Meet our team of staff!
Our faculty consists of passionate teachers who have trained in either dance, drama, music and / or music therapy.
All staff have their current WWCC.
Miss Miranda, Founder
Miranda has been a performer for many years and wanted to share her love of performing with anyone who may not have had the opportunity to do so before.
Miranda has been teaching mainstream dance, singing and drama for 8 years and now has her Diploma in Music Theatre, Level 1 Cheer, Basic Zumba, AMEB Singing, Ballet & Tap Dance Certificates.
Teaching for a number of schools throughout NSW, Miranda has gained a lot of knowledge of different teaching techniques which filter through her Perform-Ability program. In 2016, Miranda was invited to teach a part of the "Dance for Wellbeing" course at the Hunter TAFE Regional Institute of Arts, specialising in working with people with a disability and dance for young people.
Whilst running Perform-Ability, Miranda continues to perform and gain more experience that she can pass on to her students.
Miss Niki - Events Coordinator
With an interest in dance therapy, Miss Niki joined Perform-Ability in 2013 as a volunteer.
Miss Niki completed her BA in Psychology and Sociology in 2014, and now works in disability for Ability Links.
Message from Miss Niki:
"I am passionate about inclusion and social change for people with disability. I love dance and think everyone should have the opportunity to try it!"
This year, Miss Niki will take on the role of our events coordinator. There will be many community events for our students to showcase their hard work!
Miss Sheree has completed her teaching qualifications through C.B.A.A in Jazz, Tap and Modern. She also has 22 years of training in Jazz, Tap, Contemporary/Modern, HipHop & Competitive Cheerleading.
What do you love about working with Perform-Ability?
"I get such a thrill seeing my students achieve their personal goals each week. The joy they bring to class and the freindships they make are such a beautiful thing to be a part of."