Beat Addikts

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Tori Simpson


Tori  is originally from Philadelphia, PA. She began her dance training at the early age of 5 years old and studied Ballet, Tap and Jazz for fifteen years at Florence Cowanova Studio of Dance. After graduating from Hampton University in 1999 receiving a BA in English Arts, Tori began dancing professionally, appearing on MTV's Global Groove. She continued training under Rennie Harris PureMovement, studying the elements of Hip Hop Dance: Popping, Locking, B-girl and Street. She has also studied ballroom and Latin dance.

In 2000, Tori created the WTXF 'Good Day Philadelphia' Hip Hop Dance Team. She choreographed for the 76er's Junior Hip Hop Dance Team for four seasons and was a Master Teacher at the 76er's Dance Camps. She has choreographed for the 76er's Dance Team (basketball), The Kixx Dance Team (soccer) and a number of college dance teams. She has danced for Neil Young, The New York Jets and New York Giants Award Cermonies, NBC10 FitFest, The Illadelph Legends Festival and much more. Tori directed and choreographed for her own company, FloMotion, and pre-professional Company, Flo2. Her company was featured in the national magazine 'Young Dancer' in March 2005.  In the summer of 2006, FloMotion was a headliner for a major performance in Tokyo, Japan. 
 
Tori lived in Dallas, Texas three years.  She taught Hip Hop and Dance Team Jazz for three years mentoring young women who wished to audition for major sports arena dance teams.  She has helped girls land spots on the Dallas Mavericks and Dallas Cowboy Cheerleaders and she has mentored for the Atlanta Falcons and Houston Texans.  From this experience, Tori co-created Arena Dance Pros which was a consulting company assisting young women with going through the audition process.  ADP has helped girls with the Philadelphia Eagles Cheerleaders, The New York Jets Flight Crew, The Washington Redskins and many others.


Tori currently lives in Bear, Delaware and is the head coach for Padua Academy Dance Team, the Hip Hop program director at American Dance Academy and the co-founder to Beat Addikts United, Incorporated.


Todd Munoz


A growing name in the dance community. It wasn't until the age of 19 that Todd took notice to the hip-hop scene and became completely entranced in it. He was discovered and began his training from Andreas Johnson and Versatile Entertainment and devoted all of the time he had to learning this art form. This was difficult because Todd was already a full-time Physics Education student at the University of Delaware. His passion has always been found in education and the classroom but it wasn't until his senior year that Todd realized he could combine both his passion for educating and children with his new found love for dance. 


Todd still enjoys a life of performing. He has worked internationally, as a choreographer and trainer for University dance teams, as a feature dancer in the Blockbuster film Silver Linings Playbook, but he finds himself enjoying a new passion of being a young Entrepreneur and Philanthropist at his current age of 28. Todd currently is the co-owner and co-director of Beat Addikts United (a youth hip hop company aimed to bring a safe haven and unified environment for hip hop dancers from across the tristate area), The Werkshop (A series of hip hop camps for ages 8-18) and as the founder of DelAWAREness (A dance showcase that benefits Autism Delaware, raising almost $25,000 in just it's first two years).