Lou Moulder began dancing at the age of 3. Originally from Dallas, Texas, she began teaching Adult Ballet in Eugene in the summer of 2008. In 2013, she graduated Magna Cum Laude and received a Bachelor of Arts in Dance at the University of Oregon. She is also a Certified Group Fitness Instructor (ACE) and finishing a Functional Movement Specialist certification (ACE). In addition to her Adult Ballet Program that she has maintained since 2008, she previously taught at a local barre studio for 6 years. Since early 2018, she has started seeing clients privately for Functional Movement Training as the owner of Rebelle Movement. She combines her knowledge of dance and Pilates with her keen understanding of the body to create personalized movement phrases to increase fluidity, strength, and flexibility in the body. She is currently seeing clients for Functional Movement & Dance classes in group and personal sessions.
Roshny Bhakta Martuscelli has been passionate about dance for as long as she can remember. She began her dance training at the age of six in Panama city, Panama where she was born. While in high school, Roshny joined The South Eugene Velocity (2001-2005), was a captain for 2 years and received her Varsity Letters in 2003. After graduation, she went on to assist Marist High School (2006-2007), North Eugene Dance Team (2007-2012) as well as head coach the Willamette High School Dance Team (2012-2016) and The University of Oregon Dance Team (2015-2016). Roshny became a part of the Dance Factory family in 2003 where she danced under the direction of Karl Mundt and Lisa Gilliam in both jazz and hip-hop. She has trained with some of the finest instructors from the Eugene, Springfield, Portland, and Los Angeles area in ballet, modern, jazz, contemporary, tap, hip hop, and African dance. Her dream has always been to own and direct a dance studio and made that dream came true from 2011-2019 as the director of the Dance Factory. Roshny’s mission has always been to give back to the community that helped shape her. She continues to work with as many dance teams and studios as she can while also being a member of the Oregon Dance Team Judges Association, being a social worker, a mommy to the most adorable 3 year old and a second baby on the way, and being a loving wife. Roshny is always a student first and is constantly expanding her repertoire so she can be the very best coach, choreographer, and mentor to aspiring dancers everywhere. Today she is the proud artistic director of Urban Elite, a performance company composed of dancers 18 and older.