Elizabeth rivera bido

Instructor / Animadora / Choreographer /

Singer-Rapper / Spanish Language Teacher



Elizabeth was born in La Romana and first learned to dance bachata from her mother at just five years of age. When she was 14, Elizabeth started dancing in dance groups and hasn't stopped dancing since! Having participated in many festivals-- including Bachata Paradise Festival, Bailamar Festival, Saint Barthelemy Festival-- and worked with various dance schools-- such as Camelot Cultural Center, By Bolivar Dance School, and Escuela Geovanny de Los Santos-- Elizabeth is a seasoned instructor, performer, and animador. As a mother to a beautiful little girl, Elizabeth is passionate about proving the vast and varied capabilities of women as artists and leaders. She works tirelessly to pave the way for the youth in Las Terrenas who love to dance and hope to turn it into a career one day too.

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Dance Genres

  • Bachata

  • Salsa On1

  • Merengue

  • Dembow

  • Afro-Beat

  • Hip Hop

Teaching Specialties

  • Traditional & Modern Bachata: Musicality, partnering, lady's styling 

  • Salsa On1: partnering, lady's styling

  • Traditional/Classic/Mambo style merengue

  • Dembow & Hip Hop: Lady's style


  • Spanish

  • English

  • Italian for Dance Instruction

Hobbies & Professional skills

  • Dance Instructor

  • Choreographer

  • Animator

  • Singer-Rapper

  • Spanish language teacher

Available for

  • Virtual Private Lessons

  • Choreography design and instruction

  • Spanish language tutoring

In her



"I really enjoy how comfortable Elizabeth makes her students feel during the learning process. She communicates instructions patiently and is always attentive to the needs of her students. Her love for dancing and music is contagious, and I am continuously inspired by her confidence, style, and infectious energy."

-Tolla (Entrepreneur, MA)

Clean Bubbles


"I've progressed in terms of my outlook and my attitude [during my time with MetaMovements]. Before, I could be a little negative, and I believed that there were things that I would never be able to accomplish. In that sense my mentality has changed completely to the point where I have pushed myself to take on greater risks and prove to myself and others that I am able to achieve everything I wish to in dance. Whether I'm leading or following, or working on a performance, I'm always present and ready to put forth my best effort."