Bruna Molina

Director | Choreographer

Bruna began dance training at the age of 11 at Giselle Dance Studio under the instruction of Denise Puntriano. As a Ballet major, Bruna studied under Jeff Satinoff, Gary Lucie. She then attended the prestige’s Dreyfoos School of Arts in West Palm Beach, Florida where she began to perfect her skills and and experiment with other styles of dance. After graduating, she performed many solos and duets, such as, Variation Don Quixote and Classical Tango on Point with several notable venues in South Florida. She also trained and performed a modern duet with Dale Dewey, former performer of Dayton Contemporary Dance Company. Upon certifying with excellence from the Royal Academy of Dance in New England, Bruna began instructing students of all ages in ballet, modern, jazz, hip hop , tap, acrobatics, creative movement, salsa, and aerobics. She has taught in many schools in the South Florida area such as, Giselle’s dance studio, Flagler Montessori and Frontier Elementary for the last 8 years with a proven successful curriculum. She recently served as the Praise and Worship Dance Leader at Grace Family Church and has performed live on national television. Currently, Bruna is directing dance programs in Port St. Lucie County Florida.


Mikhela “Mikki” Colon

Hip-Hop | Musical Theatre| Tap | Combo | Acrobatics

Mikki was born in Miami, Florida. At the age of 7, Mikki began her training taking drama, musical theatre, and dance classes offered by various schools and programs in her area. As a teenageer, Mikki continued her dance training in the Port St. Lucie area taking hip-hop dance. She later became a member of the Dynasty Dance Team where she had the opportunity to perform on the stage of the historic Sunrise Theater. Over the years, Mikki has choreographed and performed solos and group dances of a variety of styles at different events and shows in South Florida. Mikki currently teaches studio and mobile program classes with ISDC including Pre-Combo (Ballet and Tap), Hip-Hop, Tap, Acro, and Musical Theatre.

Nadine Padro

Ballet | Tap | Contemporary | Jazz | Modern

Nadine was born in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. She moved to Port St. Lucie at the age of 10 when she was put on an All Girls Baseball League. She began dancing her freshmen year at Treasure Coast High school. While in school, she performed in the Believe Show 2010-2013. Nadine choreographed a duet and other pieces throughout her four years. After two years of training in high school, she attended at a local dance studio, there she took Ballet and Modern and Dance Choreography classes. Nadine performed for Train, in the Halftime Show for the Orange Bowl, choreographed by Mandi Moore. She has attended the Monsters of Hip Hop Convention and has also taken classes from many famous choreographers including: Nappy Tabs, Luam, Rhapsody James, Kevin Maher, Marty Kudelka, Anthony Thomas, Liz Imperio, Tony Testa and Chris Judd. After graduating high school with honors, she applied to Indian River State College. While Nadine was there, she was offered a scholarship for dance/theatre and she took several classes with Molly Magee that included, Ballet, Modern, Body Percussion and Conditioning. Nadine performed in The Nutcracker, Fiddler on the Roof and A Thousand Cowboys. She still attends Indian River State College and plans to finish with her Associates Degree by the end of this year. Nadine teaches Pre Ballet, Tap and Contemporary and Sports.