Zofia Helfer

Zofia’s adventure with dance began when she was twelve years old. Very soon, she joined a professional hip-hop crew “Style Addicted” and won some big dance competitions in 2008, 2009 and 2010. She even featured a popular singer during his live performances.

When she turned seventeen Zofia became a dance teacher delivering various street dance classes and workshops to children, teenagers and adults. She is enjoying it ever since and on her way she got a lot of teaching experience abroad giving regular classes at dance schools in Germany, Poland and the UK. On top of that Zofia was a main organizer of a number of successful dance camps for teenagers.

For many years now she is deep into raggae/dancehall, constantly developing her technique and choreographic skills, learning from the best during workshops and masterclasses all over the world. Recently she danced in a videoclip for a dancehall artist and won an award for the best video with a dancehall performance.

Zofia is a talented teacher with over a decade of experience. Apart from loving her classes Zofia’s former students are proud winners of regional and national dance competitions. And being a paediatric physiotherapist as well as a dance teacher Zofia especially enjoys working with kids and teens and knows exactly how to deliver a safe and whole-body dance experience and broadening her scope thanks to ballet and jazz.

Louise Flores

My son has been taking piano and guitar lessons for more than a year. He loves his teachers and I can tell that they really care about my kid too. Your music school is wonderful and I highly recommend.

Louise Flores / parent
Diana Jones

The school has everything that children need for successful study: textbooks, daily assignments, planner, notebooks, music sheets, a staff who are very nice and kind, and ready to help at any time.

Diana Jones / parent
Martin Wood

I am most grateful that my son's guitar teacher not only makes learning fun and shares his knowledge, but his passion for music as well. I could not have found a better place for him to learn guitar.

Martin Wood / parent