A professional Singer/Lyricist, Dancer/Choreographer, former 2 time Jr. Canadian Rhythmic Gymnastics Champion & multiple time, Latin Dance Champion.

The artist began training at the age of 3 and is proficient in Salsa and all types of Cuban & Latin styles, Samba, Belly dance, Bollywood, Jazz,  Ballet, Afro, Reggaeton, Hip Hop, Modern and Persian dances and has performed and taught workshops all over the world since her teens.

A Strong History

Teria was based in Hollywood, California 2002 to 2014 and then briefly in Guadalajara, Mexico before returning to her hometown of Toronto permanently in 2015. Teria was part of Latin Urban trío Latin Supremo Allstars (LSA) cerca 2008 and played many club gigs in Los Angeles as well guest appearances for several hip hop artists from Blunt Ent. Records West.

In fall 2019, Teria’s first solo single “Zarandeo” produced by Platinum and Gold producer MedyLandia will be released, followed by “Boom” a duet with El Cata (writer and producer of Shakira’s Loca and Rabiosa tracks set to release in winter 2020. Also, in collaboration with local Latin artists in Toronto, “Bienvenidos al Norte” was released to commemorate the Raptor’s win, and our city of Toronto won 2 Canadian-Latin Music awards in 2019.

In 2018, her Latin single “Para Siempre” held the #1 spot for 8 weeks and she currently holds the #1 spot for Zarandeo (Dec 2019). She also reached the #1 position on Reverbnation with the song “Takin Me Higher” a few years back. Teria was deemed the 2017 Entertainer of the year by KAHAN Productions and the Latino-Canadian Community and was nicknamed,  Canada’s JLO.

In the summer of 2019,  Teria Morada and BenAnthony Lavoz went on their first media tour in The Dominican Republic and recorded 2 duets that will be released in 2020. These two were also part of the opening act for Bad Bunny this past August.



I’ll use various exercises to make the participants master their body movements, balance, and base. I’ll help them to be aware of the importance of every part of their body in the dance phrase. It is important to give every part of the body its place in the dance in order to feel free and creative with their body language. Depending on the choice of the group, we can approach different styles of dance: Salsa and all types of Cuban & Latin styles, Samba, Belly dance, Bollywood, Jazz,  Ballet, Afro, Reggaeton, Hip Hop, Modern, and Persian dances…


We will be mostly using the body as our main tool of expression in our workshops. Depending on the choice of the group regarding the dance style, we might be using clothing and make-up as tools to add more corps and colors to the show. Last but not least is the music which is a must for any dancing workshops…

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