Ann Davis was raised in Sparks, Nevada and her interest in dance began with street styles of hip-hop. Throughout her adolescence and young adulthood Davis continued her dance training in various studios in Nevada and received a scholarship to Nevada Performing Arts when she was in the fifth grade. She studied ballet, jazz, hip-hop and tap intensely. Davis started publicly performing at 11 years old with Ballet Nevada and by the time she was 17; started teaching along with opening at concerts. She went on to be a performer at the University of Nevada, Reno studying modern and tap. Her interest in dance fitness was intensified when she started teaching at small gyms in Nevada. She has a passion for helping people overcome emotional and physical barriers through the performing arts. Davis has been on several hip-hop dance teams and is a current student at Stony Brook University. She currently teaches hip-hop in Long Island New York. She has also taught and trained in the fundamentals of social dance and has worked extensively with individual students, groups, and couples. She has worked with Quinceañers, wedding couples, and father daughter dance.