Karen is a fun, enthusiastic, and reliable street-style dance instructor who has over 10 years of teaching experience; coaching and choreographing for students from pre-school age to adults. Originally from New Zealand, she grew up training in ballet, modern jazz and tap before progressing onto training and then teaching hip hop & street jazz choreography for dance crew competitions, small stage shows and theatrical productions. She is now based in Brooklyn, New York with an O-1 Artist Visa, teaching hip hop, street jazz, waacking, house and basic popping. She has a huge passion for teaching and sharing the love of dance and music, Inspiring students to extend beyond their own limitations.

Karen is a fun, enthusiastic, and reliable street-style dance instructor who has over 10 years of teaching experience; coaching and choreographing for students from pre-school age to adults. Originally from New Zealand, she grew up training in ballet, modern jazz and tap before progressing onto training and then teaching hip hop & street jazz choreography for dance crew competitions, small stage shows and theatrical productions. She is now based in Brooklyn, New York with an O-1 Artist Visa, teaching hip hop, street jazz, waacking, house and basic popping. She has a huge passion for teaching and sharing the love of dance and music, Inspiring students to extend beyond their own limitations.

Chrybaby Cozie has been cultivating Litefeet in Harlem for over 8 years with a group of talented individuals called the "BWRECKFAST CLUB." Over 50 people today represent BC spreading the message of a positive hip hop movement and underground street dance. Chrybaby created an organization called "Lite Feet Nation" which is the hub of the entire litefeet movement today. Chrybaby currently teaches several adult and kid classes at professional studio EXPG in Manhattan.

Chrybaby Cozie has been cultivating Litefeet in Harlem for over 8 years with a group of talented individuals called the "BWRECKFAST CLUB." Over 50 people today represent BC spreading the message of a positive hip hop movement and underground street dance. Chrybaby created an organization called "Lite Feet Nation" which is the hub of the entire litefeet movement today. Chrybaby currently teaches several adult and kid classes at professional studio EXPG in Manhattan.

Miyabi has an extensive resume across all performance platforms. She has performed on television for the Nickelodeon HALO Awards and in an Orbit commercial. She performed live at NYC Pride the Rally and in a Bollywhack video. She has trained at prestigious facilities such as the Brooklyn School for Music and Theatre, the Next Generation New York Studio, and the EXPG Excile Gym. On top of all of that, she is also fluent in Japanese!

Miyabi has an extensive resume across all performance platforms. She has performed on television for the Nickelodeon HALO Awards and in an Orbit commercial. She performed live at NYC Pride the Rally and in a Bollywhack video. She has trained at prestigious facilities such as the Brooklyn School for Music and Theatre, the Next Generation New York Studio, and the EXPG Excile Gym. On top of all of that, she is also fluent in Japanese!

Kunle, aka Kayalyst, began dancing at the age of sixteen. Not having any outlet for dance in his hometown of Memphis, TN, he could only mimic dances he saw in music videos and movies. Leaving Memphis to attend college in Boston, he was soon exposed to a much larger dance scene. He learned both in and out of the studio from some of Boston's legends, Megatron and Shallow. He soon found a passion for the art of freestyle dance with an emphasis on popping. While he was in Boston he danced and choreographed for Slaughterhouse, Static Noyze, and Side Project in addition to many solo works. This year, Kunle took over as Executive Director for Everybody Dance Now! He currently resides in New York where he continues to train, teach, and share. 

Kunle, aka Kayalyst, began dancing at the age of sixteen. Not having any outlet for dance in his hometown of Memphis, TN, he could only mimic dances he saw in music videos and movies. Leaving Memphis to attend college in Boston, he was soon exposed to a much larger dance scene. He learned both in and out of the studio from some of Boston's legends, Megatron and Shallow. He soon found a passion for the art of freestyle dance with an emphasis on popping. While he was in Boston he danced and choreographed for Slaughterhouse, Static Noyze, and Side Project in addition to many solo works. This year, Kunle took over as Executive Director for Everybody Dance Now! He currently resides in New York where he continues to train, teach, and share. 

Keenan Thomas started dancing litefeet in the beginning of 2009 and since then has been competing all over New York City at events such as Rep Your Style, Battlefest, Juste Debout NYC, and Step Ya Game Up. He has been a finalist or semi-finalist in many of these all-style competitions. He has performed at many venues and events like Funkbox, Lehman college, and New York Choreographers Carnival. He is currently a professional instructor at EXPG studios. 

Keenan Thomas started dancing litefeet in the beginning of 2009 and since then has been competing all over New York City at events such as Rep Your Style, Battlefest, Juste Debout NYC, and Step Ya Game Up. He has been a finalist or semi-finalist in many of these all-style competitions. He has performed at many venues and events like Funkbox, Lehman college, and New York Choreographers Carnival. He is currently a professional instructor at EXPG studios. 

Cebo has been dancing since before he could speak, winning his first dance competition when he was 5 years old. He has since gone on to win some of the world's largest dance battles - House Dance International and Juste Debout. He has choreographed for Kign Street Records recording artist Kimora Lovelace. He has collaborated with pioneers in the street dance community. In 2003, he set out to open a studio in Japan based on teaching the fundamentals of street. In 2013 he returned to New York to unite dancers through music, feeling, and movement. He teaches at many studios in New York including Peridance and EXPG.

Cebo has been dancing since before he could speak, winning his first dance competition when he was 5 years old. He has since gone on to win some of the world's largest dance battles - House Dance International and Juste Debout. He has choreographed for Kign Street Records recording artist Kimora Lovelace. He has collaborated with pioneers in the street dance community. In 2003, he set out to open a studio in Japan based on teaching the fundamentals of street. In 2013 he returned to New York to unite dancers through music, feeling, and movement. He teaches at many studios in New York including Peridance and EXPG.