Dancing your heart out!
It is the joy of Dance which inspires achievement! You might be surprised to hear how successful interactive classes have been and how well most children and teens have adapted!
With a focus on students’ wellbeing, Grace Dance Academy teachers know that connection and fun is equally as important as developing their technical dance skills.
Classes focus on positivity, giving an opportunity for children and teens to explore the special world of dance and music with intelligence and imagination, boosting self esteem and an appreciation for the arts whilst getting some much-needed exercise endorphins.
The principal of Grace Dance Academy is Fiona and it is clear to see how much passion and fun she brings to her work.
Fiona trained at the world-renowned Laine Theatre Arts. She made her West End musical debut aged 11, also appearing in local and professional productions including several pantomimes, the UK tour of ‘Evita’, and a music video with Annie Lennox (choreographed by Michael Clark).
After a few years in business, she entered the teaching profession to pass on her passion for dance. Past pupils have gained places at vocational colleges and contemporary dance schools including Laban, The Place and London Studio Centre.
With fifteen years of teaching experience, Fiona offers high quality classes for girls and boys within a safe and nurturing environment. She is also qualified to train dance teachers.
Students enrolled for classes this term are benefitting from lots of extra treats, too, in the form of a bonus calendar of FREE classes for both students and for parents… because parents need some fun and ‘me-time’ too!
The youngest students will be meeting Princess Anna, whilst older ballet students will be dancing with a real ballerina, and there’s also an opportunity to learn a routine with a cast member of ‘Charlie and the Chocolate Factory’ as an Easter treat.
Parents will be benefiting from some calming Yoga, energetic Broadway Boogie, and uber-cool Clubbercise.
For even more opportunities beyond regular classes, budding choreographers will get the opportunity to create a piece for a virtual choreographic competition, and plans are in the works for a virtual showcase later this year.
Wow! Now that sounds amazing and so much fun for the students. If you have any questions at all or you’d like to know more, please contact Fiona from Grace Dance Academy directly.