Jesse Rasmussen- Dance celebrity, professional dancer, choreography, producer and Australian icon
Such a Pleasure Teaching at the Rosie Clark dance school again this year in 2016. The Students are improving and getting better and better every time I see them. I can definitely tell they putting in the hard work and their quality of tap is up there at an advanced level like some of the biggest schools around Australia.
Helen & David- Dance Parents
Our eldest daughter started with Miss Rosie when she was 4yrs old. She will be 16 in January and still loves to dance! Attending several classes a week with her besty , this dance school is so inspiring. Having my younger 2 children, daughter & son also attend with the different dance genres has been very rewarding. Miss Rosie & Miss Natalie provide a creative and safe environment for all children to explore movement and expression! We are blessed to be part of this wonderful dance family !
Tori P- Dance Mum
Rosie Clarks ballet school really do teach more than just dance. Their specialist teaching style has something for everyone from myself (who takes tap and jazz classes) through to my son (who takes hip-hop and jazz classes) and also my daughter (who does ballet, tap and jazz classes). There is something for every individual and each of us benefit in many ways. We get time to focus on something we enjoy for ourselves, develop coordination and flexibility, be a part of something extraordinary, keep fit and be encouraged to be the best dancers we can be.
Mandy P- Current Dance Mum
I have had children dancing with Rosie Clark School of Ballet & Tap for ten years, and have loved watching them dance. My daughters both enjoy dance very much, and this enjoyment has been increased by their weekly lessons. It is worth noting that my younger daughter, who has Down syndrome, comes with her own set of challenges in respect to her behaviour, attention span, memory issues and physical limitations. We have always had the impression that she is as valued and welcomed at the school as any other student, and Rosie & Natalie, along with the teenage demonstrators who assist in the class, have gone out of their way to assist our girl with whatever is needed to ensure she can fit into the class and achieve her best.
Natalie J- Past dance mum
Miss Rosie & Miss Natalie are highly dedicated teachers with a wonderful enthusiasm for their students & dance which is shown in their classes conducted in a professional, nurturing and caring environment. Caitlin & Layla were always taught proper techniques with positive reinforcements and corrections were always done with care. We thoroughly enjoyed being part of the ballet family & continue to return to workshops & to watch performances whenever we can since moving to Adelaide.g.
Ade Suharto-Current professional dancer/ independent solo dance artist
Ade's interest and curiosity for dance was sparked from a young age, while a student of Miss Rosie's at the Hope Valley School of Dance in the 1980s. This positive, first-time experience encouraged Ade to take Dance as one of her Year 12 subjects, to then undertake dance studies at the University of Adelaide. Since then Ade has taken on a professional career in dance and believe this has been enabled from the initial encouraging and supportive teaching environment created by Miss Rosie.
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