Feel the HEAT at our


"The Reunion Tour"



Are you ready for the HOTTEST SUMMER INTENSIVE in town?

Then be sure you register for UDF's smokin' hot summer intensive!

Join our EXCITING GUEST TEACHERS for 3 days of dance, sweat, technique, and FUN!


Three days of INTENSE classes 

AUGUST 5, 6, 7th!

All for one low ULTIMATE price!

All 2020-2021 UDF Powerhouse Team members are required to attend our Summer Intensive!

Ages 8-10, 11-13, & 14+!

*dancers may be moved to appropriate level regardless of age, as deemed necessary by guest teachers

Join us for SIZZLIN' POWER classes, with

OUTSTANDING Alumni Guest Faculty!! ONLY $249

Ages Kindergarten-7 will get 3 hours of

SIZZLIN' classes for only $85!







This intensive is open to ALL dancers,

regardless of studio affiliation!

Come experience the POWER!

Limited space to make it a personal experience! 

Dress code is open, however, please be sure booty shorts COVER your booty completely!! 

Hair must be pulled away from the face!




August 5

4:00-5:00 Maitlin (ages K5-7)Victoria (ages 8-10)

5:00-6:00 Maitlin (ages 8-10) & Madelyn (ages 14+)

6:00-7:00 Madelyn (ages 8-10) & Victoria (ages 11-13)

7:00-8:00 Maitlin (ages 14+) & Madelyn (ages 11-13)

8:00-9:00 Maitlin (ages 11-13) & Victoria (ages 14+)

August 6

4:00-5:00 Daniel L. (ages K5-7) & Madelyn (ages 8-10)

5:00-6:00 Daniel L. (ages 8-10) & Maitlin (ages 14+)

6:00-7:00 Maitlin (ages 8-10) & Madelyn (ages 11-13)

7:00-8:00 Daniel L. (ages 14+) & Maitlin (ages 11-13)

8:00-9:00 Daniel L. (ages 11-13) & Madelyn (ages 14+)

August 7

4:00-5:00 Madelyn (ages K5-7) & Maitlin (ages 8-10)

5:00-6:00 Madelyn (ages 8-10) & Daniel H. (ages 14+)

6:00-7:00 Daniel H. (ages 8-10) & Maitlin (ages 11-13)

7:00-8:00 Madelyn (ages 14+) & Daniel H. (ages 11-13)

8:00-9:00 Madelyn (ages 11-13) & Maitlin (ages 14+)




Students are required to wear face masks to enter the building and when waiting in lobby. Masks are optional while dancing. Dancers must supply their own disposable water bottles . Our lobby is closed to all non-dancers, including parents. Thank you for keeping our studio a safe place for our students!


is a full time New York City-based teaching and performance artist,

in addition to completing her studies at the

University of South Florida this upcoming fall. 

A graduate of the rigorous Limon Professional Studies program in New York City, Maitlin was hand-picked by the artistic director, Colin Connor,

of the Limon Dance Company to perform as a guest artist

during the Limon Dance Company’s 2018-2019 season.

She has experience teaching dance to students of all ages. Her teaching credits include: conditioning, contemporary, hip-hop, ballet, and modern.

She was also hired by the Limon Dance Foundation as a leading teacher for the

Limon 4 Kids program in New York City; introducing a new generation

to the complex and artistic principles of the Limon technique. 

Maitlin has performed as a dance artist at:

The Joyce Theatre, Aaron Davis Hall, Dance Theatre of Harlem, Triskelion Arts, The Tank, and Peridance Capezio Center among many others.

As a UDF alumni, Maitlin is excited to  share her extensive knowledge of

Modern dance with the students of UDF and Brevard.


has been associated with Ultimate Dance Florida since she was 5 years old. She danced on the competitive dance team for 12 years.

During her time with Ultimate Dance Florida, she was invited and attended many intensives and training opportunities such as; 

The Joffrey Summer Intensive, The Rockette Summer Intensive,

Dance United Tap intensive and Open Jar.

While dancing for Ultimate Dance, she was invited by Jack Bloesser to tap in

a production he created called “Ruby.”


