Jacob Yarr – Saturday 22nd September (10am – 11am)
$10 per dancer competing at NZSHHC or $15 for anyone else.
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“Jacob has won numerous world titles including two HHI gold medals and one Dance World Cup Gold Medal.
He started his dance training at 3 years old and has since gathered an expansive range of knowledge by pushing himself in classes, training, competitions and camps.
In 2012 he joined The Palace, and helped train The Royal Family, Duchesses, Misfits and Bubblegum, whilst competing with The Royal Family and Misfits, and teaching regular Advanced Classes. After leaving at the end of 2014 he continued his training by competing at BodyRock, training many New Zealand Hip Hop Crews, starring in the film “Born to Dance” and teaching regular classes not only across the wider range of New Zealand, but also in LA, Dubai and across Australia.
In 2016 he moved to Dubai to perform in the show “Step Up Dubai All In,” as well as teaching regular advanced classes.
Since moving back to New Zealand he has recently won Grounded: Battle of the Arts, won the 3rd place with Sole Fam at Dancers Paradise 2018, choreographed for a Kpop Artist’s and continued his teaching across New Zealand.”
Brenton Andreoli – Monday 24th September (10am – 1pm)
Brenton Andreoli (Australia / Czech Republic)
FISAF World Champion and International coach
Open to all athletes.
$20 per person
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“Brenton is an International FISAF athlete who has won multiple World Championships and Australian titles across Individual, Mixed Pair and Trio.
He has coached FISAF World Champions from both Australia and the Czech Republic, recently returning to Australia after four years coaching the Czech International team.
Brenton is in New Zealand to judge the 2018 National Schools Aerobics Championships, and this is a great opportunity to take your routines to the next level.”