Meet Your Choreographer
Brandon Chavez resides in Phoenix, Arizona, and is currently the Owner of 365 Spirit, a cheerleading and dance company which offers private home clinics, summer commuter camps, summer retreat camps, and competitive choreography. Brandon serves as a Clinic Director, and leads stunt clinic curriculum development. He has over two decades of experience as a cheerleader, coach, head camp instructor, music technician, and master choreographer. He has shared his expertise as a conference speaker across the United States including the CSCA, GSSA, NSCA, ICCA, OCCA, TCCA, WACPC, and AIA. His extensive judging experience includes the United Spirit Association, New Mexico Activities Association, Arizona Interscholastic Association, Golden State Spirit Association, and the Dance Team Union College Classic National Invitational.
Brandon has coached many successful co-ed, all girl, high school, all-star, STUNT, and collegiate teams in New Mexico, Arizona, and Texas. As a master choreographer, he has choreographed over two hundred winning regional, state, and national all girl, co-ed, and game day routines. In 2021, he set a new all time company record; 13 state championship titles choreographed in the 2020-2021 season! He has also produced numerous NCA, USA, and Jamfest choreography award winning routines. His choreography experience also includes co-producing the 2012 Nevada All State Cheerleading Team half time performances at the University of Nevada. Brandon has been a certified NFHS technical judge for the past 9 years, as well as leading the directional path for changes in NFHS rules. He currently serves as the head technical judge/NFHS rules interpreter for the AIA.
In 2017, his expertise lead him to be a consultant in the film industry for television and motion pictures. In 2018, he contributed as a cheerleading and dance consultant on a round table discussion about concussion safety and prevention on “New Mexico In Focus”.
In his down time, Brandon volunteers as a fundraising committee member for the New Mexico Boston Terrier Rescue (where he and his husband rescued their fur baby, Misha).
Brandon is certified nation wide by the National Federation of State High School Associations as an Accredited Interscholastic Coach. He is also licensed and certified through the New Mexico Public Education Department.
Jomar resides in Phoenix, Arizona, but is originally from Oceanside, California. He is the co-owner of 365 Spirit where he spearheads curriculum development for summer camps and private clinics, game day and traditional choreography concepts and serves as the business operati0ns manager. Jomar’s extensive experience started when he first encountered dance at the age of 8, which is when he enrolled in the Oceanside Dance Academy where he excelled in lyrical, ballet and contemporary.
At the age of 17 he was introduced to Competitive All-Star Cheerleading where he competed for 3 years on a level 5 team in events such as NCA-Dallas, American Grand Championships and The Cheerleading Worlds. It was this gym where he began his coaching career and was part of trailblazing the first Junior level 5 team in the state of New Mexico. His Allstar teams have placed top ten at The NCA Nationals in Dallas and won a National title from The UPA Nationals in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Jomar's attention to detail has won him multiple Tumbling and Choreography accolades including a Jamfest Choreography, and grand champion game day award. His coaching style is very detail oriented on technique focusing on the foundation, safety and progressions of cheerleading and dance.
In 2013 his talents led him to the New Mexico Ballet Company as a contract dancer. Many of the productions he’s danced include Don Quixote, Spartacus, The Nutcracker and Alice in Wonderland. He danced soloist roles such as the Rat King in The Nutcracker and the White Rabbit in Alice in Wonderland.
He has choreographed several pieces for various companies, including a ballet/contemporary piece called “Scarlet” in the New Mexico Ballet Company’s production of The Dancer’s Collaborative.
His choreography experience in cheer includes over 50 State, Regional, and National Championship game day and traditional cheer routines all over the country. His unique style and appreciation for musicality makes him one of the most sought-after competitive choreographers in the country.
In 2017 his expertise led him to be a consultant in the film industry for television and motion pictures which includes a Lifetime made for tv movie called Cheerleader Killer.
Jomar is a NFHS certified technical judge, certified USA Cheer Rules Interpreter, as well as certified nationwide by the National Federation of State High School Associations as an Accredited Interscholastic Coach. He has served at a technical judge and as a performance judge for the Arizona Interscholastic Association since 2020.
In his down time, Jomar enjoys cooking and experimenting with elaborate recipes. He volunteers as a fundraising committee member for the New Mexico Boston Terrier Rescue (where he and his husband rescued their fur baby, Misha)