Elleen Davids directs Eternity Performing Arts. Leyvaine and Elleen Davids founded Eternity in 2010 with the support of C3 church. Elleen is a trained Jazz and Hip Hop teacher.She has completed all her jazz levels through NZAMD (New Zealand Association of Modern Dance). Elleen oversees all the exams which are sat through qualified NZAMD examiners. She teaches the exam jazz classes, adults hip hop and our famous boys hip hop class. She has been dancing for over 20 years in a range of genres like Hip Hop, Jazz, Ballet and Lyrical. Before moving to Auckland she founded “El-lean Back School of Dance” in Feilding, which was a school of 150 students. She loves to dance.Elleen believes dancing is a way to increase confidence, meet new friends, express yourself and just to have fun.
Tamzin Naicker has a strong passion for dancing, her natural choreographic style is a Hip-Hop/Contemporary mixture. She started cheerleading going into high school but quickly opened up to all dance opportunities such as Bollywood, Jazz and Hip-Hop troupes.
Her love for dance has carried her through onto studying for two years at Unitec, towards a Performing and Screen Arts degree, majoring in Contemporary dance. She has had experience in teaching Bollywood, Hip-Hop and Contemporary at Diocesan school for girls, Kristin school, Ormiston sinior college and Marist college for the past four years.
Natalia began teaching with us as an assistant in younger classes.This allowed her to build her confidence and create new opportunities to teach on her own. Natalia has been dancing for 11 years now and this will be her 3rd year teaching. She has sat NZAMD Jazz exams grade 3, 4, 5 and pre elementary as well as NZAMD Hip Hop exams grade 2, 3, 4 and 5.
By being involved within Eternity Performing Arts, Natalia has developed a greater passion and love for dance, she is very excited to teach remix 2 and hip hop junior this year.
Aimee Robinson has been dancing since the age of four, having danced in the disciplines of Jazz, Hip Hop, Contemporary and ballet. She started dancing at Eternity Performing Arts in 2010, and teaching within the company from 2014. This year Aimee will be teaching the NZAMD syllabus in Jazz Elementary, Contemporary Beginner (Grade 1), and Contemporary Intermediate (Grade 3). Aimee has been sitting NZAMD exams since 2011 in both Hip Hop and Jazz, this year she will be completing her Advanced Jazz exam, in hopes of completing her NZAMD solo seal in the future.
This year Aimee will be in her first year of study at the University of Auckland, studying a bachelors of dance; with hopes to take her studies into further choreography, teaching and neurological research. Through her involvement within Eternity Performing Arts, Aimee has developed a greater passion for dance, in being enabled opportunities to teach, compete and perform. She aims to bring a positive atmosphere to each class, and challenge students in their approach to dance. Aimee is looking forward to the year ahead and is grateful for the opportunity to teach within Eternity Performing Arts this year.
Megan has been dancing with Eternity since 2011, she started out in Jazz and progressed into Hip Hop as she increased her confidence and love for dance. She started as an assistant in the younger classes and then progressed to teaching her own students which she has done since 2015.
Megan has been involved with teaching a range of ages and abilities which has helped her to gain and consistently improve her confidence in teaching a class. Seeing her students succeed in their exams and watching them perform onstage has been so fulfilling over the years and she is excited for a big year of improvement and lots of fun with her students.