Stacey is the principal teacher of SMB Dance. Stacey has been dancing and performing since the age of 4, after leaving school she trained and completed a three year professional dance and teachers of dance course at Preston Dance College, UK.

Stacey has been a dance teacher for a number of successful dance schools in the UK and New Zealand having her Associate IDTA Modern Jazz and Freestyle qualification.

She has performed in and choreographed numerous professional dance shows,UK. She has completed advanced grades in ISTD Tap, Ballet, Modern, Jazz and National Dance. Also RAD Ballet and IDTA Freestlyle, Cheerleading and Street Dance.

Stacey has had a very successful dance school in New Zealand and is now growing SMB Dance in the UK.

She has a passion for teaching and enjoys watching her students progress within the dance schools. Her end of year shows are always a huge success, and she strives to get the best results from each and every student making classes fun, friendly and exciting.


Toni-Leigh has been dancing for 13 years and teaching for 7 of them. She has worked all over the country with students from 5 Years to Adults, providing dance workshops and projects.

She has taught in many differnt venues including high schools, established dance schools, youth and leisure centres. Toni-Leigh has put together many successful showcases and performances.

She studied performing arts dance at Siena Simon college, Manchester. She has performed at Manchester's Academy, Apollo, The Dance House Theatre, and many other Manchester venues.

Being experienced in Street/Commercial Dance Toni-Leigh has a strong passion for dance and enjoys teaching and watching her students grow and progress, aswell as gaining confidence and performance skills.


Licentiate Qualified IDTA Dance Teacher
BA (HONS) Dance and Aerial Performance Graduate
Arts Award Advisor for Discover & Explore
DBS Certified
First Aid Trained

Amy teaches Ballet, Contemporary, Gymnastic Dance, Theatre Craft and Tap at SMB Dance.

Along with her work at SMB, Amy works as a dance artist providing dance sessions to community groups and to primary and secondary schools.

Amy strives to share her passion with the next generation of dancers and enjoys seeing her students progress and achieve.


Lauren's passion for dancing began at the age 4 when she took her first Ballet & Tap classes at a local dance school in Macclesfield. From there Lauren went on to pass numerous BBO, IDTA, ISTD and RAD examinations.

At the age of 11 Lauren was accepted as an associate student at The Urdang Academy in London, where she trained in all aspects of dance and musical theatre. She went on to gain a place as a British Ballet organisation Jazz scholar where she continued her training until at 16 Lauren was accepted onto a 3 year full time professional dance course at Northern Ballet School in Manchester, where she graduated with a trinity college diploma in professional Dance.

After graduating in 2012 Lauren was lucky enough to be offered a job with a production company performing in shows and events on cruise ships all over the world. Each contract would mean 9 new shows, including Broadway/west end reviews, pop dance shows, circus shows, Magic shows and many more. Between contracts Lauren would always love to come home to teach classes and workshops.

Lauren shares her passion for dance with all ages whether it be for fun, to keep fit or make a career.