Flamenco is an art that evolves from within and this is essential to my method of teaching. Having gone through the experience of accessing a traditional form in a critical fashion, I identify key elements that are characteristic of the form like the compás (rhythm), but also share elements that resonate most in, and of me.

I teach choreographic structures, methods of technique, and stylistic approaches, giving emphasis to the practice of moving in measured sequences in partnership to musical accompaniment.

Flamenco is a transnational form and can contain a wide variation of both professional and nonprofessional dancers’ backgrounds, skills and ages. I encourage the space for each individual to experience the dance in their own way.

Since 1999, I have taught elementary through to advanced levels and maintained steady partnerships with a number of dance studios throughout Australia. I have taught for extensive periods in China, Taiwan, Canada, Germany, France and New Zealand, and continue to teach in Hong Kong and the UK.

More recent affiliations include: The Australian Ballet School – Summer School Vocational Program (Since 2012), and the original cast members of Strictly Ballroom ‘The Musical’ for the Australian production in 2014/15. I currently teach in Melbourne.


Next Level Studios
325 Victoria Street, Brunswick, 3056

Thursday evening
Dynamite Dance
760 Glen Huntly Road, South Caulfield, 3162

Saturday Classes 

January 11, 18 & 25, February 1, 8, 15, 22 & 29, & March 7 (9-weeks)

Beginners – Improvers
Saturday: 1.00 – 2.15pm

Saturday: 2.15 – 3.30pm

Saturday: 3.30 – 4.45

Thursday evening

To be announced

Mixed Intermediate
Thursday: 7.30 – 8.45pm

Private lessons
Available on request

All levels:

$25 per lesson ($20 per hour) – complete payment upfront
Casual rate: $30 per lesson
Lessons are 1hr & 15 min in length


Fees can be paid online or in cash. For online banking:

BSB no: 063 119
Account no: 10367360

Classes at the casual rate must be paid on the day if not arranged electronically. 

It is preferable students wear a hard, closed shoe with a solid heel (no trainers). Women can wear a ¾ length skirt and or leggings with a comfortable top and men, a loose slim trouser or sweat pant with a t-shirt.

It is strongly recommended students attend class regularly. The technique offered will support the choreographic content of each level.