Teachers

We've found some of the most ispiring teachers around to share their knowledge and enthusiasm with you.

  • Alina Sokulska

    Alina Sokulska

    Solo Jazz

    Alina's approach to dance has formed from her history of collaborating with jazz musicians and performing with improvisational music live. This experience has shaped her movement language and pushed her to elaborate on her approach to the performance, practice, and pedagogy of dance improvisation and spontaneous composition.

  • Adėl Stichweh

    Adėl Stichweh

    Solo Jazz

    In their dancing, Adėl is looking for rhythm, stability, and focusing on the silence between the notes. Having a solid base allows them to create flowing movements and play with contrasts, so they can express themself freely through movement.

  • Jason Hsu

    Jason Hsu

    Lindy Hop

    "Be sassy and be jazzy!" Freedom of expression characterises Jason's teaching and dancing! Jason will show you not only the ways you can connect to the music and express yourself through improvisation but also how to feel free to do it. That's the main value you will get from Jason!

  • Katie Cobalt

    Katie Cobalt

    Lindy Hop

    Katie is known for her classroom energy, musicality, and infectious enthusiasm for all things Jazz. When it comes to dance, she deeply values self expression and fully committing to the idea. As a teacher, she focuses on individually helping her students on their own dance journeys and finds so much joy in seeing them grow.

  • Vassiliki Papadopoulou

    Vassiliki Papadopoulou

    Lindy Hop

    Vassiliki has been dancing since she was 8 years old, starting with classical ballet, followed by contemporary, ballroom and Latin dances. At the age of 19, she found her passion in Lindy Hop and Vernacular Jazz, which charmed her with the energy and creativity that characterises them.

    She loves teaching, performing and competing. In lindy hop and authentic jazz dances, she finds freedom, energy and joy. For her they are a way of creative expression and a constant source of inspiration.

  • Viktor Lillard

    Viktor Lillard

    Lindy Hop

    Over the years dance has taken Viktor where he never dreamed he would go, and the varied influences he discovered have helped him develop a unique flavour to his dance. He uses his musical knowledge and his thoughtful creative outlook to help students both become comfortable in their basics and expand their boundaries. Above all, he absolutely loves to share his musical and flowing style of swing on the social floor, and he encourages all dancers to feel the music and have fun!

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