Gaebri Anderson Kelley was born and raised as an Austin, TX gal and has been studio trained since she was 5 years old. In addition to her studio training, Gaebri had the privilege and honor of serving as a 2-year captain of the Leander High School Blue Belles Dance Team, where she won many accolades for both her solos and choreography for her team and local schools. At 18, Gaebri headed off to Los Angeles after being selected as 1 of 10 girls to join the prestigious EDGE Scholarship program. Upon completion, Gaebri signed with BLOC talent agency and is actively pursuing a dance career. Some of her jobs include GAP commercial, XFINITY 1989 commercial, Ashton Kutcher Truth or drop, Mattel Industrial, MAC cosmetics industrial, Sunny D commercial, and many more! She achieved one of her childhood dreams and cheered for the NFL as a LA Charger Girl. Over the last 7 years, she has found a deep love for fitness. She is a certified personal trainer, as well as a sign with Naturally Fit agency. This past year she moved to New York City after receiving the Richard Ellner scholarship for the Professional Semester at the Broadway Dance Center. She believes that incredible things come when you step out of your comfort zone! Her goal as a teacher is to bring an innovative and fresh angle to all of her classes and choreography as she inspires dancers to reach their full potential and to Never Give Up!
Müv Dance Instructor • Müv Crü Assistant Director
Grace Saia has been dancing her whole life, training at different studios such as Dance Institute, Dancer’s Workshop, and Müv Dance and Fitness. She started her training as a competitive ballroom and Latin dancer for five years under the instruction of Sabrina Truscott, Denis Generalov, and Curtis Prevost. Once joining a drill team in middle school and high school, her love for dance changed more towards jazz, contemporary, modern, hip hop and high kick styles. She began training at Dancer’s Workshop where she was able to learn from special guest choreographers such as Sabrina Phillip and Abby Lett, Micheal Burfield, and many more. She was a member of the Vandegrift Legacies Dance Team all throughout high school which led to her start in choreography after being asked to teach for the Acrotex Legacies Dance Team in Cedar Park as well as setting a piece for her high school team her senior year. With her high school dance team, she had the opportunity to train and perform all over, including a special performance at the Pearl Harbor memorial in Hawaii during her junior year. Her senior year she joined the Müv Crü Hip Hop Company, which she continues to serve as an assistant on post-graduation, where she was able to train under dancers such as Alexander Chung, Max Pham, Ashleigh Frost, Trevor Parmentier and many more. Her goal is to always inspire young dancers to work hard and never lose their passion for dance!
Müv Crü Choreographer
Instructor, Müv Dance & Fitness Studio
Director, Müv Crü
Trevor Parmentier is a southern California native. While living in California, Trevor worked with several dance organizations and companies individually, including Culture Shock Dance Company, Velocity Dance Troupe, and Surreal Crew, blessing him with the opportunity to teach and perform up and down the California coast. Now living in Austin Texas, Trevor shares his passion for life and dance by teaching all around the United States. He is currently on staff with Dupree Dance and Dance Revolution touring the country. He has danced and choreographed for local Hip Hop & RNB artists and with crews around Texas, including ILLovation crew who placed 1st overall at the World of Dance competition in 2010. He has taught in over 20 states around America and continues to expand.
Recently, Trevor starred as lead actor and dancer in Fryar’s new music video “CoolLike Me”. Whether it is teaching at conventions, or teaching a small class for kids after school, Trevor always has the same goal in mind, and that is to spread a positive light and influence in the dance industry where it is typically hard to find. His goal is to not only teach students how to move but to love dance and to let it be a part of who they are.