Our teachers










Miss Ari (Principal)

After having performed in various ballet and Jazz companies in Italy and abroad, Arianna qualified as a teacher at the Royal Academy of Dance (RAD) and started her student’s exams at the Imperial Society of Teachers of Dance (ISTD). She moved to the UK in 2005 to work for a prestigious school in Central London and founded Eos Dance in 2010. She has worked for 20 years in Italy and UK with children and adults of all ages and levels and is now a mentor of the Royal Academy of Dance, currently training prospective new teachers.

Ari is also a Pilates and fitness trainer, seniors’ instructor, diet and supplementation consultant, a rehab advisor and a Sports and Remedial Massage therapist, having graduated at the North London School of Sports Massage.


Miss Maria

Originally from Portugal, Maria trained at the LampDance Academy, where she studied the method of the Royal Academy of Dance method up to Advanced Vocational level.

Maria then attended the Escola Superior de Dança obtaining a BA (Hons) in Dance. During her last year at the University, she was awarded a Sócrates/Erasmus scholarship and spent 3 months at Danshogskolan University College of Dance in Stockholm, Sweden. Since graduating, she has worked with various companies including Vortice Dance Company (National and International Tour), Dance Festivals, in Music Vídeos, TV and Bricolage Dance Movement. Maria is a fully qualified IDTA Freestyle Associate Dance Teacher with long experience teaching ballet and contemporary to children of all ages.


Miss Lucy

Lucy’s interest in ballet started at the age of 3. She then achieved Outstanding Honours in advanced Tap, Modern Jazz, Musical Theatre and RAD Ballet. This opened her the doors of the English Youth Ballet, the National Youth Film Academy and the National Youth Theatre. Her performing credits include ‘Ariel’ in Footloose, ‘Blousey Brown’ in Bugsy Malone, ‘Wendla’ in Spring Awakening, and ‘Mimi’ in RENT. Having moved from the North East of England to London, Lucy attended the prestigious Royal Holloway University of London, where she studied Drama and Theatre.

Lucy also teaches at various performing arts schools, such as Stagecoach and Ginger Music Company. Additionally, she runs her own theatre company – Taxi Man Productions. Beside her performing career and as a complement to her teaching skills, she has trained with the autism specialist Gina Davies and has worked for two years with SEN children. She believes that performing is truly unique, and very excited to see her little students take their first steps into the world of dance.

Miss Emily

Emily specialises in Ballet and Contemporary dance and has experience in teaching a variety of dance techniques.

After completing her professional training at Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance, she went on to gain registered teaching status with the Royal Academy of Dance. Emily has been working professionally in the sector since 2008 and has toured as a performer and choreographer in the UK and abroad.

She has a range of practice in dance theatre work, including experience teaching A-Level and GCSE dance from the national curriculum. In 2009, she studied at the prestigious Martha Graham School in New York City, where she was able to further develop her knowledge and skills.


Miss Anuschka

Anuschka was born in Germany, where she trained as a professional classical and contemporary dancer.

She performed with the opera ballet of Nuremberg State Theatre in 2013. At the same time, she graduated in dance education.

Anuschka then decided to move to London to further her career in dance and teaching. She has here appeared in stage productions, music videos, short films and photoshoots.

Her main focus is teaching young children. She is however highly skilled and experienced with a variety of age ranges and in several dance styles.


Miss Bo

Boglarka (Miss Bo) was born in Hungary, where she trained as a professional contemporary dancer. She started with classical ballet, to then discover different styles of dance such as ballroom dancing, tap, jazz, contemporary and modern techniques.

She later enrolled in the Budapest Dance Theatre Elite Training Programme, where she had a chance to work with the Budapest Dance Theatre. Her performing career includes several contemporary companies: Inversedance, PR-Evolution Dance Company. As a choreographer, she has recently unveiled Isha (2017). Alongside performing, Bo has been teaching dance for a long time in Budapest, working with children and adults alike.

Additionally, Bo trained as a coach for mental health issues. She currently holds meditation classes and workshops for both children and adults.
Her mission in teaching is to help to shine children in their inner beauty through this wonderful language called dance.


Miss Eve

Eve started her journey in the world of dance training in a number of well-established dance schools. She then entered Sylvia Young’s Theatre School, where she received intensive training in street dance, jazz and commercial. Eve subsequently gained her BA (Hons) in Performing Arts at Middlesex University, a most renowned drama school.

Whilst at the same, she continued her additional dance training, adding ballet and contemporary to the list of her specialties. She is now a long standing member of a Contemporary Dance Company, performing at Sadler’s Wells Theatre every Summer.

Eve has taught for many dance schools across the UK, as well as some part time Performing Arts schools, including Stagecoach.
As a teacher, she much enjoys working with children of all ages and abilities.


Miss Anita

Anita has been teaching dance for 12 years.

Specialised in Contemporary Dance, Hip Hop and improvisation as performance, she qualified as a Dance Teacher at the Trinity College London

Her dance career started when she was talent spotted and asked to perform at events and raves.

After training in Ballet, Contemporary Dance and Contact Improvisation Anita was part of “improv vi” in the Netherlands – a dance as improvisation company. A well-deserved bursary allowed her to study at Laban (now Trinity Laban Conservatoire), to then embark on a career as a Community Dance Artist. Anita has since worked in projects for schools and charities supporting people with special needs.

After graduating as a Dance Teacher, she decided to focus solely on Dance Teaching in mainly educational context.