Founder and director of Streetenvy Dance & Fitness Academy. Self-taught passion for all dance styles is his influence creating choreography and the satisfaction of both teacher and students alike. As a professional who dedicates countless time towards his classes he admires interaction and equally, independence of the group members. Many Street Dance Championship wins, dancing with Flo-Rida on tour 2009 and performing on Sky One's Got To Dance 2013 are a glimpse of Simon's rewarding experience.
Strengths include street dance styles (hip hop, whacking, house, locking, popping and elements of vogue), reggaeton, commercial and fitness. Founder of GloEnvy Fitness - such a pleasure to be able to teach those who are less confident in dance or with little experience, then to see the progress... I love to inspire others and to see plenty of smiles along the way too!
From a young age, I performed in many local musical and dance productions. I really enjoyed dance as a hobby and wanted to expand my range of styles therefore furthering my experience by completing a BA degree in Contemporary Dance and Popular Music at Manchester Metropolitan University. While I was there, I was part of a street dance crew called ‘All Urban’ were we would perform our routines locally around the Manchester area.
Since moving to Bristol, I have worked at many primary schools running street and hip hop dance workshops and classes. My most rewarding experience was when I worked as a dance director at a summer camp in America throughout the summer of 2009, here I choreographed dance routines with the children, which would be performed on a weekly basis.
I have always known that dance was more than a hobby after having studied it at GCSE, A-level standard and beyond.
With focus on teaching dance with an approach that is both imaginative and inventive, Karina is committed to nurturing each student to maximise their dance potential and go the extra mile to achieve such results.
With over 15 years of training, gaining qualifications from prestigious dance boards such as RAD and ISTD, working with professional companies across the UK, competing in various festivals and musicals such as Fame and having founded my own performance troupe company, I would have to say teaching is definitely the most rewarding achievement! Across my several years of teaching I have been able to collect an array of achievements including the successes at Disneyland Paris, Alton Towers, alongside many national competitions whereby my choreography has been performed to industry professionals.
"At Streetenvy I aim to strive and encourage an atmosphere where students can be confident and themselves learning new and exciting material!"
Ever since I can remember I have loved to perform on stage and to entertain vast audiences... besides, it makes sense since you cannot miss me with my bright red hair! It is such a pleasure to be able to pass on these skills to encourage others to also enjoy my own passion too.
"I have trained in a range of dance styles including street dance, cheerleading, commercial, reggaeton and cabaret with Streetenvy Dance Academy."
"I am so happy to be working alongside like minded people to be creative and work in the industry I love the most."
Sebastian Morales is a professional Bboy from Chile, who has been dancing since 2008 and teaching from 2012. After completing his physiotherapy degree in Chile, 2015 Seba followed his passion to teach and dance up to London only two years later to undertake a Master's degree in paediatrics. Founder of Kinetricks urban healthcare collective and active member of Jakuna Style Crew (Chile) and Ottagono Bboys (Italy), Sebastian is highly involved in local and international events. Seba loves to compete at competitions and to carry out workshops related to health and learning in urban arts and sports. Currently, he is working to boost the local breaking scene in Bristol including our classes at Streetenvy where he seeks to inspire youngsters also in their break dance passion (or soon to be...!)
I grew up in Cornwall and started dancing at the age of 12 and after a year, I auditioned and was accepted into the Duchy Ballet company. I gained a place on the Jason Thomas Pre-vocational Course, where I achieved my IDTA Street Dance teaching qualification and was awarded a DaDA scholarship to train at Bodywork Dance Company.
In 2018, I left my training early for a contract performing at Disneyland Paris and since then, I’ve been teaching and choreographing various workshops, performing in dance gigs and freelance modelling. I’m passionate about ballet, contemporary, street/commercial, jazz and musical theatre and I’m excited to share my knowledge at Streetenvy!
Having began an insight to her career at the age f 10, Canaan was invited to be a guest dancer in a concert with a top star on the biggest stage in Hong Kong. Following this experience, she later graduated with a Masters in Fine Art (Dance) and is now an inspiring teacher and performer who has more than 10 years of experience teaching comprehensive technique and styles in different dance genres, i.e. Jazz funk, commercial, contemporary, lyrical etc. She has also participated and was awarded in many dance competitions, i.e. Champion & Best Choreography in Hong Kong Best Dance Crew 2010, Champion in Dance Power Competition 2011.
"After moving to Bristol from London last year I have been very excited about meeting different talents, sharing my knowledge and taking on classes at Streetenvy."
Emma is currently pursuing MA Dance at Bath Spa University. She is a dancer, choreographer and director who is passionate about Musical Theatre. She has also developed a passion for prop based circus with a focus on hula hoop and fire props. Appearances include Tedx Wandsworth, Portobello Film Festival, No Gloss Film Festival and Dance on Screen at Sussex Dance Network.
Emma is super excited to bring lots of fun and energy to Streetenvy's musical theatre after school classes!
Originally from Cyprus, I started dancing in 2010. A few years later I joined the street dance competitive team, Boombox crew (Cyprus), and had the opportunity to compete and perform across Cyprus and Greece. I also participated in numerous workshops and classes where I was fortunate to learn from Hip hop, Commercial, Locking, House, Krump, Waacking and Dancehall dance artists from around the globe. In 2016, I started co-teaching a street dance for a year, until I moved to Bristol to pursue my studies at the University of the West of England. Since then, I have been teaching street dance classes at the UWE Dance Sports Club and have joined the university’s competitive squad Rewind.
I am now excited to be a part of Streetenvy and thrilled to have the opportunity to share my knowledge about Dancehall with students, alongside Laura. I love exchanging vibes and good energy with all the dancers at Streetenvy.
Originating from mainland Spain, I have taught many twerk and Dancehall workshops for children, teenagers and adults. I got into reggae music and then Dancehall movements in 2015 when I then went on to start a cultural association within my city to promote events, shows and more. Bringing together many foreign nationals we focused on Jamaican culture and their dance.
I am a huge fan of this style of dance because I believe that it brings empowerment to participants, sharing Jamaican vibes and energy!
Laura is co-teaching our Dancehall classes at Streetenvy, focusing on the females steps within this street dance style. She loves to teach for us as she encourages progress in each individual including confidence and remembering moves and their names to place into routines.
All of our teachers are professionals, highly experienced, easily approachable, friendly dancers bringing unique and creative choreography. Fully insured and CRB checked.