Teachers

Kelly Pohl

Starting dance at the age of two, Kelly has over 30 years experience across all forms of dance, though found her passion through Hip Hop dancing where she has danced with and been taught by some of the worlds leading dancers and choreographers. 

Kelly has toured with Andre Fountes ‘Brittany Spears Choreographer’, danced with Tap Dogs, was in the Lead Tap ensemble for Sydney Olympics alongside Adam Garcia and Dean Perry (Bootmen) and has won countless dance championships in both singing and dancing.

Ella Clout

Ella began her dance journey at the young age of 2, exploring a wide variety of dance styles. 

In 2018, she completed a Pre-Professional Dance Course with Dance Editorial, working with choreographers Blake John Wood, Neale Whitaker, Tiana Canterbury, Lauren Blomdahl and Shannon Hsu. In 2019, Ella was a member of WHSPA’s selective contemporary and tap company programs, who both performed at Regional Dance Festival.

Kiara Hicking

Kiara has has been dancing with Dance Trilogy for over 6 years and and doing acro dance for 4 of those years . After working tirelessly over the years perfecting her technique, she is now utilising her vast experience to teach her favourite style, acro dance here at Dance Trilogy.

Lauren Sunley

Lauren began her training at Joanne Grace School of Dance and continued her dancing career with WHSPA. She has performed with The Imperial Russian Ballet Company In their season of ‘The Nutcracker’. After completing her HSC in 2015, she began her Bachelor of Fine Arts (Dance) at The Victorian College of The Arts.

Since being at the college Lauren has worked with choreographers Prue Lang, Sue Healey, Rebecca Hilton, Alisdair Macindoe and Larissa McGowan. Lauren hopes to further explore the possibilities of her art form and fill the gap created within dance, circus, and theatre.

Sarah Coles

Sarah has been dancing for 14 years, having trained at Debbie’s Dance Company and Dynamic Moves Dance Studio before joining the Dance Trilogy family last year. In those 14 years she has done ballet, tap, hip-hop and jazz, although tap is her favourite style. She has danced in eisteddfods around the region for many years, winning numerous solo, duo, trio and troupe trophies.

Sarah has been employed as a professional tap dancer for the past 5 years. She has danced with various groups, including the Tap Dogs in Tap Dogs HQ and Girls On Tap, as well as some industry superstars, such as Nathaniel Hancock, Sam Marks, Ritchie Miller, Sean Robinson, Glenn Wood, Sally Hare and JW Murray.