postheadericon Natalie Bazun-Coates (Principal)

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  • Ballet
  • Tap
  • Jazz
  • Bridal Dance 
  • Rhythm Tap
  • Pilates

natalie_danceNatalie has been the principal of Rhythmic Moves School of Dance & Performing Arts for the past twenty-eight years and is enthusiastic about every facet of the performing arts. Natalie has studied Ballet, Tap, Rhythm Tap, Jazz, Ballroom, Latin and Drama with a number of teachers in the Illawarra, at Sydney Dance Company, under EDTA Founding Director Daphne MacDonald as well as completeing a Bachelor of Creative Arts at University of Wollongong. In 2013, Natalie added another string to her bow and became a certified Pilates Matwork Instructor. Natalie is a highly sought after guest teacher having taught around the world from the Melbourne International Tap Festival to Bremen, Germany.

She has worked professionally as a choreographer, stage manager, lighting designer and performer - including appearing in Gil Stroming’s Break The Floor on Broadway, New York.  In recent times, Natalie was Choreographer for Les Miserables (2022), Sweeney Todd (2021), Jekyll & Hyde (2018), Wicked (2017), Hair (2016), Associate Choreographer for The Addams Family (2015), Choreographer for The Phantom Of The Opera (2014), Carousel (2013), Assistant Choreographer for Footloose (2012) & A Chorus Line (2011) and Choregrapher for The Last Eisteddfod (2007) and The Producers (2008) for the Arcadians.

Natalie is known for her fun filled high-energy classes and her dedication to her students of all ages. She aims to be a positive role model for her students and looks forward to continuing to share her love for Pilates and the performing arts with all her students in the future.


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Ania Deutscher





Ania has been dancing for over 30 years, fusing her past training in jazz, tap, funk and hip hop into her classes. Her style is fresh and energetic, with a focus on ‘feeling’ the music.


 For the past two years Ania has been teaching tap in Bremen, Germany as well as attending numerous tap festivals around the world where she continues to train alongside the tap masters. She looks forward to getting her students' feet tapping to the beat.




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