In the same way that "It takes a village to raise a child", it takes a variety of awesome teachers to build a confident & well rounded, dancer. I have worked with each of our guest teachers personally and they have a huge amount of life and dance experience to bring to you. I'm excited for you to learn from them all!

Mimi Smithson

Let's Go Super Power: Providing boundless energy

Mimi is a fun loving, outgoing and positive teacher who has gained a wealth of knowledge from her training at the Brit school and Performers College. She is now working in the industry as a professional dancer and actress.

In her class you can expect a high vibe atmosphere, focusing on performance, confidence and self expression.

Amy Russell

Let's Go Super Power: Making you smile

I started dancing at 6 years old training in all styles of dance, and more specifically Street Dance.

At 15, I joined a crew that enabled me to perform all around the country including at the Royal Albert Hall 3 times, and touring the UK 4 times in venues like the O2 and Manchester Arena.

I wanted to share my love of dance and give to people what my teachers had given to me, so I qualified as a street dance teacher and have now been teaching for 6 years.

Luke Roberts

Let's Go Super Power: Building your confidence

Professional Dancer Luke Roberts has a unique style and huge love for Street Dance.

His passion as a Dancer has led to performing on 5 UK arena tours as the designated dance captain, performing alongside Alexandra Burke, Tony Hadley & Ruti (Winner of The Voice) to name a few.

Luke has a huge passion for teaching others and enjoys spreading his love for dance.

Jenny Bramley

Let's Go Super Power: Creating epic pieces

Performed on two UK arena tours, spent 5 years running Urban Strides Junior Crew & creating atmospheric & dramatic pieces that have had a huge amount of success!

Leah Brown

Let's Go Super Power: Making you believe in yourself

Since graduating from Performers College, Leah has developed a large passion for teaching alongside her performance work.

Leah is also a mindful personal trainer which means she has a great understanding of how mind and body work together which is a great asset to our team.

Leah likes to make her classes fun and a safe place to learn, grow and be encouraged!

Eden Ousby

Let's Go Super Power: Bringing your performance to life

Credits include: X Factor (ITV) Little Big Shots (ITV), All About The Mckenzies (ITV), Big School (BBC). Eden has competed at a high level of Street Dance across the UK & Scotland, with renowned east London Hip Hop crew IMD Legion created by choreographer Omar Ansah-Awuah, MOVE IT (Excel London), Avant Garde Presents Collabo (Stratford Circus Arts Centre), I AM BAD (02 Indigo Greenwich) & More!

Teaching classes in hip hop, commercial and heels Eden loves the community at Let’s Go and is very grateful to be a part of the team!

Rachel McKellow

Let's Go Super Power: Making you feel sexy

Trained at London Studio Centre, danced with AJ Tracey, behind the Pet shop Boys at the Royal Opera House, performed with Davido at the O2 and did a world tour with Bring Me the Horizon.

Jessica May-Simmons

Let's Go Super Power: Making the camera love you

Jessie Trained at Performers college on the 3 year MT course, since graduating she has worked in various roles on stage and screen. She is represented by 33 Artist management.

She teaches at many local schools and also has her own adult classes.

Her credits include jobs such as Aylesbury pantomime for the last 3 years, dancing on This Morning, Working on BBC comedy Wannabe and an AD for bumble.

Mademoiselle Ginger

Let's Go Super Power: Bringing Disco FEEEEVER

Ginger aka Mademoiselle Ginger started dancing at the age of 7 when she moved from France to London. Starting with Ballet, Tap, Modern and later Street Dance, she discovered Waacking in 2009 and became a founding member of The Waacktitioners, the UK’s first crew dedicated to the style. 

Through Waacking, Ginger found her passion for teaching and performing, and has become known for her irresistible energy and dramatic style both on stage and in the studio. A tenacious battler, she has also competed on home turf as well as in Europe and the US, earning a notable collection of titles along the way. 


As if she wasn't busy enough teaching (Waacking and Ballet), battling and performing, Ginger is also the creator and producer of the pioneering international, multi-style dance spectacle, Waack Date, as well as multiple video projects and most recently the #binballetpink movement. She also has the longest running weekly Waacking class in the UK at Studio K. 

You’ll know Mademoiselle Ginger when you see her: she’s vivacious, passionate and always in a heel!