Elijah Soto is an original Litefeet dancer from Brooklyn, New York. He has been dancing for 13 years. As a dancer, Elijah is know for implementing unorthodox skills and techniques with his dancing. For example, he likes to do tricks with a basket ball, Adidas Superstar sneakers, Heelys, and hats while he dances. Since the age of Twenty, Elijah has also been known for his educational and advocacy work for the Litefeet dance community, in which he's helped the Litefeet dance community find free spacing, funded many Litefeet dance events, and taught many free educational Dance workshops and classes for people interested in learning the Litefeet Dance style. Recently, with local and international help, Elijah was able to raise 3000$ to fund a program called "For The Culture: Free Litefeet Classes". This program gave 6 major Litefeet dancers the opportunity to teach free Litefeet classes to the public, and still receive payment. In addition the money also supported local videographers and graphic designers as well.