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Dance Director Renee Post has an enormous passion and love for this creative art form and with her extensive training, knowledge and experience she has formed learning centres to teach a variety of what “the arts” has to offer. Renee’s aim and vision is to provide a fun environment focusing on correct technique training for a future career in the arts or just for enjoyment.
Having begun her own dance lessons from the tender age of 2 years, by 5 years old she was able to claim to be the youngest competitor on televisions Young Talent Time. In 1995 Renee was the Overall SA Dance Champion and had roles in a multitude of TV commercials and leading roles in musicals. Her professional career lead her to working for organizations such as Disney, Warner Bros., International Grand Prix Assoc., and many more.
As a young adult Renee expanded her passion for Dance and her studies included international instruction from world renown choreographers in New York, Los Angeles and London. This lead to forming a career in teaching and studio directorship by obtaining formally recognized certifications:
Renee generously shares the knowledge she has gained from her vast experience and is a positive role model and mentor to her staff and students.
Her Sunday mornings are spent singing for the congregation at Aberfoyle Hub Catholic Church which brings her joy.
Abbey is currently in 2nd year of University. Studying a Bachelor of Primary education majoring in Music. Hoping to one day inspire the next generation to pursue the arts.
Favourite style is contemporary/lyrical.
Abbeys favourite dance memory was the first time she saw one of her choreographed routines performed on stage at the end of year concert.
She looks forward to mirroring this experience with THDA this year.
Since 2017, Jenna has played a pivotal role at THDA Port Lincoln, taking the studio’s first performance teams to their debut regional competition and placing third in their division. Jenna has a background in both Pilates and Barre and is deeply passionate about bringing her expertise to the classes she teaches. She is particularly committed to providing her students with an insight into how the body works and how to correctly engage the core to support dancers’ flexibility and control.
She is currently working as a professional dancer with Ding Productions, working for events such as the Adelaide Strikers Big Bash matches and the Adelaide Convention Centre. After spending 2018-2019 as THDA’s Program Coordinator, Rheanne now studies a double degree in Primary Education and Arts. Her favourite styles of dance are jazz and lyrical, with her fondest pastime being teaching her students over the years and watching them grow up to achieve amazing things.
She has also been an aggregate soloist winner in both jazz and lyrical solos, placing in the top 10 with her self-choreographed solo at the Dance Life Unit Competition in 2018. One of her proudest dance moments was receiving a standing ovation on the first show of the 2019 Radiance of the Seas Cruise, a performance she helped choreograph alongside Renee.
Jasmine describes dance teaching as one of her greatest achievements, finding it greatly rewarding to aid her students in their dance development and watch them grow over the years. The pure passion and joy she receives from her teaching have inspired her to complete a double degree in Bachelor of Arts and Primary Education.