Teachers

WENDY HUYNH

TEACHES: KHIPHOP RNB, CHOREO,
BOY GROUP COVER 1

Wendy Huynh has studied full time at Broadway Dance Center in New York. Her main style is street jazz, however she has also trained in other dance styles, such as Modern jazz, Ballet, and Commercial jazz.

Throughout the years, Wendy has taken many classes from several world famous dancers and choreographers, mainly from the US and South Korea. She had the opportunity to train under well known dance studios during her time in Seoul, like Just Jerk Academy, 1MILLION, and Souldance. She took classes from the most successful choreographers and dancers in Korea, like Lia Kim, Girin Jang, Sori Na, Junsun Yoo, May J Lee, Mina Myoung, Young J, J.ho, Bada Lee etc.

Wendy has always had a great passion for dance, but it was not until she discovered K-pop that she started to dance daily. Wendy is the leader and choreographer of the Skåne-based dance crew The Unnie Vibe and Hyung Vibe. Wendy was the head choreographer for her crew when they finished at first place in Nordic Kpop Showdown 2018 in Finland. During the spring/summer of 2019, the crew flew to Korea, where they participated in an international K-pop dance cover competition. They won the competition and got to perform with the biggest girl group in Korea, called TWICE. They also progressed to the finale where they competed against all the winners from each episode and finished at third place. The competition was broadcasted on the Korean TV channel JTBC. Watch parts of the show here

You can always expect to work hard during her classes and feel the motivation for development. She wants to see commitment, charisma, and dance joy in her students.

ANN-SOFIE SCHLYTER

TEACHES: K-POP COVER 3,
K-POP GIRLY COVER 2

Ann-Sofie has danced since she was 4 years old, with show jazz as her main style. However, she changed her focus and fell for street/street jazz during the recent years. She has danced everything from ballet, lady style, musical jazz, to hip hop. She has a big stage experience, since she has performed on different stages around Skåne since her childhood.

She was a member of Cupcake crew during 2012-2014, and together with them has competed in Street Star, danced behind Oscar Zia, danced on the big stage during the Rix FM festival, done several performances etc.

She got into the K-pop dance crew The Unnie Vibe in 2016. There, she has recorded dance videos, competed, and performed at different events related to K-pop.

In 2019, she flew to Korea with The Unnie Vibe, where they participated in an international K-pop dance cover competition. They won the competition and got to perform with the biggest girl group in Korea, called TWICE. They also progressed to the finale to compete against all the winners from each episode and finished at third place. The competition was broadcasted on the Korean TV channel JTBC. Watch parts of the show here

Ann-Sophie has taught children in showkids and hip hop for a couple of years, but has now gotten the honor to also teach at The Unnie Vibe Academy!

LIISU CERENIUS

TEACHES: LIISU K-POP CHOREO,
K-POP CONTEMPORARY

Elisabeth aka. Liisu has danced a variety of styles such as step, hip hop, jazz, and ballet, but is mostly focused on contemporary. She fell for dancing at age 4 and has not looked back since. Today she is studying at Lund Dance and Musical Gymnasium and training to become a professional dancer! Elisabeth has participated in several smaller shows. Represented Skåne in the choreography competition Skapa Dans 2018. Was scouted for Mnet’s UHSN program and spent a month in Korea where she got to learn dancing and singing by, among others, GFRIENDS choreographer. Has taught younger children in both dance and gymnastics but is now teaching for the first time an open class for all ages.

PHILIP OLHAGER

TEACHES: K-POP CPVER 2
BOY GROUP COVER 2

Philip discovered k-pop 2014, and his interest in dance was woken shortly thereafter. He mostly learned k-pop covers on his own until 2017, when he started taking dance classes taught by Wendy. In the summer of 2018, he joined the k-pop cover group Dragonfly Crew. In January 2018, he joined the group The Hyung Vibe, where he has recorded dance videos, participated in competitions and performed at k-pop-related events. His main dance styles are hip hop, popping and k-pop.

