Tennealle Johnson-Roll

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Tennealle first started dancing in all dance styles at the age of 3. She studied full-time classical ballet & contemporary under the teaching of Tanya Pearson and Marie-Walton-Mahon. She gained a Diploma in Dance Performance from the National College of Dance in 2008. 

The next year she moved overseas to the Uk where she obtained a Bachelor of Dance Performance at The Scottish School of Contemporary Dance and was also able to tour new works by several choreographers around the country. In 2011 she moved to London on a part scholarship to gain her Masters in Dance Performance. Here she danced with Transitions Dance Company touring new works created by prominent European choreographers around Europe and the UK. She also worked with Tom Bowes Dance Company and Underhand Dance Company whilst in the UK, as well as performing live on television for the BBC. 

She moved back to Australia in 2013 and has been teaching ballet, contemporary, lyrical and choreography ever since. She is also certified in teaching Progressing Ballet Technique, an exercise based approach to solidifying dancers technique designed by Marie Walton Mahon. This year she will also graduate with a Diploma in Dance Teaching Studies under the Royal Academy of Dance.