Teaching Staff


All of our teaching staff are highly qualified in their chosen genres giving our students the opportunity to learn all styles of dance with quality training. We are committed to providing superior coaching whilst maintaining an enjoyable and safe learning environment where our students can thrive.



Miss Imogen has completed numerous examinations in Jazz, Ballet and Tap within the A.T.O.D, CSTD and RAD syllabi. She has completed her Certificate IV in Dance Teaching and Management, Acrobatics Arts Module One Course and the Aerial & Back Handspring Course. Imogen has worked all over the Sunshine Coast creating award-winning competition choreography and have worked extensively in many dance studios.

“I am grateful to be able to share my extensive knowledge and experiences of the industry to my students and act as a role model for the next generation of dancers”.

Miss Imogen looks forward to working with your child and can’t wait to welcome you to the RDC Family.



Miss Laura has studied classical ballet, jazz, contemporary, lyrical and tap and completed her RAD Ballet Exams up to and including advanced 2 with Distinction. After training at a full-time classical ballet school, she was accepted to train in America at Orlando ballet school for 2017/18. She has taught all styles of dance but specialises in ballet, lyrical, contemporary and jazz technique training on the Sunshine Coast and Brisbane. Laura is currently working towards completing her Certificate IV in Dance Teaching & Management and is so excited to be a part of the RDC family.



Miss Morgan has worked within multiple studios based on the Sunshine Coast teaching both syllabi and competition routines. Completing all examinations available within Ballet, Jazz, Hip Hop, Tap along with Cert iii in Musical Theatre production and performance. Continuing on to complete both Cert IV and Diploma of Dance Performance and Teaching whilst studying full time dance. Morgan is looking forward to welcoming all new faces to the RDC Family and helping them reach their fullest potential.