Savana and Serena are identical twin professional dancers, entrepreneurs, and teachers. Having been dancing their whole lives, the twins decided to move to Los Angeles right after graduating high school to pursue their career as professional dancers. In four short years they danced on world tours, in movies, commercials, television shows, award shows, music videos all for Demi Lovato, Iggy Azalea, Brittney Spears, Jason Derulo, Becky G, Chris Brown and MANY more! Along their journey they also created The Zello Brand, their clothing line, and became ambassadors for Puma, Reebok, Under Armor and Fabletics. After a successful professional career in Los Angeles, the twins are back to share everything they've learned about the industry and train young dancers to live their dreams as they did.
Boston-based dancer, Zach Galasso, has been dancing for 20 years. He was a finalist in Vegas for So You Think You Can Dance - Season 12, back in 2015. He graduated from Hofstra University in 2015 where he spent four years on the competitive Hofstra University Dance Team earning him two Division 1 National Titles. Currently, Zach works at DPA Communications, a PR agency in Boston and choreographs for a few local competitive studios. In addition, he travels all over the U.S. and internationally, choreographing and training competitive high school and college level dancers with TRA Choreography, LLC.
Rachel is a Boston based dancer who works alongside Natalie Johnson Dance Company as a company member and with Pantos Project Dance as an apprentice. She teaches and choreographs award winning pieces in both New Hampshire and Massachusetts. As a graduate from Point Park University, she received a BFA in dance with a minor in Business Management. Rachel has had the privilege in working with choreographers such as Ronen Koresh, Sidra Bell, Adam Hougland, Stephanie Martinez, Mark Burrell, Doug Bentz, and Kiesha Lalama and recently performed with Boston’s Odyssey Opera. In her classes, Rachel strives to create an atmosphere where her students will have the ability to enhance their technique but also become aware of their own artistry, dynamics, and performance as a dancer.
Kylie Seymour grew up dancing at a local dance studio from the time she could walk and has not stopped since. She was able to dance across many different stages including Boston’s Wang Theatre as the opening act of the Radio City Rockettes, Walt Disney World Orlando, FL, New York city as the closing act in the Fred and Adele Astaire Awards, the half-time performance in the Sugarbowl in New Orleans, LA and all the way to the Riesa, Germany for the World Tap Championships