Kate Evans is a highly sought after educator in the international dance, acrobatic and aerial
industry. Featured as a master teacher for Rhee Gold’s Dance Life, Acrobatic Arts, Aerial Arts and
Alixa Flexibility, she believes in promoting safe dance practice and empowering and educating the
future generation of dancers and teachers alike.
Kate Evans commenced her training at the age of 2 under the guidance of Maria Shanks in all
genres of performing arts, completing examinations in ballet (RAD), jazz, tap, theatrical and ballet
Following this she attained her Certificate IV in Performing Arts at Brent Street Studios (Sydney)
whilst also completing a Bachelor of Psychology at QUT.
With an appreciation of individuality and uniqueness Kate’s mission is to empower students and
teachers alike to achieve their goals and facilitate safe dance, acro and aerial practice. With a
background in Medical Science, Kate uses her knowledge from this field to bring injury
prevention, whole body health and longevity of the dancer to the forefront of the performing arts
Kate’s passion for providing equal opportunity, extensive and educated training led her to pursue
an array of teaching qualifications including: Comdance Diploma’s in; Modern Jazz, Tap, Classical
and Theatrical, RAD; Certificate in Ballet Teaching, Acrobatic Arts; Module 1, 2 and 3, AcroDance
Pre-School, AcroDance Certified Competition Adjudicator and Aerial Arts, Alixa Flexibility; Module
1, 2, 3, 4 & 5 as well as many other certifications.
Kate is now honoured to share her wealth of knowledge and inspire teachers and students
globally as a course conductor for Acrobatic Arts, Aerial Arts and Alixa Flexibility and examiner for
Acrobatic Arts, Aerial Arts and Comdance.