Natalie began her training at the Kym Barnett School of Dance and began teaching at a young age, gaining her a wealth of experience. She has completed all her teaching qualifications with the ADA Australasian Dance Association under the guidance of some amazing teachers including Mandy Noble and Frances Fontana, both ADA Examiners, and achieved the highest results attainable.
She completed her Ballet training with the Ceccehetti Classical Ballet Society and during this time also graduated from the University Of New South Wales with a Combined Double Degree in Bachelor of Commerce and Science, majoring in Actuarial studies and Maths.
She has always had a passion for music and dance having performed in musicals, competitions, cheerleading for St George Illawarra Dragons and many promotional events. Natalie is currently teaching all levels of ADA Tap and Jazz as well as performance classes at The McDonald College, Tammy Worth Academy of Dance and the Australian Dance and Drama Company. She often travels interstate to give workshops.
In May of 2013, Natalie was delighted to be accepted as a member of the Australasian Dance Association Examining Board, moving her to the next chapter in her dance career.
Natalie takes pride in her teaching quality and standard, and aims to instil in her students the discipline, knowledge and enjoyment that dance brings to their life.