The QuickSteps Team are here to help you learn to dance. But we know it’s not all about the dancing.
Over the years Michelle has witnessed first hand the happiness that dancing can bring into peoples lives. It can improve your health and fitness, stress levels, social life, self confidence, relationships – all while giving you an amazing sense of satisfaction and achievement.
This is why we do what we do, and the reason for our mission: ‘create happiness through dance
Michelle quickly realised that in order to truly deliver the QuickSteps mission, extra teachers were needed to join the Team. Today you’ll find some of the world’s best dance teachers on the QuickSteps team and there are more to come.
You don’t need any experience, you don’t need a partner and you don’t even need to know which styles you want to learn. All you have to do is decide that dancing is for you and let us do the rest!
Adam is here to sweep you off your feet at the next QS Social event/Gala Ball. Adam started dancing when he was only 14 and loves Swing/Jive the most. When he's not dancing he can be found volunteering at HeadSpace or out and about with his camera and his friends.
Bridget tends the bar for all your beverage needs. She's also an illustrator, musician and comedian from South Australia. Her background is in the hospitality and the arts industry, specifically design, performance, marketing and writing. A lover of coffee and craft beer, Bridget has worked in numerous cafes and attended bar for a number of festivals including Feast and Adelaide Fringe.
Kahla has a passion for puppies (but who doesn't), travelling and fine food. She has mostly worked in admin but likes to branch out in event planning. Her role at Quicksteps as a Wedding Liaison Manager means that she'll help you book in your first dance lesson in time for your big day.
Jayson's first dancing job was offered to him the moment he was seen dancing at the Le Grande Dance Club in Laguna. It proved to be a good choice with Jayson soon becoming booked up 7 days a week with clients that loved him! After years in the industry he co-founded the 7 Lakes Dance Instructors Association and was an inspiration and mentor to many young instructors in his local area. The group also did much fundraising and charity work for members of the local community. Jayson is not only a skilled dancer and passionate dance instructor but is a qualified Nurse too!
Michelle grew up playing lots of sports but once she found ballroom/latin dancing she was hooked! She has been teaching for many years and is passionate about building the best dance studio the world has ever seen! When Mish isn't teaching she is hiking, listening to business podcasts or at the pub with her friends.
Sebastien loves all things business! Starting his first business at the young age of 13 he has had plenty of experience in everything from IT services to owning crepe stalls and burger stands. Sebastien takes care of everything behind the scenes at QS and helps to keep all of the cogs turning. When Seb's not working he loves reading the 'Economist' with a glass of red wine.
Hannah joined QuickSteps back in 2013. Hannah is a popular QuickSteps Teacher and has recently started taking on extra responsibilities such as organising gala events and running all of our wedding Expo stands. Hannah has been dancing since she was 2 years old and it shows!. She has studied ballet, jazz, contemporary and ballroom and latin. Hannah is fun, full of energy and an extremely polished dancer.
Rommel moved to Australia from the Phillippines in August 2014 to teach with the QS Team and boy we're glad he did! Rommel has been teaching ballroom and latin for over 15 years and was runner up on Filipino Dancing With The Stars with his dance partner, Priscilla, in 2014. When he's not dancing Rommel loves going to the movies and eating in China Town.
Dance Teacher and Admin Angel
Sara has been dancing and singing all of her life. She studied performing arts at college and is no stranger to the stage. Over the years Sara reckons she has probably done over 1000 performances all over the world. She first started teaching in the UK as a performing arts, early years and tap teacher and comes from a family of teachers. Her love of the ballroom floor comes from her Aunt Shirley who was a professional ballroom teacher in the UK.
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