Our qualified dance teachers are trained to deliver a meaningful experience for all students, whilst improving each individual student’s ability. No-one goes unnoticed!
Director/Teacher R.A.D R.T.S
Kyra’s love for dance began at the ripe age of 2, where she began studying Classical Ballet in Albury, NSW. During her time as a student Kyra enjoyed studying Jazz, Contemporary, National Character, Ballroom, Latin, Gymnastics and all Classical Ballet genres.
Kyra completed examinations through the Royal Academy of Dance R.A.D syllabus, where she was award distinctions and was also invited to numerous classes and summer schools with the Australian Ballet School in Melbourne, as well as the Tanya Pearson Classical Coaching Academy in Sydney.
In 2010 Kyra opened the doors to Lé Beat Dance Academy with the goal of sharing her love and enthusiasm for dance with the next generation. Her dedication to providing her students with the highest quality of dance tuition led her to completing two years of study with the Royal Academy of Dance (R.A.D) to achieve her Certificate in Ballet Teaching Studies. This enables her to train, educate and send her students for examinations with the prestigious RAD syllabus as well as train students to become RAD teachers themselves. Kyra has also completed a Diploma in Business Marketing, Diploma in Children’s Services, a Certificate IV in Training and Assessment and Acrobatic Arts.
Kyra brings an enthusiasm and dedication to Lé Beat that is reflected in the quality of the instructors, programs and facilities. Her goal is to provide all students with an enjoyable dancing experience and sense of accomplishment whilst giving them the tools to become their best.
Kyra is an affiliated member of Southern Federation of Dance (S.F.D) and a registered teacher with Royal Academy of Dance (R.A.D) and Registered teacher with Acrobatic Arts.
Phoebe began dancing at the age of 7 in Benalla, Victoria. She trained and studied the Australian Teachers of Dance (ATOD) syllabus, completing exams in both Jazz and Tap. Phoebe grew up as a competitive dancer and in 2012 became a student at Lé Beat, where she went on to win numerous top awards. In 2015 she moved to Melbourne to study a diploma in specialist makeup services for all things theatrical, which is a great passion of hers. In 2016, Lé Beat was lucky enough to welcome Phoebe back as a dance teacher. She then went on to study the Royal Academy of Dance (R.A.D) syllabus and did her Intermediate classical exam in 2018 in Melbourne.
Phoebe is passionate about up and coming world dance trends and remains up to date by attending and participating in regular workshops in Melbourne and Sydney.
Phoebe teaches the Southern Federation of Dance (S.F.D) syllabus to her Tap and Jazz students at Lé Beat.
Georgia also has an extensive history in dance and is now taking the next step in dance as a teacher. Georgia spent most of her late childhood and teenage years training and competing across all style of dance; Classical, contemporary, jazz, tap, hip hop and acrobatics.
Georgia has completed her Royal Academy of Dance (R.A.D) Classical Ballet Examinations and was awarded Distinction in her final exam. As a dancer Georgia had the opportunity to be taught by many industry professionals and performed both locally and nationally. Georgia has been assisting in teaching dance for two years and is now ready to take on her own classes. She now teaches children as young as 2 through to adults. Georgia will be teaching various styles of dance and we know you will love her bright personality. Georgia has a great eye for detail and has great communication skill when it comes to teaching students of all ages.
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Jasmine has been involved greatly in the arts from a young age both nationally and internationally. With over 25 years of experience as a classical dancer, Jasmine began her training in Albury-Wodonga before furthering her studies at Tanya Pearsons Classical coaching Academy where she also achieved Distinctions in her RAD and Checchetti Examinations. She then went on to perform with Sydney Youth Ballet as well as Goh Ballet in Canada and on international tours. Jasmine has been teaching dance for over 10 years and is a current RAD registered teacher.
Jasmine’s work as a teacher is fuelled by passion and a dedication to the precision and detail she finds applies to the art form. As well as Jasmines allied learning paths, a diploma in digital imaging and a higher certificate in nutritional studies, including sports nutrition and life coaching; Jasmine is confident to be able offer the skills required to support the health and wellbeing of students, alongside assisting them fulfil their potential as an individual and in the dance studio.
Jasmine currently is studying a Certificate IV training and Assessment.
Jess began dancing at 5 years of age at a small dance school in Lavington before she moved to study dance at Le Beat Dance Academy at the age of 12. Jess studied the Royal Academy of Dance (R.A.D) syllabus and completed examinations from Grade 5 to Intermediate, being awarded distinctions in each level. she also was a member of the LBDA competition team, competing at multiple eisteddfods and performing at community events. Jess Has Also studied Jazz, Contemporary, Hip Hop, Lyrical and Tap through her years of dance training.
Jess is thrilled to begin her teaching role in 2022 at Lé Beat, whilst studying at the Australian Dance Institute (A.D.I).