Irish dancing, ballet, tap & jazz
studios: camp hill, coorparoo, wynnum, Victoria Point


Clare Michelsen T.C.R.G., B.Ed., Dip.T.

Clare is a registered teacher with the Irish
Dancing  Commission in Ireland and has 25 years of
experience teaching in secondary catholic schools.
Her own solo dance experience spans over 25 years.  

Jessica Mole

Jessica has been dancing for 13 years, undertaking
a variety of styles including Ballet, Tap, Jazz,
Contemporary, Musical Theatre and Hip Hop. She has
had much success competing in both group and solo
sections in many South-East Queensland based
eisteddfods and achieving honours.

Ashleigh Bowser

Ashleigh is currently studying a Bachelor of Fine Arts at QUT, with dreams of becoming a secondary school dance teacher. Her love for dance began at the early age of 3 years, and this love has blossomed into a real passion and drive. Ashleigh believes dance to be an imperative art form for every child to experience, providing many wonderful benefits such as greater self-confidence, improved balance and spatial awareness and better coordination, agility and flexibility.

Pip Thompson

Pip is now entering her 17th year of dance. Originally she trained in ballet and contemporary at the National Capital Ballet School in the ACT. She has also trained in Jazz, Hip Hop and Latin dance and is currently studying a Bachelor of Fine Arts at QUT also. Her dream is to teach dance in a wide range of teaching contexts with a focus on people of all ages who are new to dance.

Register now.
Classes recommence Tuesday 18 April.