Our next hirer to face the introduction questions is Siobhan from Rince Ryan Irish Dancing! Irish Dancing classes run at Julie’s Dance on Wednesday evenings!
Hiya! Would you mind introducing yourself with a fun fact?
Hi I am Siobhan from Rince Ryan Irish Dancing! I live in Brighton and have a little doggie named Ben! He is a rescue and he’s 1
Awww sweet! Pictures for the next blog please! Apart from Irish Dancing and doggie cuddles, what do you get up to?
My full time job is a live producer!
Woah bit different there then! How exciting! Now a couple of questions to get to know a bit more about you… What kind of music do you like?
Jazz & Swing
And favourite food?
Thai food, yum.
Yum! Now, moving back to JDStudio… What do you offer at the studio?
I run Irish Dancing classes for children and adults. I teach competition style solo dancing to children. Our adults learn both solo dancing and team Ceili
Awesome! And who can come along to your classes?
Children aged 4+ and adults. Complete beginners and advanced.
What are the benefits? Why choose Irish Dancing?
Irish Dancing is highly technical. It is a high energy dance form, requiring great strength, control and determination.
Why did you choose Julie’s Dance Studio as a location to run the classes?
We always wanted to have a studio, and Julie's is a great community and spot for our classes. We have been doing classes here since September 2016
What sets Julie’s Dance Studio apart from other locations?
Julie is infectious, and we feel like we're part of a bigger dancing family.
Awh that’s lovely to hear! Can you tell us about a fun story that happened at the studio?
I had to bring my doggie to class once as he had no one to look after him, and he loved it so much that he just stood in the middle of the studio just like he was the teacher!
Haha what a sweetie! Is there anything else you would like to add? Any messages?
We love new faces, so drop me a line if you are interested in joining. :-)
Thanks so much for chatting to us today! Can you give our blog readers a quick Irish dancing goodbye?
Slán go fóill (Goodbye for now)
Staff and students of Julie's Dance Studio, based in Sholing, Southampton.