Megan is teaching ballet classes on a Wednesday and Friday.
Megan is a Royal ballet School trained teacher, after completing their two year Diploma of Dance Teaching Course in July 2020. Megan is also a Registered Teacher with the British Ballet Organisation.
Megan first started Ballet at the age of 9 and became a very committed student training 6/7 nights a week. She progressed quickly through her grades until finally passing her Royal Academy of Dance Advanced 2 Exam with Distinction. Megan went on to train full-time at Central School of ballet at age 16, graduating in 2015 with a BA (Hons) in Professional Dance & Performance. During her graduate year at Central Megan took a lead role in Christopher Marnie’s piece, “Scenes from a Wedding” along with dancing in other pieces whilst on tour with Ballet Central. Megan has also worked with Christopher Hampson (Director of Scottish Ballet) Christopher Bruce (Artistic Director of Rambert Dance Company until 2002) and Kit Holder (Birmingham Royal Ballet).
Megan has been an Associate at Central School of Ballet and a Senior Associate at the Royal Ballet School. She was fortunate enough to have also been chosen to attend the Royal Ballet Schools International Summer School at Covent Garden.
Megan joined the teaching team at Georgina Pay School of Dance (GPSD) in September 2015 and has contributed greatly to the student’s learning and joy of dance in this time. Megan teaches Ballet, Contemporary and Jazz at GPSD, whilst also coaching students for the Margot Fonteyn International Ballet Competition and Phyllis Bedells.
Megan will be joining Tring Park School for the Performing Arts, Classical Ballet Academy and she is very much looking forward to starting there in September 2021.
Megan has been involved with Three Counties Youth ballet for their past three seasons (2017-2019) right through from auditions, to teaching daily ballet class during the rehearsal process as well as being the student’s Rehearsal Mistress. Megan has had creative and artistic input with choreography alongside also choreographing an original piece in 2019 called ‘Synergy’.