Born and raised in Boston, Jeffrey Louizia discovered his love for dance at Boston Arts
Academy. Proficient in many styles of dance, Jeffrey has studied extensively in ballet, tap,
modern jazz, modern, 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 into Canada. His strong base in
choreography has led him to choreograph for MC Hammer and direct for his family based
dance company Arc en Ciel Dance Troupe Inc, a Haitian folkloric dance co. Jeffrey is also
the Director and founder of Lovolution A worldwide movement where love and self worth
are brought to awareness through dance. Since moving to Los Angeles he has been in
many music videos and industrials including Sketchers, Black Eyed Peas “Rock Your
Body,” Taio Cruz “Dirty Picture,” Ace Hood ft lil Wayne and rick ross "Hustle" and
American Idol winner Alexandra Burke’s “Start Without You.” Jeffrey Louizia is currently
dancing with Odyssey dance theater performing productions thriller and Romeo and
Juliet, in salt lake city Utah and touring Europe. He is also a featured Dancer in the movie
dear dumb diary also the hip hop director at the pointe dance school in Alpine Utah.
Jeffrey Louizia loves to teach, motivate and inspire as well as being inspired by all who
share and do not share his love for dance. He truly believes that in being your true self
and living to your fullest you must walk in love.
Received my B.A in Dance in 2009 from Dean College where I studied extensively in Ballet, Modern, Jazz,
Tap, and Hip Hop. I resided in New York from 2009-2013 where I danced professionally under the
representation of dance agency MSA. Throughout my 4 years in New York City I choreographed for the
New York City Children’s Aid Societies Teen Show Choir that performed in numerous venues around the
city such as Madison Square Garden and Radio City, a member of Hip Hop Dance Company KPDC which
performed at numerous exclusive New York shows such as Rhapsody’s Sirens After Dark, Sybarite, and
Carnival, an ensemble dancer on the off Broadway show “All Shook Up” starring Sally Struthers, Coke
Zero promo dancer , a Barbie dancer at Teen Vogue Fashion Show, Choreographer and dancer for rising
teen hip hop artist Brittany Smooch, a dancer for VH1 Plus commercial under choreographer BT, and
choreographer for Hip Hop High The Musical T.V Series. My most recent works include principal hip hop
dancer in the brand new up and coming Utah dance show Urban Fairytales and back up dancer for up
and coming Utah music artist Mykel.
Kylie Bronk is a captivating Artist fueled by Love. With a background in Ballet, Jazz, Contemporary and Hip-Hop she has found a balance between technique and the freedom of movement. With a very unique style and positive outlook she has gained national and international recognition as a Performer and Choreographer. Kylie is a member of the Utah Urban Dance Organization, a non-profit organization that is centered on community, charity, and inspiration. Along with her continued training, from all around the world, she has found success as a professional dancer performing for stage productions, international corporate events and touring with Odyssey Dance Theater. Making her way from the stage to film, Kylie has worked as a principal dancer for numerous films and recently a featured dancer and choreographer for the short film “Undefended” directed by Mickaela Grace. Kylie’s passion for dance and life have made her highly sought after in the dance industry. With the ability to teach all ages and levels she has been able to inspire countless individuals teaching at numerous conventions, workshops, master classes and studio's including Salt Lake City's Millennium Dance Complex. The Versatility that Kylie Bronk brings to the table is sure to leave everyone with a lasting experience.
Chase began his formal training under Peggi Neilsen at The Dance Establishment in Ogden Utah. While there, Chase trained in Hip Hop, Jazz, Ballet, Contemporary and Tap.
After training, Chase began his professional career as an apprentice with Odyssey Dance Theater, then later become a full company member for the next 7 years. While working with Odyssey, Chase had the pleasure to travel to Europe and across the country. During this time Chase was able to appear in Music videos as well as award winning dance films and recently appeared in “Dear Dumb Diaries” as well as Urban Fairytalez production “Who are you” as the White Rabbit.
His enthusiasm for dance has taken him around the country to teach multiple styles of dance to children of all ages and skill level. Chase says “Seeing the progression of a dancer is one of the most rewarding moments and to see the release that dance is able to aid in is a beautiful thing.” Chase has recently pursued choreography and has been nominated and won “Best Choreography” and “Judges Choice” as well as choreographing works for local companies and studios. Chase is currently teaching at Millennium Dance Complex SLC and other local studios, as well as traveling with dance competitions as a judge.
Chase is grateful for the opportunities placed in front of him to spread his love of his craft and to experience the gift of dance.
Eldon Johnson has danced professionally all over the world, including Germany,
Switzerland, Austria, South Korea, China, Costa Rica, Mexico, Haiti, and all across the
US. Eldon was a company member with Odyssey Dance Theatre for 18 years, and has
done guest work with Parsons Dance Project, Mia Michaels RAW, and SoulEscape.
