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My passion with hip hop began when I was 10 years old, and ever since, I've been on a mission to share the joy of movement with others. Since 2011, Dancenter has been my home base, where I've had the privilege of teaching students of all ages and backgrounds. Witnessing their passion ignite and seeing their skills flourish is what truly fuels my own fire.

But a dancer never stops learning. To keep my creativity fresh and bring new energy to my classes, I've delved into contemporary and jazz styles. This exploration has not only nourished my own artistic spirit, but also allowed me to weave a richer tapestry of movement for my students.
However, my journey extends beyond the studio walls. I've thrived in the competitive scene, taking home top honors at competitions like Honda Be+U in 2015, TS dance battle In 2018 and 2019, Nghien Dance 2021 with my dance company UDG. These experiences instilled in me a drive for excellence that I bring to both my own performances and the guidance I offer my students.

Lately, I've been drawn to the expressive power of combining hip hop with contemporary. This fusion style allows me to create dance pieces that tell stories, like "Tree of Life" from Gaia in 2019, "DNA" in 2022, "Unboxed" in 2023 and "Impact" in 2023. These choreographies are not just about steps, but about emotions and ideas brought to life through movement.

Ultimately, I'm more than just a hip hop teacher. I'm a passionate artist, a lifelong learner, and a believer in the transformative power of dance. Whether it's guiding beginners through their first steps or collaborating with experienced dancers on a new piece, my mission remains the same: to share the gift of movement and inspire others to express themselves through dance.

« When teaching I try to keep my students motivated and to love dancing whilst improving their artistry, technique, strength and confidence. »


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