Jordan has been training and performing since the age of three. At a young age he learned that as an instructor, he could inspire others about dance. He trained all over North America, as well as with the prestigious Royal Winnipeg Ballet. With a vast background in a variety of genres including Tap and Ballroom, he aspires to push the boundaries of dance as a choreographer, fusing together his acquired vocabulary to create something refreshingly unfamiliar.

At fifteen Jordan booked his first professional job and knew this was the life for him. Fresh out of high school, he kicked off his career as a dancer for Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines. After a few years at sea, Jordan traded in his sea legs and began dancing whenever possible. He’s had the opportunity to perform across Canada, the US, and overseas to China. Jordan’s passion for dance expands beyond performance. In the past few years he has established himself as a choreographer and is known for his ‘innovative’ and ‘unique’ creations. He also discovered a deep interest in musical theatre and since then has gone on to choreograph the musical productions of CATS, Oliver, Grease, Cabaret, A Chorus Line, All Shook Up, and more.

One of Jordan’s most exciting professional jobs to date was working with VANOC helping create, bring to life, and perform as Quatchi – the 2010 Olympic mascot. He also performed in and took on the role as Performance Director for the 2010 Paralympic Opening & Closing Ceremonies in Vancouver BC. Another highlight involved flying high above thousands as a Zip-lining Performer in “Ignite The Dream” over Robson Square during the 2010 Winter Olympics.

In 2008 he became a BCRPA certified fitness instructor and took the fitness world by storm with his own dance-based cardio classes; Dance Fit Cardio. After a hiatus of over a decade, Jordan has revived and revamped the Dance Fit Cardio program and is excited to once again be teaching it across the lower mainland.

 Credits include: NBC’s Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist, Zoey's Extraordinary Christmas on Roku, So You Think You Can Dance Canada, Dallas Smith, Marianas Trench, Victoria Duffield, Taptastic, CTV’s Canada’s Got Talent, 2019 Team Canada Choreographer, Richard Tichelman’s ‘Hands’ Video - Choreographer, PNE’s Pyro Musical ‘Electric Fire’- Assistant Choreographer, and Performance Director and Performer for 2010 Vancouver Olympic and Paralympic Games.



Shauna began dancing at the age of 4. While growing up, she dabbled in all styles of dance offered at the time. If her early teens, Shauna developed a serious passion for tap dance and was even on Team Canada in 2005.

In her early 20’s, Shauna had a small collection of jobs including dance teacher, fitness instructor, and childcare provider. She taught Dance Fit with Jordan ‘back in the day’ in 2009. Fast forward to 2023, she is a mom of a 7 year old boy and a BC certified Kindergarten teacher at a school in Chilliwack.

Along the way her love of dance and fitness has never wavered, so coming back to teaching Dance Fit Cardio is the perfect pairing.



Tiffany Annan was born and raised in Vancouver, BC, where she began her dance training at the age of 3. She has extensive training in Polynesian, Jazz, Tap, Ballet, Hip Hop, Commercial, Musical Theatre, Lyrical, Contemporary, Irish and Afro Cuban. Tiffany trained under the direction and mentorship of Rachael Poirier in Burnaby, BC. After a successful career as a competitive dancer, Tiffany went on to become a teacher, choreographer, and adjudicator. 


In 2012, Tiffany decided to take a leap of faith and move to London, England. Her adventures lead her to become a faculty member of the London Dance Project and in 2016, she became the Owner and Artistic Director. With over 35 years of training and 18 years of teaching experience, she has established herself as a respected educator and choreographer. She has coached several competitive companies which have attended competitions both nationally and internationally and received many accolades and choreography awards. Recently, Tiffany relocated back to Vancouver, BC where she is once again teaching and choreographing for local studios. 


Her professional career began at the PNE working and performing with Patrick Roberge of PRP. She continued dancing and choreographing for corporate events throughout Vancouver with Total Entertainment Network. Tiffany was the assistant choreographer for up-and-coming UK artist Little Pale’s debut music video ‘Don’t You Know U’. She has worked with Adam Garcia in collaboration with the Positive Luxury brand as well as with the very successful Secret Cinema in their production of “Grease”.  She was the assistant choreographer and magician’s assistant for the “Magic & Illusion Festival,” a magic show in Athens, Greece which headlined world famous magicians such as Shawn Farquhar, Julianna Chen, Kevin James and Omar Pasha. She has been hired by the ex-CEO of MTV Networks to choreograph at private events and was the movement director in the West End production of Ben Hecht’s ‘The Screenwriters Daughter’ which performed out of Leicester Square Theatre in London, UK. Most recently, she was selected to film a documentary for CBC (Canadian Broadcast Corporation) entitled “The Fear of Dancing”.  

Tiffany is a firm believer in continuous personal growth and likes to lead by example for both her daughter and her students. She is well known for her energetic teaching style and attention to detail. She has a background in competitive powerlifting and understands the importance of incorporating strength training into her teaching methods. Always wanting to diversify herself as a teacher, Tiffany is constantly seeking to expand her knowledge and skillset. She is a Level 1 and 2 certified mUvmethod Stretch instructor for delivering safe and effective stretching and mobility techniques for dancers. She holds a Level 1 certification as a PBT instructor and is currently completing her 200 Hour Yoga Teacher Training. She is passionate about creating strong technical training habits and educating her students not only in the art of dance but also in the science behind the movement. She is very excited to be joining the Dance Fit Cardio team. 



Shaylee has trained extensively in many genres specializing in Jazz, Lyrical, Contemporary, Hip Hop and Musical Theatre. Her talent has taken her across Canada, the United States and Europe as a dancer and choreographer. 

Shaylee was an assistant choreographer to Melissa Williams on “So You Think You Can Dance Canada” and assistant choreographer to Breanna English for the newly imagined 2022 BC Lions Uproar Dance Team. Shaylee has choreographed for local country artist, Danielle Ryan, on several projects ("Take Me Back", "Ain't Christmas Without You", "My Christmas Song") and she has choreographed shows for SGA Productions and Merlin Entertainment (“LEGO Friends” at LEGOLAND Windsor). 

 Shaylee worked with world-renowned choreographer/director, Kenny Ortega, as a dancer on the Disney channel movie “Descendants”. She has performed with such artists as Nickelback, Imagine Dragons, Dallas Smith, Victoria Duffield, and Ash Koley, and she has performed in numerous events for the award winning Patrick Roberge Productions - C.F.L.’s 99th and 102nd Grey Cup Halftime show, Special Olympics Canada Summer Games Opening Ceremonies, BC Lions Halftime shows, and live stage shows at the Pacific National Exhibition (Boogie Fever, 80’s Forever, Let’s Go Crazy, KABOOM!, and PopCity). Shaylee also performed in the Vancouver 2010 Olympics opening and closing ceremonies.