The Art of Stepping Founder
Jessica “Remo” Saul
…was born and raised in the Bronx, New York by Dominican and Puerto Rican parents. At an early age, artistic expression was a staple in her life, dancing hip-hop, merengue, salsa, and bachata, as well as house and reggae. Remo, as she is best known among her friends and colleagues, was first introduced to stepping when she tried out for her high school cheer-leading team at Herbert H. Lehman High School.
Remo’s stepping career began with the formation of her sorority’s National Step Team, winning consistent championships against both Latino and African-American Fraternal Organizations nationwide. Soon after, Remo established the Art of Stepping™ After-school Program, developing a unique and one-of-a-kind program that teaches step via mathematical formulas. Remo’s successful career in stepping landed her in an episode of the MTV network series “True Life: I’m Stepping”.
Remo’s dedication to the Art of Stepping has led to national expansion, Presidential recognition, and named ‘the single person who has had the biggest impact in popularizing Latino step’ by Fox News Latino.