classes developing her pedagogy in Dynamic Self/Body Awareness, a concept of dance as it relates and interacts with mindfulness meditation practices. Kenya is trained in Contemporary, Jazz, Modern, and Afro Caribbean dance and interested in exploring the therapeutic element of dance with hopes of getting certified in dance/movement therapy in the future.