Ann Culley
  Anne started dancing at the age of 3 and danced competitively, gaining the highest grade as a medallist in Classical Sequence and Ballroom and Latin. She began her career as a dance teacher at the age of 14 and in 1980 she opened her own dance school in Nottinghamshire, namely the Ann Culley School of Dance.
Since 1999, Anne has taught at City-Limits, teaching all grades from beginners upwards, including coaching those wishing to train for careers as professional dancers and as dance teachers.
Anne is a Fellow and Examiner of the IDTA (since 1987) in Ballroom, Latin, Classical Sequence and Freestyle. She travels extensively around Great Britain and abroad as a coach and examiner.
Alison Walker
 
Alison started dancing at the age of nine, learning Ballroom, Latin American, Old Time and disco dancing. She was one of her dance school’s star performers, regularly winning the school’s “Highest Marks Shield”. After completing her exams in 1985, she started teaching at City-Limits.

Alison is passionate about teaching and enjoys being involved in the choreography of dance routines for competitions, shows and exams in Rock ‘n’ Roll, Cheerleading and Freestyle dance. She has also done lecture work at the IDTA teacher’s congress in London and Blackpool.

After a break from teaching at City-Limits, Alison has recently started teaching Rock ‘n’ Roll and Zumba®. She really enjoys choreographing the routines, which incorporate some of her Latin dance knowledge.

 

Joanne Armstrong

Joanne has been dancing since the age of 3 and was a successful medallist and competitor. She was awarded the prestigious John Dilworth Award by the IDTA for being the outstanding candidate in a professional examination from a total of some 200 entrants. She has taught Ballroom, Latin American, Old Time and Sequence dancing for 20 years to all ages and abilities.
 

She has entered candidates for examinations and for medallist competitions and has achieved excellent results for her students. She has also adjudicated medallist competitions.
Ruth Estrella-Pinto
  Ruth started dancing at the age of 6 and in her teens she decided to move into teaching. She trained with the Thompson School in Rotherham, where she first qualified as a teacher with the British Ballet Organisation (BBO). Following a short period gaining experience as a professional dancer, she went on to study Performing Arts at Leicester Polytechnic (now De Montford University).

Subsequent training has led to further teaching qualifications with the RAD and IDTA. After living and teaching overseas for a few years, she settled in Sheffield, where she currently teaches ballet and tap to children and adults at City-Limits.


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