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Danns-Ed Technique Classes
All face to face classes are currently cancelled due to Covid-19
However please join us for live Facebook classes. These are free to all our members
WANT TO BE A MEMBER??
- Discounted classes when you purchase a package of 5 classes £20 or 10 classes for £40. Class Cards can be purchased from the teacher.
- Performance and Choreography possibilities
- Discounted Workshops
- First Class FREE when buying a membership
(Class teachers change throughout the year so keep checking back!)
Trishanta Hari-Priya Raman
President / Teacher
Beginner-Advanced: Ballet, Contemporary, Jazz, Commercial, African, Bollywood, Tap.
Trishanta is a South African dancer, teacher and choreographer who started her dance journey with Royal Academy of Dance at Linköpings Balletförening in Sweden at the age of 5. Upon her return to South Africa she took dance as an examinable subject at high school while training in Latin American & Ballroom privately with the Beverly Hammond Dance Institute. Her dance training also includes Jazz, Contemporary, African Dance, and Tap. She matriculated at Crawford College Pretoria in 2014 with Dance Studies as a major subject. Trishanta joined Movement House Dance Company in 2010 and Ziadance company in 2012. She started choreographing in 2010, staging works in schools and in theatres.
She then furthered her dance education at the Tshwane University of Technology where she has completed her National Diploma in Dance majoring in Performance Studies, Composition and Dance Teaching as well as her Baccalaureus Technologiae in Dance majoring in Composition and Dance Teaching (Cum Laude) to complete her qualification with honours.
Trishanta also worked as an assistant dance teacher at Crawford College Pretoria, teaching Dance Studies theory and practical from grade 8-12 and had an internship with the Event Management & Production company espAfrika, where she worked on the Cape Town International Jazz Festival in 2019.
Trishanta is currently living in Edinburgh, where she is the President of Danns-Ed and studying her MSc Dance Science & Education at the University of Edinburgh.
Social Media & Marketing / Teacher
Intermediate/Advanced: Ballet, Contemporary, Lyrical Jazz.
Liron is currently based in Edinburgh, studying towards her Msc in Dance Science and Education at the University of Edinburgh. She was born in Israel, but grow up between Israel and the US. Liron's early training was in rhythmic gymnastics - she made the Israeli national team and participated in both national and international competitions. In 2003 she won the national Israeli title in the group discipline. Liron then started her more intensive training in ballet and contemporary dance at the Thelma Yellin school of arts. Liron has been a dance teacher for over 10 years, teaching a variety of styles, from classical ballet to contemporary, as well as lyrical jazz, and to a range of ages and levels, from 3 year olds to advanced adults. Liron also worked as a freelance dancer in both Tel Aviv and New York, participating in neo-classical as well as contemporary projects. Apart from being a dance teacher, Liron is also a certified Pilates instructor, a yogi and an aerialist. She also has an MA in Clinical Psychology from the University of Haifa, and worked as a clinical psychologist for a couple of years, specializing in teenagers with eating disorders. As a teacher Liron wishes to ignite a spark in all of her students, as she believes dance is about passion.
Suzie Baer is a former dancer with the Minnesota Ballet Company. She is currently based in Edinburgh, working towards her Masters in Dance Science and Education. She has been employed as a ballet teacher in the United States for eleven years and has worked with a wide range of ages and abilities, developing a teaching style that is engaged, supportive, energetic, and creative. Her technique style is mostly a blend of Italian and Russian, with a contemporary focus on breath in movement. In her classes, she tries to build student self-confidence, emphasizing the joy of movement.