Instructors

Meet our Team of Dance Instructors


Jacky

FOUNDER & DIRECTOR

Jacky started dancing to Hip Hop in his NUS days under NUS Dance Blast. For more than 10 years, he has coached a few hundred students under his direct tutorship – within his studios, at pre-schools, MOE schools, tertiary institutes, government and private entities. Overtime he has also groomed many of his students to become instructors themselves.

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Ashleigh

INSTRUCTOR

At age 3, Ashleigh started learning Ballet, Drama and Theatric activities at the school ‘The Theatre Practice’. She continued dancing in primary and secondary school, and eventually became Vice-Chairperson of her school’s Traditional Chinese Dance CCA. Throughout this time she did countless school and external performances and also expanded into other genres such as Hip-Hop, Jazz, Modern and Contemporary dance. While in Ngee Ann Polytechnic she joined their Hip Hop Club ‘New Revolving Age’ (NRA).

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Lynette

INSTRUCTOR

Lynette began her dancing journey with Chinese Dance, Acrobatics and Ballet in Primary School. She continued Chinese Dance in Secondary School, and was selected as the lead dancer for the school’s Singapore Youth Festival (SYF) piece in 2011. In order to pursue her dance passion more holistically, she began learning Hip-Hop at DF where she was offered many more performance opportunities. She also has a Grade 6 Hip-Hop Honour under the Australian Teachers of Dancing (ATOD) Syllabus.

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Pink

INSTRUCTOR

Pink started dancing at age 13, as a Chinese dancer in her secondary school. She started taking up classes at DF under Mr Jacky Lim and Orange when she was 16, and was also in Singapore Polytechnic’s dance club Strictly Dance Zone, where she did Modern Dance and also performed for their annual production, ‘Waves 15’. She was also a dancer on a Mediacorp drama series ‘A Tale of Two Cities’.

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Wei Ling

INSTRUCTOR

Wei Ling was exposed to Hip-Hop under Mr. Jacky Lim and was actively involved in the school’s various programmes such as the Overseas Dance Tours to Sydney and Hong Kong.

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Chewy

INSTRUCTOR

Chewy started her dance journey at SP dance club, Strictly Dance Zone (SDZ) at the age of 17, focusing mainly on hip hop, street Jazz and kpop. After graduating, she continued to partake in SIM dance club, Dreamwerkz (DWZ). Throughout these years, she has joined numerous performance and competitions inside and outside of school. Furthermore, she is a dance instructor of SST dance club currently and she has taken up quite a number of dance projects all these years. For example, she choreographed twice for SIM annual dance production, coaching of enrichment programs, helping out in various companies’ dinner and dance and etc.

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Kenneth

INSTRUCTOR

Kenneth first developed interest in dance due to Kpop, which drove him to join New Revolving Age (NRA), Ngee Ann Poly’s hiphop dance club. He later joined SIM Dreamwerkz and became one of the Executive Committee members to lead and nurture the dance club. It has been 9 years since he first started dancing.

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Ridzuan

INSTRUCTOR

Ridzuan first developed his interest in dance in Junior College where he self-learnt and explored Urban Choreography. This further developed his interest to join NUS Dance Blast, where he further ventured into Girls’ Style and Hip Hop. This is also where he became one of the Executive Committee members to lead the dance club and its members. It has been 7 years since he started dancing.

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Sean

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR

Sean started dancing at age 15, beginning with a style called ‘Popping’. He then moved on to other styles of Hip-Hop, and was under direct tutorship of Mr Jacky Lim, the director of DF. Over time he began to compete in various competitions, and became mentor of the group ‘Escape’ which placed in the top 2 for many street dance and K-Pop competitions. He is also the mentor for ‘Gen.Z’ which placed 1st is Pulse Street dance. Sean also currently has few group under his mentorship which he trains for events and competitions.

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Keisha

INSTRUCTOR

With 20 year of dance experience, Keisha is no stranger to the stage. She trained in Classical Indian dance (Barathanatyam) under the tutelage of Usha Rani Maniyam from age 4 up until age 17. At 13 she began learning contemporary dance, street jazz and hip hop upon joining her secondary school’s dance team. She represented her schools in various competitions and was also vice-president of the SAJC dance society in her senior year where her passion for choreography developed.

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Kevin

INSTRUCTOR

Kevin started dancing at age 15. He got the inspiration to dance from his idol, Harry Shum Jr. Beginning with Hip-Hop, he started taking more classes as his interest in dance grew. Having been a fan of K-Pop for a long time, he joined Korea Dance Wave as his CCA in school, and performed for school events such as CCA fair and Emblazon 2014.

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Orange

INSTRUCTOR

Orange started dancing when she was 18. In her polytechnic days, was actively involved in events and joined many competitions such as Suntec Dance Competition 2004, 2005 and 2007, Funkamania 2005-2008, and many others. Her crew also represented Singapore in Melbourne, Australia, for an international dance competition ‘Battlegrounds 2007’, where they were placed fourth. Orange has also gone to Hong Kong for training (exchange program) under Instructor Rico.

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Zhen Yi

INSTRUCTOR

Zhen Yi started dancing at the age of 9 in her primary school’s Chinese Dance CCA. At 16, she started Hip Hop at DF under Jacky Lim and Keisha. She is also currently an active member of NUS Dance Blast.  Click to read more…

Cravis

INSTRUCTOR

Cravis started dancing when he was in Secondary 1; when his school introduced a Dance Educational Program into their weekly timetables. He became interested in B-boying, and started practicing with a group of classmates during recess and after school every day. As Cravis started taking this art form more seriously, he went out of his way to connect and learn from other B-boys. In 2009 he joined Pre Skool Funk where his b-boy journey was taken to the next level.

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Jaydon

INSTRUCTOR

Jaydon started dancing at age 7, as a Chinese Dancer in his primary school and like any other teens, he developed much interest in K-Pop, which drove him to join and be a part of Temasek Polytechnic Dance Ensemble (TPDE) where he focuses mainly on Hip Hop, Street Jazz and K-Pop. He is part of a renowned dance crew in Singapore, Limited Edition SG.

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