Aspire is a friendly dance school based in various locations in the Norwich area. Our primary aim is to enjoy dance and give you the opportunity to learn the latest moves to the newest chart music. We appreciate the small things; we care about each individual and promote a friendly attitude throughout our classes.
We offer a variety of activities throughout the year from regular classes in street, contemporary and ballet, summer programs and educational workshops. We also perform regularly in Norfolk and further afield throughout the year.
There are classes and courses for all ages/abilities and backgrounds. All our staff are professionally trained and have worked within the dance and performing arts industry.
Founder of Aspire Dance
Amy started dancing when she was three years old; her passion has always been dance. She started out being a cheerleader for Norwich City football club.
She attended City College Norwich and gained a BTEC National Diploma in Performing Arts. Amy continued her training at the Urdang Academy in London for a further three years, training in street/jazz/contemporary/ballet and tap and many more genres of dance. However her main passion has always been street. She then went on to gain DTLLS teaching qualification.
Amy has worked successfully for many years, her credits include: The Milan Fashion Show, Dancer for Status Quo, ITV, Pizza Hut, Cheerleader for the famous Pineapple Studios, Peter Stringfellow’s grand opening, Mercedes Benz, Wonder Bra and a number of music videos.
Choreography has always been a major part in Amy’s life, she has been lucky enough to choreograph many events including artist showcases at Madame Jo Jo’s and The Soho Review Bar in London, Norwich Puppet Theatre, Christmas light switch on for supporting artists around Diversity.
Amy has been teaching for many years both in Norwich and London. She has taught at the Marylebone Ballet School in London, Centre Stage School and she is currently employed as a lecturer at City College Norwich.
Amy’s aim in life is to pass on her knowledge and passion for dance onto the next generation of dancers that will change and shape the future of dance.