An excellent professional dancer and Competitor, Steeve Jean Louis teaches and coaches students in all Ballroom, Latin and Rhythm dances at Goldcoast Ballroom.
Originally from Port-au-Prince, Haiti, Steeve began his training in ballroom dancing there in 1997. Having discovered his true passion, he moved to Florida in 2004 to perform, compete, and teach. Since his arrival in the U.S., he has participated in several championships and has trained with various dance champions. He is one of the most versatile dancers in the world.
Awards, Professional Certifications and Additional information:
3rd place rising star American Rhythm 2012.
IHSC – Pro-Am American Rhythm Gold: Mambo, Cha-Cha, Bolero – 1st Place 2009
Philly Festival – Pro-Am American Rhythm Silver: Mambo, Cha-Cha, Bolero – 1st & 2nd Places 2009
Christopher’s Salsa Championship – 1st Place 2006, 2007
Florida Salsa Open Competition – 2nd Place 2005
National Dance Teachers Association Member
Rufus Dustin: World Dance and DanceSport Council professional, coaching, choreographing and judging throughout the world.
Kasia Kozak: World Dance and DanceSport Council professional, coaching, choreographing and judging throughout the world.
Dance vision Teachers Training, multiple U.S. National Champions (Las Vegas, NV)
Andre and Natalie Paramanov, U.S. Nat’l Prof. Latin Canadian Dance Champions (Coconut Creek, FL)
Tanzsport Club Nova Gieβen e.v (Hamburg, Germany)
Alexandra G. Prophete 2nd Place American Rhythm Competition (Hollywood, FL)
Emmanuel P. Antoine, 2010 1st Place American Rhythm Professional Champion (Port-au-Prince, Haiti)
Currently, Steeve teaches at Goldcoast Ballroom and other local Dance Studios. His experience extends to Ballroom Dancing, in both International and American styles.
The following video shows an example of one of Steeve’s exciting Argentine Tango performances, with his partner Glenda. This performance took place at the December 25, 2012 White Party at Goldcoast Ballroom: