WHO WE ARE
Mr. Adesina Sampson was born in Georgetown, Guyana. His family migrated to Canada and subsequently settled in America during his early teen years. He is a dancer, actor, choreographer and CEO & Founder of Adera Dé, LLC. He received his dance training at The Alvin Ailey School, LT Dance Company Inc., Kaleidoscope Dance Project and Steps on Broadway Dancer Center. In 2005, Mr. Sampson made his theatrical debut in the off-Broadway production "The Darker Face of the Earth." His other performance credits includes “ It's a Dance Thing” at the Beacon Theater, ” Masters' 2006 Dance Concert” at N.Y.U, and “The Power of an Indestructible Life” at Madison Square Garden. He has also taught for The New York City Ballet for three years and for Alvin Ailey Dance Camp in Washington Heights (NYC). He has taught alongside Ronnie Carney of (Newark School of the Arts High School), Freddie Moore (Dancer of "Alvin Ailey 2") , Thera Ward (Alvin Ailey Dance Foundation) and Susan Pope (NPS) just to name a few. Currently, Mr. Sampson is a Teaching Artist for the Alvin Ailey Dance Foundation, the New Jersey Performing Arts in Education & Community Programs, and Marist High School. He is also an Adjunct Professor at the New Jersey Institute of Technology.
Our mission is to serve individuals of all ages, changing lives one at a time through whole wellness to live a healthier and better lifestyle. Our goal is to provide services in a variety of traditional (schools, recreational centers etc.). and non-traditional settings (virtual family dance classes, elderly and assisted living facilities etc.).
Our vision is to change and unite families and communities through the art of wellness. We want to make whole wellness accessible to all people regardless of age, fitness level or financial standing by making our classes affordable and tailored to the needs of the organizations and individuals we serve.