Brooke Henderson 

Principal & Studio Owner
Brooke began her dance training at the age of six at Glen Street Studios under the guidance of Janece Graham, Tanya Pearson, Hassan Sheta and Sandra Brown, in all aspects of dance and later moving into Drama and Voice. She then completed a full time Advanced Diploma in Performing Arts with David Atkins' Dynamite Studios in 1996, covering all aspects of Musical Theatre, and was awarded "Most Outstanding Student" in Tap Dance upon graduation.

In 1997 Brooke attended the Brent Street Studios Performing Arts Course, where she was taught by the likes of Jason Coleman, Kelley Abbey, Jane Beckett, Cameron Mitchell & Jacqui Howard, and it was later that year that Brooke successfully auditioned for Dein Perry's "Steel City" as the youngest female cast member at just 17 years of age. After a successful Australian Tour, Dein flew the cast to New York City where they performed at the world renowned Radio City Music Hall on Broadway. Upon her return from New York, Brooke immediately began rehearsing for Dein Perry's film "Bootmen".

Her television appearances include: The 1995 telecast of Carols in the Domain, The Kerri-Anne Show, Hey Hey its Saturday, The Today Show NBC New York City, Channel 7's The Morning Shift with 
Jackie O, Tap Dance Segment on Sarvo - Nickelodeon, Morning's with Kerri-Anne 2004. 

In 2000, Brooke created her own Dance Company "Groove On Tap" choreographing for and performing at numerous major events in Sydney including The Variety Heart Awards 2001, Yamaha Launch 2000, Jeans West Australian Promo 2001, NRL Grand Final Luncheon 2001, New Years Eve 2002 at Cafe Sydney, St. Vincent's Hospital Celebrity Auction at Sydney's International Passenger Terminal 2003, Multiplex Christmas Function at Luna Park 2003, just to name a few.

In 2006 Brooke was approached to choreograph and present a children's DVD for the ABC, teaching children of all ages Hip Hop, Tap, Ballet & Modern. The DVD "Dance Dance Dance" is sold in all ABC stores Australia wide and online.

Before Brooke opened her school in 2007 she was previously teaching at The Sydney Dance Company for 7 years and was a well sought after dance teacher and choreographer on the Northern Beaches.

Brooke has been a dedicated dance teacher for more than 15 years, many of her students have gone on to dance in professional shows and contemporary companies. Many marvel at the high standard and professionalism Brooke achieves with her students, the success of her school reflects the passion and love she has for her students and for dance.