Classes: Lyrical Jazz, Jazz, Tap, Pre-Ballet, Toddler
Meghan began her training in the Pacific Northwest. Meghan’s first love was Tap, but eventually she branched off into Jazz, Ballet, Hip Hop, Lyrical and Modern with various studios in the Portland, OR area, finally ending up at Dancevision under the direction of Michelle McKinney.
Throughout her training, Meghan received many national awards and scholarships with LA Danceforce, NYC Dance Alliance, Tremaine, and Co Dance which led her to move to Los Angeles at the age of eighteen. Meghan went on to complete the Edge PAC scholarship program and dance with choreographers such as Terri Best, Denise Leitner, Adam Parson, Mandy Moore, Malaya, Eddie Garcia, and more.
Meghan went on to perform throughout LA, appearing in the MTV Movie Awards, Jazz Dance LA, Spectrum Dance concerts and co-choreographing with Tito Reyes in their interactive performance company Trebel. Most recently Meghan resided in Hawaii where she was a featured cast member in Waikiki Nei under direction of collaborators from Cirque de Soleil.
Meghan’s teaching style is a mixture of artistry, discipline and love. She instills the fundamentals in her students while giving them the tools to explore their own natural movement. Meghan specializes in Tap, Jazz, Lyrical Jazz, Pre Ballet and Toddler classes.
Meghan is now focused on sharing her knowledge with our future professional dancers and hoping to inspire a love for dance in anyone willing to learn.
Classes: Ballet, Hip-Hop, Contemporary/Lyrical Jazz, Jazz, Musical Theatre, Tap
Tito Reyes is a native of Central California. His first entrance into the world of dance was as an eight-year-old, studying break dancing. At fourteen, he began serious training as a ballet dancer, receiving scholarships from San Francisco Ballet School, Joffrey Ballet, and PBT. At age eighteen, Mr. Reyes relocated to New York to begin his Broadway career dancing in “The King and I” and performing in the “Radio City Christmas Spectacular”. After touring, he stopped in San Francisco to perform for the San Francisco Opera House in “Betrothal In A Monastery”.
After performing in New York for 6 more years, Tito made the move to Los Angeles where he studied as a scholarship student at The Edge Performing Arts Center. He then began working with 2G Productions in “The Wedding Banquet” and “Finding Home” where he was able to travel to China, Taiwan, Seattle, and Canada. Tito was also a company member of MYO Productions under the direction of Josie Walsh, showcasing his ariel and dance techniques on stage in “Gone With A Whim” and at movie premieres for “Bulletproof Monk”.
Tito has been choreographing his own unique style for 10 years. In 2002 he formed a theatrical dance company named Trebel while living in LA where his company performed throughout various venues. Most recently Tito performed on the islands of Maui and Oahu in shows “U’lalena” and “Waikiki Nei” for 3 years. He also produced and directed his own show titled “Exit then Enter” with his dance company Trebel.
Tito now resides in California where he hopes to inspire and develop the East Bay dance community as well as bring Trebel to yet another audience.
Tito’s teaching style is structured and technical through the base of ballet but yet funky from the years of break-dancing experience. The fusion of the two produces a unique style of discipline. Tito specializes in Ballet, Hip Hop, Jazz, Contemporary Jazz and Lyrical. Tito also has been community based by volunteering his dance talent to a few places: New York Boys and Girls Club, Brooklyn public school and San Francisco Boys and Girls Club
Classes: Ballet, Pre-Ballet, Toddler
Rosselyn Ramirez was born and received her training in Caracas, Venezuela. From 2005-2011, she performed with Ballet Classico de Camara Nina Novak, and with the Ballet National de Caracas Teatro Teresa Carreño. She has danced principal roles in the classical ballet repertoire, including Le Corsaire, Esmeralda and the Nutcracker and in contemporary ballets such as La Valse, Amor, Brujo, Passion, and Texturas. Ms. Ramirez was a guest artist at the 21st Festival of Ballet in Havana, Cuba. Since joining Diablo Ballet in 2011, Ms. Ramirez has danced in works by KT Nelson, Dominic Walsh, and Septime Webre, Eugene Loring, and the exquisite "End of Time" Pas de Deux by Ben Stevenson.