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meet the Faculty

The best teachers are those
who show you where to look but don't tell you what to see. -Alexandra K. Trenfor

Kioa Delos Reyes – Director

Kioa is the founder, owner, and director of Lost Tribe Dance Studio.

Kioa started dancing at the age of 17. Although he got a late start, he rapidly gained favor within his first year of dance by joining a hip hop academy, teaching workshops at BYU-Idaho, and winning different competitions. Being a freestyle dancer first, he was able to create content and learn multiple styles before getting into the choreography world.

He has also trained in other styles of dance including Ballet, Modern, Contemporary, World, and Polynesian styles. He has become very well rounded which has helped him create award winning hip hop choreography for many studios and schools across the nation. His crews have opened up for many different names like The Beach Boys JABBAWOCKEEZ. Dance has allowed him to travel all over the nation and to different countries like Canada, Costa Rica, and Panama.

When not at the studio, he enjoys spending time with his family (Wife and three daughters), playing volleyball, and cooking delicious meals.

Classes he is teaching:

  • Delta Force Crew

Jordan Nestman – Instructor

Jordan Nestman has been dancing for a little over nine years and it started with a middle school ballroom team. After that he joined a group/class at his high school that focused on the choreography of musicals and the choreographers. Jordan did some choreography for the high school musical and some for the class he joined.

In college at BYU-I he has participated in Dance Alliance for the past six years. Today he has been at Lost Tribe for over three years teaching the boy’s program. Popping is the style of which he does the most and he would consider himself a freestyle dancer.

Classes he is teaching:

  • Boys 2
  • Boys 3

McKenna Luthy – Instructor

McKenna Luthy has been dancing for the last 15 years. She has danced for Dance Addiction (Rexburg) and for Lost Tribe Dance. She loves dancing and loves teaching her kids how to move their bodies and fall in love with the art.

Watching their growth has a tender spot in her heart. She has had two hip correction surgeries, but nothing stops her from sharing this love with all of her students. She recently graduated from massage school and can’t wait to see where it takes her.

Classes she is teaching:

  • Girls 1
  • Girls 2
  • Girls 3
  • Hip Hop 4
  • Genetiks Crew

Mikayla Burnett – Instructor

Been dancing since I was 5 years old. Officially joined a competitive dance team, Emanon Dance Crew, in 2014 and taught dance classes in a class for PE and taught an after school team in high school. After graduating high school, I worked and danced on a bunch of other teams and later on joined the Lost Tribe college team. After a couple years on the team I came back to coach for the new season!

Classes she is teaching:

  • Rogue Nation Crew
  • Snow Pack Crew

Christian Perry – Instructor

Christian Perry is from Baltimore, Maryland, and danced at the Rage Box Contemporary Dance Center from 2008-2019. Christian is a member of the Boxed Fresh Hip-Hop Crew and has competed at numerous dance competitions on the northeast coast.

Christian is currently a dance major at BYU-Idaho with a pedagogical emphasis and enjoys teaching beginner level tap dancing at the university.

Christian has training in multiple styles of Hip-Hop as well as experience with tap, clogging, and contemporary dance.

Classes he is teaching:

  • Boys 1