Emma's professional qualifications include Fellowships in Ballroom, Latin and Freestyle with the ISTD and the NATD. She has lectured for the Imperial Society of Teachers of Dancing and the National Association of Teachers of Dancing on many occasions and is a Championship Adjudicator.
Sophie has trained in dance since she was two years old, studying Ballet, Tap and Jazz. She has gained all examinations in UTD from Primary to Elementary Module Two and has trained in contemporary dance for ten years.
Janine started dancing aged 7 in a local Church Hall and quickly progressed into the medal test and competition scene. After a very successful career as a juvenile and junior, including representing the country in International competitions, she was approached by her then teacher, to train to become an instructor.
Sue is a partner of the Ipswich School of Dancing and has been teaching for over 45 years. She has been dancing since she was 8-years-old, competing nationally and internationally in New York, Denmark, Germany and many others as a Junior competitor. At age 16 Sue turned professional and started teaching.
Maggie was 29 before she ever stepped inside a dancing school - a late starter! She went to a beginners class at the Arlington Ballroom in Museum Street, Ipswich. Maggie was soon totally hooked and within a year she was having private lessons, had taken her first exams, entered her first competitions (which she won) and was assisting at classes.