BodyMoxie Dance offers children’s dance programs that promote a healthy, fun and musical relationship to movement, while celebrating the strengths of each student.


BodyMoxie Dance instructors are professional dancers with knowledge in exercise science and education in various art forms.

Classes include:

  • Warm up
  • Anatomy tidbits
  • Dance technique (hip hop, modern, popping, break dancing, etc)
  • Composition games
  • Lessons on musicality
  • Improvisation
  • Learning choreography
  • Performing for peers
  • And of course, mastering all the coolest dance moves

Benefits of BodyMoxie Dance


In addition to our regular instructors, school programs may feature 1-2 guest teachers each semester to expose students to other dance forms or teaching styles.

We continually encourage students to create their own dances, group or solo, allowing them to explore their potential as creators.

We occasionally layer in other art forms. For example, in hip hop classes we teach a section on “spoken word” so that the students can create self-empowerment raps and learn more about music, rhythm, voice and poetry.

We welcome a dance performance or informal showing for the students to experience performing and share what they have learned.



Dancer, Teaching Artist and Pilates practitioner, Kim is inspired by how movement can change people’s lives. Growing up in California she fell in love with dance. She earned a BFA in Dance from Cornish College of the Arts in Seattle. She now travels internationally as a Pilates instructor and founder of BodyMoxie, offering movement programs ranging from youth dance programs to Pilates education and rehabilitative exercise.

Kim has been invited to teach and choreograph for distinguished schools nationwide, including the United Nations International School (UNIS), where she worked with both elementary and high school students to create choreography for year-end dance and theater performances.

She served as the Dance Teaching Artist at Williamsburg Collegiate Charter School in Brooklyn for three years. She has led several interactive dance workshops for large youth groups through Liberty Science Center (NJ), Abrons Arts Center (NYC), and various NYC public schools.

Kim co-founded NYC arts collective, Banana Peel Dance, touring and performing in the Eastern US, Europe and the Caribbean.



Dancer, teaching artist, arts administrator and producer, Remi knows that her purpose and passion is to serve the arts community. A native of Barbados, Remi grew up in Brooklyn, NY where she received her initial dance training. She received a BA in Dance on scholarship from Hofstra University.

As School Administer for Brooklyn Ballet, Remi oversees an arts program and facility that serves over 300 students and its diverse community. She has produced residency performances for NYC students Pre-K through 8th grade with ArtsConnection and served as a Teaching Artist with Leadership Program NYC. With legendary dance company Ballet Hispanico, Remi designed curriculums, implemented new dance residency initiatives, and produced student performances in collaboration with schools.

Always a performer and choreographer, Remi has joined forces with artists of various mediums and presented her own work at The Actor’s Fund Theater, Abrons Art Center, and the Brooklyn Lyceum, to name a few.