Owner, Artistic Director
Christina Wiginton has swiftly become a well known entity in the dance world due to her exciting, award winning choreography and all around inspiring and exhilarating training in dance classes. Her passion began at the tender age of three when she took her very first dance class and has since propelled her to take her all over the southeast to work with students who thrive off of her high energy and creative classes.
Christina has developed an eclectic teaching style that fuses combinations of jazz, hip hop, lyrical, contemporary, and a dancer’s own natural movement…setting her choreography apart in today’s dance world. This sought after choreography can be seen on many competitive companies and studios in Georgia, Florida, South Carolina, and Kentucky. Christina’s work also includes solo choreography for the Miss Georgia Pageant, Jr. Miss America Pageant, University of California Scholarship Program, regionally and nationally ranked dance studios and drill teams, as well as group and solo choreography for various pageants and talent shows. Christina continues to work with many dance studios and companies along the east coast and now serves as the Artistic Director and Co-Owner of CK DanceWorks, Inc in Dallas, GA. She teaches over 20 classes a week and is the director of DancElite, the studio’s competitive performing company, which was ranked in the top 50 dance programs in the southeast by the Federation Dance of Competitions. DancElite is also currently ranked nationally in the competition world. Christina served as a faculty member of the North Atlanta School of the Arts based out of North Cobb Christian School where she taught jazz and lyrical. Christina also serves on the panel of judges at several national level dance competitions. Most recently she became a founding board member for MusEffect, a non-profit dance company located in Los Angeles and created by well known choreographer Jessica Starr.
Owner, Artistic Director
Kensey Mimbs began her dance training at a very early age at The Dance Factory in Austell, GA. She then trained at Steps Dance Center in Woodstock, GA, where she was a member of their Competitive Dance Company for ten years. She has trained under professionals such as Tony Coppola, Roland Dupree, Joe Tremaine, Darren Henson, Chris Judd and Stepp Stewart. Kensey’s performance credits include Walt Disney World, Carnival Cruise Lines, and many national dance competitions. Being a serious, competitive dancer left Kensey with a high degree of expertise and a distinctive teaching ability in ballet, tap, jazz, lyrical and hip hop.
Kensey was a professional AFL cheerleader for the Georgia Force and a NFL Cheerleader for the Atlanta Falcons. Kensey’s fun, innovative classes teach and entertain all ages. Currently she judges for Starpower Talent Competition. Kensey is honored waking up and going to work each day. She is beyond blessed to share her love of dance with children of all ages.
Owner, Operations Manager
Brandy Moss is a native Georgia Peach, born and raised in Cobb County. She began competing as a teenager and won many regional & national top awards, including a Tremaine Intern Scholarship to the Moro Landis Studio in LA, now known as Millennium Dance Complex. After traveling to train in Los Angeles, she realized that her true passion was teaching within the studio. She began teaching as a free-lance instructor and created her own “Tender Loving Dance” program traveling to over fifteen preschools in the area. She realized early on that she had the drive to be an entrepreneur. She worked hard to make that happen and at the age of 21, opened Steps Dance Center in Woodstock. Steps grew into a very successful dance studio & business, which Brandy later sold to her assistant.
Brandy enjoyed her time away from work, but soon realized how much she missed the studio. She reached out to Cairo’s finest Christina Wiginton, a well-known instructor with un-stoppable choreography and southern sweetness, and together with her sister, Kensey Mimbs, a talented dancer with a passion for teaching young children, they derived a vision. That vision, that dream, became CK DanceWorks, Inc.
Today, Brandy enjoys working as the office manager for CKDW, and with everything that entails, has time to be a busy mom, too. Brandy’s three talented daughters are following in their mother’s footsteps. They each have a love for dance and spend most of their time at the studio training. Brandy believes that each child should have a dream and follow it with their heart. She is never more proud than to see previous students thriving and following their dreams.