Our Jazz classes are a mix of many styes of popular dancing across decades of dance – in any class you might find some latin moves, funk, 60’s jazz, disco, Broadway, charleston and more.
Explanation of Jazz levels
Jazz Level 1
A beginner level. If you like dancing around the house or at a nightclub, jump in and give it a go.
Jazz Level 2
A follow on from Jazz level 1 – when you are ready to push your self further with more complex routines.
Jazz Level 3
Our advanced level – for those who are feeling confident for faster and complex moves.
For those who like a slower paced jazz class. Suitable for all levels of experience, including beginners and Seniors. You can join this class anytime with no dance experience.
What to wear
Dance or gym wear. A variety of shoes can suit jazz – either jazz shoes, chorus shoes, ballet shoes, socks or bare feet.
Our Jazz Teachers
His career started brilliantly with being accepted into the prestigious Australian Ballet School in Melbourne. Dale has been a leading light in the Australian and international theatre scene spanning over three decades.
A Brisbane-based performing artist who began dancing at the age of three. She has trained in a wide variety of styles; jazz, tap and ballet, and she holds a Diploma of musical theatre.
Justine began her dancing education at the age of four at the Carolyn Gilby Dance Centre, where she studied R.A.D.ballet, C.S.T.D. tap, jazz and ballet, and acrobatics.
In 1994 Natalie graduated from the Australian Ballet School with Honours and whilst studying at the school, Natalie was a silver medalist at the Asia Pacific Ballet Competition in Japan and a bronze medalist at the Adeline Genee Awards in London.
Riannon started her professional dance career with Merenia Gray Dance Company after graduated from the New Zealand School of Dance in 2000.
Shay Debney has worked extensively in musical theatre, music video and dance film as a tap dancer.
Trudi has qualifications in Jazz / Contemporary from the Australasian Teachers Contemporary Dance Association, and Classical Ballet from the Royal Academy of Dancing