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Dance Teachers

Nancy Lo


Originally from Taiwan, Nancy had a passion for dance since the age of 4, beginning her skills within Ballroom and Latin arts, conquering many competitions and championships by her teens.  In the year 2000, Nancy visited Argentina infused with beautiful culture and a newfound love of Argentine Tango.  Through years of study and practice she has mastered the art bringing forward new challenges and incorporating her own styles and moves.  She is trained in Contemporary, Contemporary Ballet, and Flamenco and has furthered her skillet choreographing in Theatrical Productions.  Currently, Nancy is branching her experiences academically in the University of Surrey with intensive Dance courses.

Nancy’s legacy continues, her vision reaches out bringing communities together sharing her love and passion for the sport.  Organising non-profit events and shows for all age groups to participate, such as Wheel Chair dance, Music Fitness and activities for Children with disabilities, training others to reach their goals and dreams.

Depi Gorgogianni

She is a Dancer, Dance Teacher and Movement Director. She led contemporary dance and movement classes at The Place, Royal Central School of Speech & Drama, Arts Ed, East 15 and university departments in the UK. As a dancer she has worked with the choreographers Jorge Crecis, Polly Bennett, Adrian Look, Jo Meredith, David Lakein and Mariela Nestora being a former member of her company YELP. She is a former member of Vertebra Theatre Ensemble. She holds an MA in Movement Studies from Royal Central School of Speech & Drama. In 2016 she was selected to attend JVIntensive with Jasmin Vardimon Company.  Depi trained in Contemporary Dance and Ballet at Rallou Manou Professional Dance School in Athens.


Evgeniia Erofeeva


Originally from Russia has been studying Ballroom and Latin American dancing for over 15 years. She is a member of the Dance Sport Federation of Russia since 2006 as well as a member of the British Dance Council since 2018. She has been the winner of numerous Russian tournaments, as well as a semi-finalist and participant in many international competitions in Russia and England. Evgeniia has also taken part in many shows in London.

Apart from Ballroom and Latin American dancing, she has also been taught the basics of classical choreography taking some lessons with the prima ballerina of the Bolshoi Theatre Anastasia Isaeva.

Currently, Evgeniia is a BA(Hons) dance student at the University of Surrey(Guildfrod School of Acting) developing herself as a universal dancer, learning a contemporary dance.

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