Louise Estelle

dance teacher

Based in
West Bridgford, Nottinghamshire, United Kingdom
Also teaches in Europe, UK, USA
Louise Estelle | dance teacher

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I am a professional dancer and performer, as well as a choreographer and teacher.
I have been performing professionally for the past 10 years and choreographing & teaching for just over a decade.
I tarined at Laine Theatre Arts, Surrey and graduated in 2000 with Honours in professional Dance and musical theatre!
Since then i have been working in Film,TV and theatre and have been lucky to work with some amazing choreographers such as Paulette Minnot,Danny Teeson,Jamie King and Arlene Philips. And have been fortunate enough to perform with the Lewis London Ballet company, Nike for (MTV), 42nd Street,Charlie and the chocolate factory film, Spirit of the dance to name just a few.
I currently teach and choreograph all over the UK teaching a wide variety of styles and for some major competitions such as 'Miss Dance'. I have choroegraphed opening numbers for Loughborough University for their annual show and have also been a judge 2 years running for the annual university dance competition which included 'Nikes' 'D-Clash'. I teach for well known performing arts colleges and institutions as well as local dance/theatre schools and i also provide one on one private tuition. I regularly teach for Stagecoach Theatre arts every weekend and at various health clubs around the UK. I supply summer schools and workshops in half terms and holidays.

ALongside this i teach a number of Zumba classes, please go to the zumba.com webpage and search for me to see if theres a class near you.


Aimed at: Beginner, Intermediate and Advanced.


If offering private dance lessons if cancellation isn't at least 24 hours then the session has to be paid for.

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