Contract Teachers


Kimberley Adams

Daniella Bebb Daniella
Bebb

Natalie Bitsas

Kate Crerar

Jasmine Fowler

Natalie Hannaford Natalie Hannaford

Eloise Harris Eloise Harris

Cassie Magill Cassie Magill

Diane Murphy

Tristan Sinclair

Marnie Walton


Kimberley Adams began dancing at the age of 5, she trained in classical, jazz and contempoary dance and started teaching at 16 for Danceworks 114 in Gippsland. She went on to qualify as a personal trainer, a yoga and pilates instructor working mostly with youth and older adults for rehabilitation purposes. Kim has a passion for teaching people about movement and also holds a Diploma on Childcare.

Daniella Bebb Daniella Bebb
Daniella is both the Event Manager and a Dance Teacher at e.motion21. Dedicated to the notion that quality dance education should be accessible to all members of the community, Daniella has extensive experience in dance and outreach projects around the world. Her dance teaching portfolio includes work with Starlight Children’s Foundation Australia, Melbourne City Council, Inner City Inner Child (Washington DC), Stories in Action (Auckland NZ) and Creative Mentorship with Future Foundations. Holding a Bachelor of Performing Arts and a Diploma of Children’s Services, Daniella infuses her practice with both a passion for dance and refined understanding of childhood development and pedagogy.

Natalie Bitsas created the popular dance program Kindy Groove, a dance and drama school for pre-schoolers, which she has been running as Owner and Director for the past 15 years. She is also very passionate about working with children with special needs and is delighted to be a part of the teaching team at Bundoora and Pascoe Vale.

Kate Crerar is inspired to be a part of such an innovative dance school in e.motion21. Trained in Cecchetti ballet, jazz, hip hop, and with a particular love for contemporary and zumba, Kate has extensive teaching and choreographing experience working for various dance schools around Melbourne. Kate has completed her double degree from RMIT University (Education and Applied Science – Disability) and the Ausdance Skill Set for Teaching Dance. Kate is responsible for the Performance Program, as well as teaching at Cranbourne.

Jasmine Fowler has completed three years of training at Dance Factory, gaining a Diploma of Dance Management and Teaching. During her training, she experienced a variety of dance styles including jazz, tap, classical, contemporary, lyrical and funk, and she loves to share her experience with her students. Jasmine is passionate and dedicated to improving the lives of children with a disability and also works as a teacher’s aide at St Pauls College. Jasmine teaches at Cranbourne and Kew.

Natalie Hannaford Natalie Hannaford
has over 20 years of professional dance teaching and choreography experience. Currently she works with Seven Turns Dance Collective, Ausdance Victoria, LCMS and local schools.

Eloise Harris Eloise Harris trained in the UK in a range of dance styles including ballet, contemporary, jazz and tap and gained a BA (Hons) degree in Professional Practice in Dance and has also graduated with a Post-graduate Diploma in Community Dance. Eloise has taught both children and adults in a range of styles in both the UK and Dubai. Eloise moved to Australia last year and is looking forward to getting to know all the students and to share her love of dance with them all.

Natalie Hannaford Cassie Magill began dancing at the age of 5, at the Hart School of Dance, in 2007 she moved to Dancers Edge where she began working under such choreographers as Sue-Ellen Shook, Ellen Sutton, Justine Puy, Peter Tserbis and Courtney Reardon. Cassie is trained in Tap, Jazz, Ballet, Pointe, Contemporary, Lyrical, Theatrical (Broadway, Singing and Acting), Modern Jive and Hip Hop. In 2013 Cassie completed Full-time dancing at The Space Dance and Arts Centre, and retained a Certificate IV in Elite Dance Performance. Cassie is currently studying Occupational Therapy. In 2014 Cassie created a dance program for children living with disabilities, the aim of the program was to use dance as a medium to communicate and express the feelings not as easily spoken. Cassie aims to marry her dance training and her skills as an Occupational Therapist moving into the future. Cassie is thrilled to be working at e.motion 21 in 2016.

Diane Murphy started dancing at a young age and it remains her passion. She is a qualified primary school and dance teacher. Teaching a range of styles, including classical ballet, tap, contemporary, jazz to even Zumba with a smile on her face, she aims to enhance peoples’ wellbeing through music and dance. Having moved from Queensland in 2015, she has dedicated her time to enriching the lives of her students both in the classroom and at dance. Diane thoroughly enjoys teaching at Kew and Greensborough.

Tristan Sinclair came to professional dance as an adult. Upon completing three years of full time training in dance, Tristan became a regular teacher on the adult casual timetable at The Space Dance Centre. He also enjoys teaching privately in local schools around Melbourne. He is currently completing his Diploma of Counselling and is excited to continue working with dance as a way of speaking, expressing yourself, without words. He is so excited to be teaching and dancing with e.motion21.

Marnie Walton began dancing at the age of 3 and ever since, dancing has been her passion. After leaving High School Marnie studied Full-Time Dance at The Space School Of Performance Arts and has her Diploma of Elite Dance Performance. She has trained in Ballet, Jazz, Contemporary, Hip Hop, Commercial Break dancing and more. Marnie collaborated with E.motion 21 for World Down sydrome Day in 2016 and ever since has found a love for working with E.motion 21 and their amazing and talented dancers.

188 High Street, Kew VIC 3101
phone: +61 3 9854 7100
info@emotion21.org.au

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