ABOUT US
Del Corazón Dance Company is committed to building strong, more fluid and inclusive communities through dance and movement. We offer Physical Education Classes that are open to all youth regardless of schooling (not your typical at school gym class), Hip Hop Competitive Teams, once a week recreational rehearsals for ages 7 - 18+ and are now creating adult and youth dance concept videos with some of Sacramento's finest choreographers. For more information on pricing and schedule, visit "schedule" tab.
What people say about us
Elise Gonzales
Devyn is one of the best dance teachers I have encountered. Her passion ignites her students to become fast learners and beautiful dancers.
Layla Sahota
This is my first year in hip hop and I LOVE IT! Devyn Rocks!
Jacky Gonzales

My daughter loves going to dance class. She says it is so much fun! Devyn is an energetic and inspiring teacher.
Devyn Cottrell
Owner & Director
Executive Director at Del Corazón Dance Company, Devyn holds a bachelors of Arts in Psychology, is a certified Arts Educator and has directed, taught and written curriculum for multiple arts and education based Summer Camps throughout Southern and Northern California. Fully team oriented, Devyn is fascinated with body mechanics and facilitating a "lifting of the veil" for her students in a safe and nurturing environment. Connecting and empowering our youth is a passion for Devyn and she keeps classes and rehearsal spaces energized, encouraging and uplifting for all levels of movers.
Kaylissa Dunson
Instructor
"Hello everybody, my name is Kaylissa! I am a 24 year old dancer from from Elk Grove, CA. Growing up I was super athletic. I trained in martial arts, ran track, and played basketball from the 5th - 12th grade. It wasn't until around age 21 that I began to venture into dance. Since then, I've trained in multiple styles including jazz, modern, and hip-hop. My style is all about feeling and moving how the music guides you. I embody wavy, water like movement and enjoy experimenting and fusing styles, especially modern/contemporary with hip-hip."
Julie Mullen
Jazz Funk
Julie Mullen has loved the study of dance since her first ballet class at age five. She danced competitively for Nevada Ballet Arts where she built a strong foundation in ballet and jazz. Julie's 15 year career of teaching movement includes choreographing over 30 musical theatre productions and teaching pilates, yoga, and dance cardio. Julie continued her dance career through college and earned a Minor in Dance at UNR. She also holds a Masters in Somatic Psychology providing her with a unique understanding of body consciousness and the mind-body connection.
Jaylen Robinson
Hip Hop Instructor
Jaylen Robinson is a 23 year old charismatic actor and dancer from Sacramento. He moved to LA in 2019 after he auditioned for his first talent agency. He made it! Having signed with Bloc Talent Agency, he moved on to book a tour with Lindsey Stirling; Several Commercials featured on Hulu, HBO, and Disney; Music videos (Muse, Lauv); Opened for Dj khalid & Mariah Carey; and musicals! He continues to build a successful career while also loving to teach and give back to students! His teaching style emphasizes having fun and fueling your passion to drive your development and training!
Téja Monét
Hip Hop
Téja Monét is a professional dancer, writer, and creative born and raised in Sacramento, California. At the young age of 8, Téja began dancing competitively where she trained in hip-hop, jazz, tap, contemporary, and ballet. In 2013, Téja moved to Mesa, Arizona where she later began dancing for the Phoenix Suns Organization. While in Arizona, Téja did many live performances, music videos, and began the launch of her teaching career. In 2018, Téja moved to Los Angeles, California where she was later hired to perform in an aquatic theatre onboard Royal Caribbean's Harmony of the Seas. Téja has done two contracts with Royal Caribbean, and has since focused on producing and creative directing her own projects, choreographing, and teaching within her community. You can scope out more of her work on IG @teja_monet
Sophie Humphers
Lyrical
Sophie Humphers began dancing at the age of three at Sierra Dance Institute in Grass Valley. At 15, she attended Joffrey Ballet School in New York City as a full time ballet trainee, where she danced under Andrea Weber, Francesca Corkle, and Era Jouravlev. Sophie attended summer programs at Alonzo King LINES Ballet and Art-Of Dance by William Forsythe. She graduated with her Bachelor's Degree from UCLA in June, 2021 and has returned to Nevada County to teach dance. Sophie founded The Lost Dance Project in June, 2021, a dance studio and company located in Nevada City.

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