Pamela Tsinaslanidis 


From the beginning, Pamela’s love for dance was like no other. Through years of training and exploring different dance styles, Pamela has begun to develop herself as an artist, teacher and choreographer.

 Pamela has been teaching and choreographing since the young age of 16. She prides herself on training passionate and hardworking dancers at both elite and recreational levels in a safe, creativity-driven and supportive environment. 

Pamela has had the privilege of training under some of Australia’s most credible and renowned artists in the commercial dance industry. As a young dancer, Pamela found her sense of style from artists and teachers such as Samantha Spyrou, Bec Condino, Fetu Taku, Sela Vai and Marielle Pablo. At the age of 18 she went on to train at Ev & Bow Full Time Dance Training Centre where she was introduced to a new world of dance training through the teachings of Sarah Boulter, Lisa Bowmer, Neale Whittaker, Adam Blanch, Jessica Hesketh, Caitlyn Watson, Christine Keith, Karina Hernandez, Cathie Goss, Billy Keohavong, Marko Panzic, Cat Santos, Erin Barney, Stephen Tannos, Lauren Seymore and Matt Antonouci to name a few. After this, Pamela went on to further her knowledge through university-level training at ACPE, where she studied techniques such as Martha Graham and Horton Technique with teachers including Diane Grant, Sue Healey, Patrick Harding-Irmer, Georgette Sofatzis, Liam Berg, Virginia Ferris, Patricia Wood, and Rhiannon Newtown to name a few. 

Pamela’s performance and choreography credits include The Sydney Royal Easter Show, Universal Studios Hollywood, Disneyland California, Triple Menace Studios, YOUnique – Dream Dance Company Show Business Charity Event, The Australian Dance Festival teaching assistant, Bec Condino Contemporary Arts Program (BCCAP), Bridal party choreography, Channel 7 Sunrise, D.E.F.Y X B.A.B.E, NRL West Tigers Game, ACPE and Various Concept & Promotional Videos. 

Pamela Tsinaslanidis is an artist driven by a raw passion for dance, teaching and choreography and is constantly striving to better herself in these fields. Pamela is currently employed with Triple Menace Studios and The McDonald College, where she teaches Lyrical, Contemporary, Hip Hop, Progressing Ballet Technique, Progressing Contemporary Technique and Contemporary Tumbling.