Jeffrey Louizia

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Jeffrey Louizia discovered his love for dance right in his home in Boston. Being a part of the Haitian culture where dance was the center of his everyday life, he knew that it was written in the stars that dance was going to be his destinty! Attending Performing Arts Highschool, Boston Arts Academy, he became proficient in multiple styles of dance including Ballet, Tap, Modern, Jazz, Hip Hop, Krump as well as traditional Haitian Folk Dance. He has studied with such dance masters as Dianne Walker of "Black & Blue", Mark Morris, Bill T. Jones and Mandy Moore. He received his Bachelor of Arts Degree in Dance from Dean College.

 

Mr. Louizia’s performances have taken him all across New England & up and down the Eastern US Seaboard, West Coast, and Internationally.  His strong base in choreography has led him to choreograph for MC Hammer, Disney's The Andi Mac Show, Carnival in Los Angeles and for a national touring band called the Salamanders! Jeffrey is the Director and founder of Lovolution, a worldwide movement where love and self worth are brought to awareness through dance. He also is the Hip Hop Director of Millennium Dance Complex's BOOM CREW in Salt Lake City.

 

Since moving to Los Angeles he has been in many music videos and industrials including the movie Dear Dumb Diary, Sketchers, Black Eyed Peas “Rock Your Body,” Taio Cruz's “Dirty Picture,” Ace Hood ft lil Wayne & Rick Ross's "Hustle" and American Idol winner Alexandra Burke’s “Start Without You.” Jeffrey has also performed with Odyssey Dance Theater for 5 years performing nationally & touring Europe!

 

Jeffrey Louizia loves to teach, motivate and inspire as well as be inspired by all, including dancers and non-dancers! He truly believes that by using the platform of dance we can practice believing in ourselves, really understand our capabilities and grab a hold of our lives to not only discover, but own our infinite worth! Unapologetically being who we are and vibrating to our max to reveal our truest selves!

 

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