Studio 6:14 partners with Makhuwa Brazillian JiuJitsu, SDUB Fitness to create new power studio.

Updated: Sep 9

Blessed Matai, Brittany Thurman and Savion Washington


Brittany Thurman is beyond excited; she’s thrilled.

The owner of Studio 6:14 Dance & Performing Arts in Stephenville is gearing up for an exciting few months with plans to relocate and expand her popular business.

“Studio 6:14, Makhuwa Brazillian JiuJitsu and SDUB Fitness are partnering to bring the community dance, martial arts and specialized athletic training in one place,” Brittany told Beneath the Surface News.

The new power studio will be located at 2900 W. Washington Street in the Bosque River Center.

The new facility will include four studios, a fully-stocked boutique, bigger lobby, and of course, more parking.

Studio 6:14 opened in 2018 and offers ballet, tap, jazz, hip hop, acrodance, cheer, musical theatre, lyrical/contemporary and competition team classes.

(Brittany also hinted that a new dance style could be introduced when the new studio opens later this year.)

Blessed Matai, owner of Makhuwa Brazillian JiuJitsu, will offer martial arts training for kids and adults.

Savion Washington, owner of SDUB Fitness, will offer adult bootcamps and private athletic training for young athletes.

“Brittany and Blessed are amazing people and to be a part of that group is a dream come true,” Savion said.

The three partners will also offer packages for clients who want to pair services.

"We are so happy for this partnership that brings so many great options for families together under one roof,” Brittany said.

The studio’s grand opening will be held from 10 a.m.–2 p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 11.

There will be a DJ, giveaways and door prizes, so mark those calendars.

For more information, call or text 254-434-1114.