Meet our Instructors

Do you love Cheerleading, Dance, Acro or Gymnastics?

Our AcroPAD instructors are here to help you achieve your goals.

They travel the UK to deliver incredible workshops using our very own air tracks and air floors for all ages and abilities.

You can also meet them at WORLDWIDE Dance conventions. Over the years AcroPAD Instructors have been at Move IT - London, CYD? UK Regionals, CYD? Super Convention - Liverpool, Move It Shake It, Viva Danca - Portugal, Perform - Ireland.



Daniel moved to London in his early 20s to train as a dancer with a focus on Breaking, or B-Boying. He started at the world famous Ministry of Sound nightclub, where he was a resident for two years. In 1999, at the Millennium party at the Dome, Daniel was one of 50 Ministry of Sound dancers performing in front of more than 50,000 people at the stroke of midnight. From there, Daniel has travelled throughout Europe, performing in front of thousands of people. His dancing credits include dancing for Jamarique, DJ Sonique, Top of the Pops, MTV, MTV Club Tours, the BRIT Awards, X Factor, Cher Lloyd, Cheryl Cole, Plan B and Take That. He’s also been recruited to perform at numerous private, celebrity parties, for stars including Jack Black, Uma Thurman and Italian Prime Minister, Silvio Berlusconi. Daniel has been teaching dance for the past 20 years in many schools across southeast England.


Jack has been coaching for over 9 years in different sectors of sports, dance and fitness. He has experience working with children and guiding them to reach their full potential. Jack started his love for dance at the age of 15 in hip hop, breaking and tricks and continues to enjoy and learn regularly. Jack has been teaching AcroPAD workshops for 4 years now and prides himself in offering the best experience for all attending the workshop.


Taylor has been dancing for 11 years and teaching since the age of 16. He is currently the manager of a world known Tricking Academy - Urbantrix Academy located in the Midlands. Taylor is most known as Taylor Stylez as an up and coming music artist. Credits such as BBC street dance stars, Britain’s Got Talent, Sky Ones Got To Dance and Red Bull Bc One.
Taylor Tours all around the UK with Chance 2 Dance performing on stages like the O2 arena, Birmingham Hippodrome, Blackpool opera house and many more!


Liam Swattridge L.I.S.T.D. trained at Performers College in Essex graduating in July 2014 with a Diploma in dance theatre. He holds his Licentiate qualification in Tap, DDE in Modern and DDI in Ballet. He is also a qualified teacher in Acrobatic Arts. Liam was part of the England team that took part in the IDO World Tap Championships in 2011 and 2012 . He was lucky enough to captain the team in 2012 and brought home silver medals both years. He has also appeared on Sky 1’s ‘Got To Dance’ with Tap Attack where he got through to the semi finals. Liam has performed at Wembley in the FA Cup Final and appeared in the film ‘Cuban Fury’. He was also a feature dancer in the film ‘Make Way’ and took part in the 10 year gala show of Tap attack last year too. Other performance credits also include the ‘ISTD Dinner Dance’, ‘Move It’ and the 'BBC Dance Proms'. His years of teaching experience have taken him all around the UK, including Italia Conti Tunbridge Wells and D&B theatre school to name a couple and he has continued to expand his knowledge by studying for Licentiate Modern and also the Back Handspring and Aerial course with Acrobatic Arts.


Jessica started her gymnastics journey at the age of 3 years old and was then selected for a training squad at the age of 6. From the age of 7 Jessica was competing for the north-west and in her later years of training competed for England. Whilst competing in four-piece/ sports acrobatics/ tumbling and trampolining Jessica gained many titles such as Northwest champion, regional champion, County champion, European champ and British champion. Along with many other titles.

Jessica studied coaching Education at Edge Hill University and has also undergone gymnastics coaching qualifications with British gymnastics and UK gymnastics. Growing up as a gymnast Jessica’s love was tumbling and working floor routines, therefore, went into teaching acrobatics to dancers.

Jessica works closely with many colleges and teaches all over the UK, Scotland and Ireland teaching dancers safe and correct practice when learning acrobatic elements as well as enhancing strength and flexibility through training programmes.

Jessica enjoys teaching at conventions such as Move It and CYD spreading her knowledge within acro.

Jessica Is a world champion acrobatics choreographer. Her group JJ Acrobatics has appeared on BBC1 The Greatest Dancer.