African All Stars and All stars Kids
I offer private/small group classes of creative dance therapy which are individually tailored classes based on desired area’s of growth or specific physical/emotional development
Currently running:
Performance course Hiplife for parents and children at JRDA Subiaco. This course has already started, however, you can still come and watch the show. For more info see

Hiplife & Azonto
Azonto is the most popular and often danced style in West-Africa at the moment and is spreading worldwide from Ghana. It’s the most contagious dance form we’ve ever offered with lots of humor in groovy, funky and smooth ways of dancing with lots of personal interpretations and differences, hand moves, non-verbal communication, daily gestures and facial expressions. in short; the whole body moves! This is a moderate intensive dance style that suits everyone who is open to dancing on great beats and grooves of music that isn’t easily compared with anything. Dare to try something new and let go of any shyness unless you use it in your moves!

Dance Medicine
This class will combine the best of all dance has to offer. The teacher will use her extensive professional training in contemporary dance, African dance, Belly dance, yoga and meditation to create an easy flow in this class that will be beneficial for the whole body. All body parts will be involved and gently moved through flowing combinations and influences from different dance styles in order to strengthen yet relax the body. Long stretches, attention to awareness in the body, breath, affirmations for body-mind connection, a relaxing exercise to finish with and perfectly chosen music to accompany the various ingredients will make sure you’ll leave in blisss…

West-African dance
This dance style is often called traditional African dance because the movements and rhythms are coming from traditional dances with their origins in the villages of West-Africa. Most of these dances that existed of a few movements, were taken to the city where the local and national dance groups, called ‘Ballet groups’  expanded the dances and music by making arrangements and choreographies with them, and creating new rhythms from them. The dances, rhythms and style of dance we mostly use in classes comes from Guinea, and the capital Conakry, because of the beautiful interaction between music and dance and the vibrant, organic and smooth dance material