Dance

When I first took over the reins at Peninsula School of Dance many of my senior dancers were just tiny tots in tutus. I’ve watched them grow not just as dancers but as young adults, and I am proud of the people they are becoming. They are a credit to their parents, to...
Humans on the Peninsula

Humans on the Peninsula

This article first appeared in the Humans of the Peninsula Facebook page. I was humbled to receive such lovely comments form the community about my story and studio vision. Humans on the Peninsula I did not grow up on the peninsula but have some great childhood...
Why are we all so worried about dance?

Why are we all so worried about dance?

  There has been significant press lately regarding dance and concerns around the early sexualisation of young girls. Let me get one thing straight! I am firm believer that kids should be free to be kids. As a mum to 2 girls and a boy, and the principal of a dance...
Tips on how to choreograph a Dance

Tips on how to choreograph a Dance

Students strut their self-choreographed stuff!   Each year the Peninsula School of Dance Choreographic Competition is keenly anticipated by our students. It’s a long held tradition at our school with our perpetual trophies dating back to the early 70s. Some of those...