In the spring of 2019, he flew to Korea with the group The Unnie Vibe, where they participated in an international K-pop dance cover competition called Stage K. They won the competition and performed with Korea’s largest girl group TWICE. They also progressed to the finale where they competed against all the winners from each episode and finished at third place. The competition was broadcasted on the Korean TV channel JTBC. Watch parts of the show here

In the autumn of 2019, he was part of the street dance club Real LUNATIC in South Korea, where he trained freestyle in hip hop and popping, and participated in performances.

AURORA NILSSON

TEACHES:
K-POP COVER 1, RANDOM DANCE COVER

Aurora has been dancing K-pop since 2017 and also trained in dance styles such as modern dance and girly hip-hop. She has been creating and publishing dance covers on youtube since 2018 on her channel AuroraIsabelle. In the meantime, she has collaborated with various K-POP artists. In these past year, Aurora has taken dance lessons with, Dreamcatcher’s Performance Director, Hwang Sooyeon, and artists such as Kai, Hyoyeon and Baekhyun.

As a dance teacher, she is responsive, pedagogical and positive. She is good at breaking down choreography and going through it carefully to make everyone feel safe and included.

MENDY TRAN

TEACHES:
K-POP GIRLY COVER 1

Mendy found her interest in dance after discovering K-pop in 2016. Before joining The Unnie Vibe Academy she danced a bit of hip hop but also gymnastics. She started taking dance classes in 2019 at The Unnie Vibe Academy and there she also started taking dance seriously.

During the summer of 2021, Mendy became a member of the dance group The Unnie Vibe and has been featured in dance videos and performed on stages. Now she has also had the chance to teach dances to others.

EMILY CLULEY

TEACHES: –

Emily has always loved to dance and started as a 13 year old to choreograph and teach other children and youth in different contexts.

During high school she studied musical and was schooled in ballet, jazz, and street dance. Her main dance styles are hip hop, modern dance, and K-pop, which she tried out for the first time at The Unnie Vibe Academy. She has loved it ever since, and in December 2018 she joined The Unnie Vibe crew.

In 2019, she flew to Korea with The Unnie Vibe, where they participated in an international K-pop dance cover competition. They won the competition and got to perform with the biggest girl group in Korea, called TWICE. They also progressed to the finale to compete against all the winners from each episode and finished at third place. The competition was broadcasted on the Korean TV channel JTBC. Watch parts of the show here

YEIMY LOPEZ

TEACHES: –

Yeimy has danced since she started walking, where everything began with Colombian folk dance and children’s ballet. She wanted to become one of those cool street/hip hop dancers during her teens, but after high school she took the chance to work as a Disney character and dancer at Disneyland in Paris. This is where her interest for jazz and show jazz emerged, together with other styles like locking, and lady style. In addition to the job, she also became a member of the dance group Origins. The group performed and also competed in several competitions, including “La France a un incroyable talent” where they ended up being finalists. Besides these dances, she also loves other styles like house, salsa, and dancehall, and since 2016 she has been a part of The Unnie Vibe crew! She has taught everything from groups of small children to bachelorette parties, but she is looking forward to teach and become a part of The Unnie Vibe Academy.

MI TRAN

TEACHES:

Mi began to explore dance in the same era as girls’ generations were at their greatest and the endless poppy melodies ”gee gee gee baby baby” rang in her ears. She admired the idols’ self-confidence and versatility around dance and song and was inspired to try it for herself. Mi started taking dance classes for Wendy in 2016 and has since danced by her side and takes every opportunity to spread the joy of dance around her. Girly k-pop is what is closest to her heart and catchy uptempo / feminine style is something you learn to associate with Mi’s dance style.

Mi has been a member of The Unnie Vibe crew since the beginning of 2018.

In the spring of 2019, she flew to Korea with the group The Unnie Vibe, where they participated in an international K-pop dance cover competition called Stage K. They won the competition and performed with Korea’s largest girl group TWICE. They also progressed to the finale where they competed against all the winners from each episode and finished at third place. The competition was broadcasted on the Korean TV channel JTBC. Watch parts of the show here


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