FOUNDER & CREATIVE DIRECTOR
Ki'Leigh Williams, a midwestern native from Indiana began her professional dance career at the age of 10 performing with the off-broadway show, Tap Kids. Growing up in a dance studio allowed her to learn styles such as Ballet, Jazz, Contemporary and Hip-Hop. After graduating high school, Ki'Leigh attended Point Park University receiving her Bachelors in Forensic Science while teaching Tap & Hip-Hop for their community classes and International Summer Dance Intensive. After graduating, Ki'Leigh moved to to reconnect with movement on the West-Coast. The rest is history! Ki'Leigh has taught tap & hip-hop styles in spaces such as Movement Lifestyle, Millennium Dance Complex, Point Park University and Motus The Company. She's also been blessed to move on projects with Usher, Adam Levine, Big Boi, Jesse McCartney, AlunaGeorge, Cirque Di Soleil, Disney +: Encore, & Remy Martin.
An artist with her heart set on intention, Jasmin Guillén brings the fun, the funk, and the flavor everywhere she goes. Raised on classic hip-hop, funk and RnB, dancing became second nature to the Los Angeles native. Jasmin began training intently at Movement Lifestyle in 2012 in a wide range of classes. She specializes in Hip Hop, House, choreography, and has dabbled in a variety of street styles. Her passion for music, people, and art are what keep her motivated to continuously learn and share her knowledge through teaching. Freestyle dance is an especially special class she enjoys teaching, helping her students discover what makes them unique. After signing with Bloc Talent Agency in 2020, Jámmin continues to learn as she navigates through the industry. Her artistry continues to thrive and flourish no matter what room she is in, her ultimate goal being to learn as much as she can to pass on knowledge to the next generation of dancers.
Allie is a playful mover from the heart of Texas. She has always had a love for dance and connecting with people. Her formal training began near her college years and she continued on to earn her BFA in Dance at the University of North Texas. Allie’s movement background includes: Modern, Ballet, Yoga, Hip-hop, House and Contact Improvisation. Since moving to LA in 2014, she has been exploring visual arts like photography, training in different styles and connecting with the community. She plans to continue expanding her dance knowledge, building her photography business and investing in the community. Her purpose is to create a safe space for artists to play, explore, grow, speak and be heard.