LaToya Bellamy born in Norfolk VA. LaToya started dancing at the age of three at Norfolk Dance Academy; she trained in ballet, pointe and tap at the time. She then moved to Rotterdam, Netherlands at the age of 11 and started dancing hip hop. LaToya then put a hip hop group together, The International Girls. The group performed for many celebrities and competed in several hip hop competitions. In 1994 moved to the lovely Island of Oahu and continued her dancing in tap, ballet, hip-hop and jazz. She then joined several studios such as Nix Dance, Studio 808 and Hypersquad Dance Company to challenge herself with the different verities of choreographers. Dancing with Hypersquad has given her the opportunity to perform for the Pro Bowl in 1998 and several other events through out her years with them. LaToya also started her modeling career by being apart of several pageants, then with Vogue International in 1996 and became a VIP dancer, as a VIP dancer they would perform at pageants such as the Asian International Now living in Los Angeles she has landed several jobs, back up dancer for several artist. Now having her own dance studio in the City of Inglewood, she continues to exceed her own expectations.
She has always loved to share her talent with the world!!!
"DANCE LIKE NO ONE IS WATCHING"
Teaches: Ballet & Tap
Julie has been dancing for over 25 years and is trained in tap, jazz, and ballet. She won countless dance competitions in her youth, taught at various dance studios over the years, and was a member of the professional dance company, “Jazz Du Funk”, of Shanghai, China. Julie was also certified to teach tap dancing through The Tap Teacher Training Program, conducted by Chris Baker of the National Tap Ensemble.
Julie holds a BS and M.Ed. in Special Education and incorporates the teaching philosophies of her professional career into her dance classes. Julie’s passion in life is teaching children and watching their eyes light up as they learn new skills and build self-confidence.
Teaches: Ballet, Tap, Jazz
A professional dancer from Worcester , MA, who has been dancing for over 18 years. She is trained in ballet, tap, jazz, acrobatics, pointe and hip hop. From ages 10-18, Malaysia was a competitive dancer who won multiple awards such as, Dancer of the Year and Miss Dance Capers.” She started her first professional dance career as a Boston Celtic’s Dancer for four years. In 2016 , she moved to Los Angeles to continue to pursue her dance career. She is signed to Movement Talent Agency and continues to work with various artists and on various projects. Malaysia continues to dance and motivate aspiring young dancers to pursue their passion for dance.
Teaches: Hip Hop
Elton started his dance journey seven years ago in high school learning to krump from his older cousins. He began practicing free style hip hop his freshmen year of college and started to really fall in love with the old school style of dance but giving a twist to it by adding the animation style of hip hop. During his freshmen year he interned for Spector Dance Studios as they worked with Diablo for the East West project. While at the studio Elton took ballet classes to gain a better foundation on his hip hop style, and shortly after his internship, he auditioned for the Jabbawockeez. After the audition he was inspired to create a dance duo called Elementz Of Omni. They have performed in multiple Choreographer Showcases in the local Monterey area, the Monterey Museum of Art, and Sacramento’s Wizardry World Comic Con. Elton was also nominated as head Choreographer of the duo. Continuing his passion and drive to the work he brought it back home to where it all started.