At Dancers Edge,  

we  strive to provide high quality and affordable dance classes to children and adults in a non-competitive and social environment.

Our classes allow students to build self-esteem, confidence, leadership skills and most important to have fun! 


Don't let dancing become a sport that is to expensive, we believe every child should experience the joy of dance this is why we provide flexible & affordable classes with qualified teachers in a relaxed & safe environment. 




We are known for our fun and safe dance classes with fully qualified teachers offering all styles of dance for ages 3 & up. All our teachers have a Working with Children’s Check and are fully qualified to teach safe dance. Each teacher is advanced in the style they have been designated and continues to update their knowledge in their field. This makes our classes fun, modern and allows our students to be comfortable, grow confidence as well as making forever long friendships. 


     We have had students go on to study dance teaching as well as students being accepted into full time dance programs 


Stephanie Keil




Stephanie is the principle and a teacher at Dancers Edge. Stephanie has been dancing since the age of 5 doing all styles of dance. She received the Young Ballerina award for the Australian Academy of Dancing in 2001. She has also competed with success in many competitions including winning a choreographic championship in 2007. Stephanie completed VCE and VET dance in her high school years obtaining top marks being chosen as one of the top dancers and performed in the season of excellence. Stephanie has completed a Diploma in Dance Teaching and Management, a certificate III in fitness is first aid trained and a member of Acrobatique ( acro dance syllabus). She has been teaching children and adults for 7 years and has developed a love for movement. Stephanie loves passing her passion of dance onto her students and guiding them in becoming the best possible dancer they can be. 

Taylah king - assistant to the principle

Student teachers

Lauren price


Ally Holden