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Sexy Hip Hop


This class is taught by:

Brittany Desatnik

Brittany Desatni, AKA Brittney Bazooka, started dancing at 5 years old. Studied Hip-Hop, Jazz, Ballet, Modern, and Tap. She has been training at Kent State University, Franklin School of Dance and privately taught by NBA Dance Team coaches. She is also skilled in choreography and has choreographed/performed in many performances such as 42nd Street the Musical, Dance Nationals, back-up for Hip- Hop artists, and College Dance Teams. Ms. Bazooka has blended what she has learned from her diverse dance background and created her own unique style. What you will find in Brittany's dance class most resembles a combination of Beyonce, Lady GaGa, Micheal Jackson, and Ciara all mixed into one.

Derrick Garcia

An international dancer/choreographer/aerial movement specialist and dance fitness professional by training, Derrick has embodied the art of dance and fitness through countless years of disciplined training. He is a master of various world dance genres – including Bollywood, African, hip-hop, stepping, waacking – to name a few, and performs as an aerial movement specialist with Aerial Experience Productions. Through his unique personality, humor, genuine love, and ability to entertain crowds, Derrick is touching the hearts of individuals across the globe. Derrick teaches dance fitness Master Classes for the City of Hope Hospital in Los Angeles, instructing weekly classes for the Biggest Loser Fitness Resort in Malibu, California, hosting Zumba Fitness workshops across the US. In 2012, Derrick was invited to perform with fitness icon, Richard Simmons, on his hit DVD series entitled, “Project Hope”. Richard was so pleased with Derrick’s enthusiasm that he gave recruited Derrick to perform as a dancer in his viral music video entitled, “Hair-Do”. Most recently, Derrick performed in Russia at a world-broadcast event held at the Moscow Kremlin with international artist Julia Ara. Derrick currently resides in Los Angeles and travels the world as dancer/ choreographer/ aerialist and dance fitness professional to share his expertise with a broad audience of dance and fitness enthusiasts. Derrick says "If your heart and minds feels good, you can do anything including reaching your fitness goals."

Elana Kluner

Elana Kluner is an international dancer, choreographer and creative director. She started dancing Jazz, Ballet, Tap, Rhythmic Gymnastics and Musical Theatre at the age of three in her hometown Winnipeg, Canada. She continued her classical training after moving to San Diego, California at age seven and soon after became heavily involved in the hip hop community, dancing with teams such as The Effect, Breakthrough, Choreo Cookies, Funkanometry and Boogiezone’s Breed. At age eighteen, Elana moved to LA to pursue her dance dreams, signed with MSA agency and became a work-study at Millennium Dance Complex. She danced in music videos for artists such as T-Pain, Lil Bow Wow and Omarion and danced in the movies B-Girl and GI Joe.

At age 20, Elana moved to New Zealand to attend University. Throughout obtaining her Bachelor of Art’s Degree in Journalism and Creative Writing, she directed her own dance company, Monroe, who placed first in a national competition, winning a grand prize of $10,000, performed in front of 200,000 people at the Coca Cola Christmas in the Park and danced on MTV’s Street Dance 3D premiere. She also toured internationally with top recording artists J Williams, Vince Harder, K One, Erakah and Illegal Banditz. Elana has also choreographed and danced for Australian Idol winner Stan Walker at the Vodafone New Zealand Music Awards, danced in a commercial for Toyota and was an assistant choreographer for a Chevron commercial.

Following graduation, Elana returned to LA, signed with Go2Talent Agency, became a work-study at Movement Lifestyle Studios and continued to work in the industry. She then booked a three month gig in China dancing for various Chinese artists and performing on national television. Soon after, Elana choreographed and danced for artists such as Kat Deluna, Andy Grammer, B Howard, P Diddy, French Montana and Nas. She has most recently returned as an assistant choreographer and dancer on the Wonderful World Tour with Aaron Carter and as a choreographer and dancer for the Annual Central American Pepsi Corporate Event in Guatemala.

Harmony Costa

Harmony Costa started dancing in 2000 when a friend of hers took her to Millennium Dance Complex for the first time. From that moment on, she knew she was in the right place. She continued to train, day and night, in any style that was offered. Hip Hop, Lyrical Jazz and House were her favorites.
After a year of classes at various studios, mainly MDC and Debbie Reynolds, she landed a few teaching jobs around LA... She also regularly appeared in the infamous monthly "Carnival" stage show at the Key Club, as well as, many other local gigs. Then in 2007, Harmony booked the off-broadway show "Stomp Out Loud" in Las Vegas at Planet Hollywood.
While in Vegas, she joined a dance company called "Lost Vegas" that specialized in large stage productions. She also joined a Stepping/ Body Percussion crew called "Molodi" that performed in small, intimate theaters, jazz cafe type places, as well as, corporate events.
By 2009, the North American Stomp Tour asked her to join their cast on the road, which she gladly accepted. After 8 months of touring, she was back in Vegas and back in rehearsals with Molodi for small tours of their own. But, Harmony was missing LA and yearning for something new. So, she moved back home in 2010 and took up Dj-ing. After just one year she had already made that her full time job. The only thing missing was dance. Lucky for her, her amazing hairstylist, Gloria, knew of this place called Infit that had just opened. So, she thought she'd give it try....
Now, she's been re-introduced to everything she loved about dance, just in a new, exciting kind of way.
Harmony always looks forward to sharing all that she's learned over the last 16 years.. Especially in the marriage of movement and musicality.
Sexy Hip Hop is a high-energy, playful, dance class most suited for individuals who would consider themselves divas! For this class you should be prepared to sweat, learn choreography, gain confidence, sex appeal, and most of all have a good time! You will be learning new choreography each class. The dance moves you will be taught most resemble styles of Beyonce, Lady Gaga, PussyCat Dolls, and Ciara. The class will begin with a 15 minute warmup, followed by 30 minutes of learning choreography and ending with 15 minutes of performance time. During performance time you have the option of being recorded and having your personal performance sent to you by email. For this class you should wear comfortable, non-restrictive clothing and shoes you can dance in. If you are wishing to move like the sexy women in hip hop/pop videos or wanting to show off alittle on the dance floor then this is the class for you!