After high school Madelyn moved to New York City where she attended the American Musical and Dramatic Academy for dance. At AMDA, Madelyn was taught by Broadway and theater professionals in all styles of dance, musical theater, and acting. She performed in multiple dance productions that AMDA put on and graduated with her Conservatory Degree in Performing Arts. Currently Madelyn is living in New York City

where she continues to train and audition amongst the business’s top professionals, casting agents, and teachers.


grew up in Palm Bay,  under the training & direction of

Ultimate Dance Florida and is so excited to be back in town

for the UDF Summer Intensive!

After high school, she moved to Orlando to study Event Management

at the University of Central Florida.


She currently holds jobs in Entertainment at

SeaWorld Orlando, dancing down Sesame Street and 

Universal Studios in the Superstar Parade,

as well as dancing with the Beauxbaton’s in Hogsmeade.

We are so excited to have Victoria here teaching jazz for us and 

 she can’t wait to be reunited with her favorite dancers

at the studio she calls home!


Daniel Hunalp

Born and raised in Deltona, FL, Daniel Ryan Hunalp began taking dance classes at the age of 6 at Miriam and Valerie's School of Dance Arts in Sanford, FL. Studying all types of dance throughout his schooling he went

off to many specialty schools through his training as a young dancer.

On full scholarships to both Sarasota Ballet (he attended for three years) and Ann Reinkings Broadway Theatre project (attended twice)

where he furthered his skills.

As a performer Daniel has worked with the Tap Dogs and numerous dance companies in FL and in New York City. He has been the DA for shows in front of Cinderella's Castle in Walt Disney World in Orlando. Performing beside pop stars such as Miley Cyrus, Jonas Brothers, Hillary Duff and Debbie Ryan on ABC. Performing in Regional Theatre across the country in the musicals, West Side Story, Oklahoma and Guys and Dolls. Most recently Daniel was part of the original cast for Norwegian Cruise Line on The Pride of America in Hawaii to originate the role of Fred Astaire. 

As a teacher, Daniel started teaching tap and jazz at his childhood studio to the younger boys at the age of 15. After moving to New York he was asked to be a substitute tap teacher at the Broadway Dance Center.

Now back in Orlando, FL Daniel teaches tap, jazz, and musical theatre at dance studios around the central Florida area. Having taught and judged on the faculty for Access Broadway with Ron De Vito and also on the faculty for MA Dance competition he always wants to pass on what was so well taught to him from his teachers and the people he looks up to.

Dance is not what makes the person.

Who that person is, is what makes the dance. 

Daniel Longo

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Daniel Longo, Co-Founder and former owner of East Coast Artists Dance Center is a choreographer, teacher and dancer from Long Island. He is a graduate of SUNY Fredonia with a Bachelors degree in Exercise Science and Dance, and Master's Degree in Business Administration from Dowling College. After appearing on Sesame Street when he was only 10 years old, Daniel has gone on to perform and choreograph for the Alvin Ailey showcase in New York City directed by Kat Wildish and continues to choreograph for their showcases. Daniel is a regional and national judge for several competitions including StarQuest, Kids Artistic Revue and International Dance Challenge. Daniel is also the co-founder Artistic Director of Arrhythmia Dance Company. Through Arrhythmia Dance Company, Daniel has choreographed for SUNY Oneonta, SUNY Binghamton, Silvercreek High School and has done master classes at SUNY Binghamton and Monticello High School and many other studios as well. He has also worked with Erica Sobol of colliEdance and Allison Holker from So You Think You Can Dance through Arrhythmia Dance Convention. Recently, Daniel’s choreography was chosen to go before the executive producers for the 2012 season of America’s Got Talent. Also in 2012, Daniel was personally hand picked by Katee Shean from Season 4 of So You Think You Can Dance to assist her at an Excel in Motion master class. Daniel was also chosen to work with Chehon and Eliana from Season 9 of So You Think You Can Dance for the official convention in Las Vegas. Daniel’s choreography was also chosen to present at the Young Choreographer’s Festival in NYC at the Symphony Space, as well as New York City's Dance Week at the Dixon Place. Most recently, Daniel was selected as a finalist for the Artist Simply Human's National choreography competition, theDANCEproject in Atlantic City.