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Dancers, choreographers, educators, studio owners, dance organizations: welcome to The DESTRO Experience.

They say experience is the best teacher, and at The Destro Experiences we teach in order to simultaneously expand and shrink the realm of dance: to expand by extending the dance world to all who seek to enter; to shrink it by fostering deeply rooted connection. We interweave a web of devoted dance artists in an interdisciplinary space, opening up The Experience of limitless possibilities in how we question, practice, share, and thrive as creative beings.

Initially founded as a blog showcasing the artistic pursuits including dance performance, choreography, photography, writing, and music of our founder Destini Rogers, The Destro Experience has flowered into a full-service artistic support organization, officially incorporated in Brooklyn, New York, whose reason for being is three-pillared.


Curate Despoke Experiences

DEspoke experiences are once-in-lifetime events in the form of workshops, retreats, study programs, and community events hosted around the U.S. and curated for forward-thinking devoted dance artists ages 18 & up to experiment, build community, and recalibrate.

Invent Cureosity Experiences

We provide competitive studios and dance programs with the perfect movement cure. Students aged 8 to 18 can experience meticulously crafted, personalized curricula, focusing on movement research, technical training, creativity, and performance.

Achieve with

A full-service, tailored solution to support independent dance artists and dance organizations in experiencing and developing their entrepreneurial potential.

Meet our

Destini Rogers is the embodiment of multiple creative personae that spring from the same source: that source is truth. Her truth is grounded in her roots; her truth is made to soar by determination.

This wearer of many hats was born and raised in Oklahoma City (and is currently a resident of New York City) from where she went on to study jazz, ballet, tap, hip hop, modern, flamenco, Native American Shaw Dancing, African dance forms, dance composition and production at Inner City Dance & Classen School of Advanced Studies. She continued her education at the University of Central Oklahoma (where she made unmistakable artistic and political impact on campus as a member of the Kaleidoscope Dance Company and being voted Miss Black UCO), studying Dance Performance and Business Administration. When opportunity's talking drum called her name, Destini danced to her own rhythm all the way to the national stage of So You Think You Can Dance, finishing in the top eight on the premier season of the hit television dance competition before going on to take on the commercial dance world.

Say what's up to Destini