Rebecca started her dance education at the age of three at the Grosvenor House School of Dancing, Rugby, under the tutelage of her inspirational teacher Sylvia Lorden. Knowing from a young age that she wanted to become a ballet teacher, Rebecca won a place at the prestigious Royal Academy of Dance and embarked on the three-year full time ballet education degree. After successfully completing her degree, she also achieved her Licentiate of the Royal Academy of Dance which is the highest teaching accolade the Academy has to offer. Since graduating in 2008, Rebecca has taught in a number of ballet schools across London, as well as setting up her own classes at a private sports club. She has tutored many students through their graded ballet examinations with a 100% pass rate and has also mentored student teachers on their teaching placements for the Royal Academy of Dance.
Lizzi began her dance training in the Isle of Man under the instruction of Janette Alexander, Pippa Salter and Mari-Louise Britz. She continued her training at the Royal Academy of Dance headquarters in London, gaining first class honours in the BA Ballet Education degree and a distinction in the Licentiate of the Royal Academy of Dance qualification. Additionally, she was awarded the Philip Nind award for her undergraduate dissertation, as well as becoming the inaugural recipient of the Rachel Cameron prize for the Karsavina syllabus. Lizzi has taught and assisted in a variety of London-based dance schools.