Rebecca Reid (AISTD)
Teaching – Ballet, Jazz, Tap, Acro and Contemporary
Becca has been dancing since she was 3 years old. In 2007 she was selected to represent New Zealand at the World Scholar Athlete Games in Rhode Island specialising in dance. She graduated from the Apollo Theatre School in 2009 with a Certificate in Preparatory Dance.
At the Apollo Theatre School Becca studied ballet, tap, jazz, contemporary, singing, drama, nutrition, anatomy and pilates. In 2010 she became a qualified Zumba instructor, instructing in Glenfield, Sunnynook and Birkenhead. Becca obtained her I.S.T.D Associates teaching qualification in 2012 with a very high level of achievement. Becca then obtained her I.S.T.D Associates Diploma teaching qualification in 2016 again to a high level of achievement. Becca is also trained in Acrobatic Arts achieving Module 1 Certification in 2017, Aerial and Back handspring in 2018 and Module 2 in 2023.
Becca has danced professionally for the Apollo Theatre Company, Ritz Event Entertainment, The Greenhithe Theatre Company and Kim Santarelli Dance Acadamy. This year you can see Becca perform in 42nd Street with SCAT in May. She started teaching at the age of 14 as an assistant teacher and became a full time teacher in 2010.
In 2012 she founded Dance Pointe Performing Arts. Becca enjoys interacting with children and loves teaching all aspects of dance and performing arts. She looks forward to another wonderful year working with the talented children at Dance Pointe Performing Arts.
Pre School Saturday and Relief Teacher
Jess has been dancing since she was 3 years old in various styles. Jess is currently learning Ballet, Jazz, Tap and Contemporary. Jess has been helping teach the Pre-School students at Dance Pointe for 5 years. Jess represented Dance Pointe at Northwest in 2016, 2017, 2018 and 2019 as well as at the opening of the Hobsonville Point Rifle Range Amphitheater in 2017.
Jess is looking forward to working with the younger students again this year her bubbly personality and love for dance filters off on the students.