Most recently, Eldon had the opportunity to perform in Andre Kasten’s production,
“Gray St.”, at the ACE awards showcase in New York City. Eldon was featured on Nigel
Lythgoe’s hit reality TV series, “A Chance to Dance”, where he made it to the final 8
dancers, and was able to work with British choreographers Michael Nunn and William
Trevitt, founders of the esteemed company, The Ballet Boyz. He has worked with many
choreographers such as Travis Wall, Dee Caspary, Derryl Yeager, Bonnie Story, Andre
Kasten and Leah Moyer, Liz Imperio, Mia Michaels, Kenny Ortega, Vince Patterson, and
Ronen Koresh to name a few. His commercial credits include MTV’s 2010 Video Music
Awards with Florence + the Machine, “Dear Dumb Diary”, Glenn Beck’s “Man in the
Moon”, Disney’s “High School Musical 1 and 3”, MTV’s “American Mall”, Redken,
Windows 7, Usana, Xango, and assisting on the hit show, “So You Think You Can
Dance”. Eldon was also Utah’s Best of State Individual Dancer in 2010, and is an
accomplished choreographer for studios, professional dance companies, music videos,
and various industrial projects. Currently Eldon is dancing with Salt Contemporary
Dance here in Salt Lake City, Utah, and loving every moment of it.
Olivia's dancing began 1983 in New York training in ballet, jazz, and tap. When she moved to Japan in her early childhood, she stuck with ballet training there. Then continuing her strict ballet training in Utah with Utah Regional Ballet from her early teens until college. From there, Olivia has expanded her dance journey. Throughout the past 18 years she has had the opportunity to train in jazz, modern, hip hop/urban styles, contemporary, broadway, ballroom, african, irish step, tap, breakdance, popping, whacking, locking, krump, and house. Since 2011, her passion for dance transformed when she was exposed to the Urban dance scene, and now her biggest inspirations come inside of freestyle.
Olivia is Assistant Director of a professional all styles dance company, Underground Crew, since it first started in 2011. She is also an active staff member of Lovolution since 2014, always inspired by the Lovolution motto to build self worth and love through dance around the world. Olivia also runs her own business as a Personal Wellness Coach with Herbalife. Most of all, she is grateful for her supportive husband Gary Fullmer and their two sons Ashton and Brenden.
Audrey Parker is a native of Las Vegas, Nevada. Audrey began dancing at
Bunker Dance Center and continued dancing there until she graduated high
school from the Las Vegas Academy for Performing Arts in 2007, where she
majored in dance.
Audrey then moved to Utah where she earned a bachelor’s degree in Performing
Arts, with an emphasis in modern dance, at Utah Valley University. While there,
she was a member of the contemporary company, Contemporary Dance
Audrey has worked with choreographers such as Napoleon and Tabitha Dumo,
and as an assistant to Stacey Tookey from “So You Think You Can Dance” for
five years. She was a member of Odyssey Dance Theatre from 2010-2014.
During that time she performed around the country, as well as Germany multiple
times, and Istanbul, Turkey.
Audrey has been a part of Lovolution since the beginning and has loved
witnessing the growth in the program, the dancers, and the faculty members,
including her self. What an amazing experience it is to better ourselves. Let’s
start a LOVOLUTION!
Megan Adelsberger began her dance training at Elower-Sicilia Productions in Maryland and was a member of their performing arts company for thirteen years. During her summers she continued to develop her artistry at studios in New York City and Los Angeles. Megan attended The University of the Arts in Philadelphia, PA and spent two years traveling the world while performing on Holland America Cruise Ships. She was a featured dancer in Cultural Soul’s show Movement, artistically directed by Moncell “ill kozby" Durden. She has choreographed and danced in multiple music videos for several underground artists and had her choreography showcased in The Eureka Dance Festival in Washington D.C. Megan can be found on So You Think You Can Dance during Season 6 and 7 of “Vegas Week” and the LA Results Show. She was also on a Nigel Lythgoe Productions T.V. series called A Chance To Dance, where she had the opportunity to study under Michael Nunn and William Trevitt formerly of The Royal Ballet. Megan's latest appearance was in a Hallmark film entitled "Dear Dumb Diary” choreographed by Bonnie Story. She has performed at the Capezio ACE Awards in New York City, Jazz Dance World Congress, and spent the past 5 years touring internationally as a company member with Odyssey Dance Threatre. Megan is currently one of the producers of Urban Fairytalez where she helped to create, direct, choreograph, and perform in their annual production of “Who Are You?” She travels to Haiti and instructs year round for Lovolution, a worldwide movement where love and self worth are brought to awareness through dance. While Megan is not busy performing, she continues to share her passion teaching and choreographing for industrials, workshops, shows, and in studios across the nation including Salt Lake City’s Millennium Dance Complex and Pioneer High School for the Performing Arts.