Date: December 18th - 20th, 2020

Ages : 12 and up

Fee : $250

Registration Cut Off : Monday, December 7th


***Times are EST***

Friday, December 18th

5:30PM - 5:45PM - Welcome and open boxes! 

5:45PM - 6PM - Warm Up

6PM - 7:15PM - Choreography with Hannah

7:15PM - 8:30PM - Choreography with Zaydi

8:30PM - 8:45PM - Wrap Up

Saturday, December 19th

1PM - 1:30PM - Warm Up with Hannah

1:30PM - 2:45PM - Floor Work with Randi

2:45PM - 4PM - Waving with Jesse 


4:15PM - 5:30PM - Waacking with Tracey

5:30PM - 6:30PM - Q&A 


7:30PM - 9PM - Movie Night!

Sunday, December 20th 

1PM - 1:30PM - Warm Up with Hannah

1:30PM - 2:45PM - Choreography with Zaydi

2:45PM - 4PM - IMF with Hannah 

4PM - 5:15PM - Dance History with Spex 

5:15PM - 6:00PM - Listening Party/Soul Session

6PM - 6:15PM Wrap Up with Hannah

Registration Includes:        

    - Classes
    - Shirt
    - Notebook
    - Pen
    - Stickers
    - Movie Night Goodie Bag (Popcorn & Candy)

Our Mission:Our goal is to provide students with education in styles of dance that they may have never been exposed to and spark curiosity in a welcoming environment. We aim to nourish young dancers with not only the training their bodies need to bring out their full potential, but their minds as well, to ensure a long, healthy relationship with their art form.

Classes:All classes are held via Zoom. The program includes classes in various specialty and street styles including, Waacking, Breaking, House, Waving, Dance History, Performance, Musicality and more. In addition to dance classes, there will be a movie night and a Listening Party/Soul Session to wrap up the event. 

Camp Leaders

Hannah Easley 

Choreography & Performance

Hannah Easley, has set up bases in dance communities all over the country including Pittsburgh, Los Angeles, Seattle and New York City. She began her training in all styles at age 10 and has been creating her own art since age 15. As a commercial dancer and choreographer, her credits include Macklemore and Ryan Lewis, Ricky Martin, Kimberly Cole, Herb Alpert, Beacon, T Mobile, Sonos Speakers and Amazon, to name a few. In 2015, she created her own training company, The Westsiders, based in Seattle, Washington. The Westsiders has recently expanded, now holding weekend intensives throughout the country known as The Westsiders Camp. Easley is a dedicated faculty member for the national dance convention, Artists Simply Human and continues to freelance at studios, camps and intensives all around the country.

Zaydi Ong

Zaydi is a Seattle mentor, choreographer, and dancer. The Washington native started his roots in breakdancing, but is now known for his outstanding choreography. He has danced for companies like Seahawks, Amazon, STG, The Westsiders, and many studios such as KreativMndz, Westlake Dance Center, and Freedom Dance Center. He has taught in Washington, Oregon, California, Delaware, Ohio, and Tennessee. Follow him

Randi "Rascal" Freitas


Randi "Rascal" Freitas is a professional dancer born and raised in the Bay Area and now living in Los Angeles California, working as both a choreography dancer and a specialty freestyler. She is the newest member of The Beat Freaks. Randi has toured Japan performing in a theatre show called “The Battle” and is currently the Associate Choreographer of the touring show, The Hip Hop Nutcracker. She has performed on shows such as Jimmy Kimmel, The Ellen Show, The American Music Awards, The Kids Choice Awards and The Grammys, with companies such as Nike, Anthropologie, Toyota, Mountain Dew and AT&T and artists such as Justin Timberlake, SZA, Travis Scott, and Kaytranada.
Beginning her dance life as a freestyle battler, Randi is still active in the underground scene as well. She recently made top 8 in the North America Bgirl Finals and won the all styles category for Redbull BCOne, and was runner up of All 4 House IBE in Holland and Redbull Dance Your Style US finals. She has taught in multiple cities around the US as well as abroad in countries such as France, Belgium, Thailand, Canada and Mexico. She is the co-creator of the LA open styles battle, The Dance Fight. In addition to performing and battling, Randi currently teaches her signature floorwork style at Movement Lifestyle, Debbie Reynolds, and internationally. Most recently, she has begun her own training company, OMEGA Flow Floorwork.

Jesse Sykes


Jesse Alexander Sykes began his artistic journey at the age of 15. Experiencing his very first cypher in downtown Salt Lake City, UT he knew this would be something he would do for the rest of his days. Immediately being captivated he began focusing his studies on the dance itself which unveiled culture, music, lifestyle, and so much more! His root style is popping which introduced him into the freestyle community in Utah and eventually exposed him to other styles such as locking, breaking, house, and Hip Hop. This eventually led him into the studio world where he found contemporary and then eventually fell in love with theatre and performing arts.  Jesse received his training and nourished his art primarily in Utah but has branched his training out to both Nevada and California. A world traveler, competitor, and judge Jesse judge’s for World of Dance, teaches at the prestigious Millennium Dance Complex and is on faculty for Oxygen the convention. He believes deeply in sharing not only dance but also life movement. Philosophy and methodology work hand in hand in his unique teaching style that he has been teaching for over ten years. Some of his credits include Odyssey dance theatre, Sundance film festival, masters of illusion, Oxygen, Nordic track, sportclips and many more! His sole mission is to be a vessel of inspiration for others, amplifying that by providing platforms, hosting events, sharing knowledge through class and however else it may come in order to create future generations of artists.

Tracey Wong


Tracey Wong (she/her) is a queer Chinese-American (Teochew) dancer, educator, and community event curator. Born and raised on Duwamish land also known as Seattle, WA -- Tracey takes pride in representing her city and wishes to inspire folx and cultivate community spaces that empower many, especially Womxn and POCs. She is the Director of Malicious Vixens, an all-Asian American woxmn performance collective who showcase globally and seek to create impact with intentional, unapologetic, and uplifting work.

Raymond "Spex" Abbiw

Dance History/Locking

Raymond "Spex" Abbiw's career took off and he appeared in music videos with such artists as Mariah Carey, Joe, Lauryn Hill, Wyclef Jean and more.  

Spex also toured internationally in Japan and France. He made his Off-Broadway debut in the 2002 Full Circle Productions' production, Soular Power'd at the New Victory theater.  He continues as a member of the Full Circle Dance Company touring throughout the U.S. and abroad including the prestigious Kennedy Center in Washington, DC.

Spex is currently co-owner of the House Dance Conference with founder, Brian "Footwork" Green--a monthly event providing a platform for entertainment, dance and education.

Spex continues to teach and perform nationally and internationally and is most happy about having his dream come true.

Sample Schedule

**All times are EST**

Friday, December 18th

5:45PM - 6PM - Welcome and open boxes! 

6PM - 7:15PM - Class 1

7:30PM - 8:45PM - Class 2.

8:45PM - 9PM - Wrap Up

Saturday, December 19th

1PM - 1:30PM - Warm Up 

1:30PM - 2:45PM - Class 3

3PM - 4:15PM - Class 4

4:15PM - 5:30PM - Class 5

5:45PM - 6:30PM - Q&A 


7:30PM - 9PM - Movie Night!

Sunday, December 20th 

1PM - 1:30PM - Warm Up 

1:30PM - 2:30PM - Class 6

2:30PM - 3:45PM - Class 7

4PM - 5PM - Dance History Seminar

5:15PM - 6:30PM - Listening Party/Soul Session

6:30PM - 6:40PM Wrap Up 

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