Anna Maria Theo
Anna started Ballet classes at the age of 2, she attended many weekly dance classes from a child which included Ballet, Jazz, Musical Theatre and Street Dance. Annas love for dance continued and after receiving a Double Distinction* (D*D*) in GCSE Dance she decided to further her studies at College where she graduated with a Triple Distinction* (D*D*D*) in Performing Arts Dance. After many years of training and performing with various dance groups she followed her true passion and started teaching dance alongside her studies at 17.
Her love for teaching came from assisting classes from the age of 13. She worked her way up within various local companies until she became a full time freelance Dance teacher. After working for many years with other dance companies she decided to follow her true passion and start her own. Growing up in a broken home, her mother found it difficult to pay for dance classes which she found to be professional. Anna wanted to change the stigma of dance schools being ‘expensive’ and wanted to offer professional training at an affordable cost so that it was accessible to all and so in 2015 she did exactly that.
Anna absolutely loves working with children and sharing her passion for dance. She is so proud of every single dancer that attends Impulse and feels blessed to be a part of their dance journeys. She also doesn't understand the meaning of a 'day off' so you'll be sure to meet Anna at any Impulse class.
Mrs Bobby is the most loved by all the children here at Impulse Dance. After working in schools for many years and raising 3 children of her own she is the perfect teacher to have around.
Mrs Bobby is usually the first friendly face you'll meet at Impulse, you can be sure to catch her with a smile, marking the registers and often dancing around in the background.
Richard starting dancing at the age of 13 when he was offered a scholarship to be apart of Pineapple Performing arts. He took part in many performances such as 'Star Power' and 'Move it'. He then went to study Performing arts Dance at City and Islington for two years.
After recieving a full scholarship at the Urdang Academy, he has now completed his 3 years with a 1st BA Hons Degree in Musical theatre and Professional Dance.
Since graduating he has various credits such as:
Wedding Singer (South Korea) Tour , Back To The Future Musical (Workshop).  West Side Story (Leicester Curve Theatre)  and Everyones Talking About Jamie (UK Tour) 
Richard has been teaching our junior street dance class for a number of years now and continues to push and challenge the children as he looks to help them improve and develop their style and love for dance.
Ballet & Musical Theatre Teacher
Kelly has been lucky enough to be performing professionally for a very long time- her first job as a dancer in a Puma Fashion Show just age 5. She can be seen as a puppeteer and show host at Willow’s Activity Farm & The Peter Rabbit Adventure Playground. As well as performing on stage Kelly has been seen on TV in Eastenders, Holby City, The Hoobs, Sadie J, Some Girls and many advertisements including More Than, Tony Robinson Archaeology & McDonald’s. Her film credits are; Annie Darwin in 'Life of Charles Darwin' and Rush 2013.
In 2014, she spent a year working at Disneyland Paris as part of the Character and Parade Department and was the original cast at Chessington World of Adventure's show, 'Pandamonium!' as a puppeteer and actor. Other entertainment credits include In The Night Garden Live!, Mad Science and Professor Pop's Bubble School. She spent her summer 2019, dancing in Rhodes, Greece, and entertaining more than 20,000 holiday makers.
Kelly is the proud owner of Youth Create Does Parties where she plays a wide range of characters and also choreographs the ‘first dance’ for happy couples on their wedding day. With almost 10 years teaching experience in various dance and drama schools across Herts and Essex, she's very excited to be joining the Impulse Team.
Ballet & Street Dance Teacher
Haz attended her studies at London Studio Centre and graduated in 2018. With great knowledge within technical and urban styles she adds her knowledge on fitness, as she moves forward within her studies and explores personal training.
Haz has taught since the age of 16 back in Wales and has taken it further into her career when she moved to London at the age of 18 and has not looked back since. Haz has worked as assistant choreographer under Valentina Dolci and has been lucky to train with many artists such as Joseph Toongah, Lee Griffiths Lets Shine Mentorship, Rhimes Lecointe Artist Hub, Ashton Sands SandBox. Haz also works as a representative of Heels & Feels run by Cherelle Jay.
With a massive passion for creating choreography; her recent work with London Studio Centre Generation’Z directed by Macaulay Nicholson, she looks forward to sharing her knowledge and exploring the students growth within her sessions.
Musical Theatre Teacher
Jasmine trained in musical theatre at Performers College where she was awarded a part scholarship and graduated in 2019. Over Christmas 2018 Jasmine was a principal dancer in Sleeping Beauty Pantomime for UK Productions where she understudied Carabosse, the evil fairy, and got to go on twice for this role.
During college Jasmine played 'Mrs Mears' in Thoroughly Modern Millie, 'Soupy Sue' in Urinetown and Andrew Gomez and various others in The Laramie Project as well as being featured in the colleges annual summer shows 'Livin' on the Edge', Captivated' and '30'. Prior to this she started her professional training at Evolution Foundation College, and was a former member of the UKs best known song and dance troupe, West End Kids where she performed all across the country at various venues including; West End Live, Move it, The Royal Albert Hall and many more.
Jasmine is a qualified ISTD dance teacher, completing DDI training in Tap and Modern. During her training she found her love for teaching through covering classes at the weekends, Jasmine is excited to be continuing her teaching journey with Impulse Dance.
Street Dance Teacher
Macaulay has recently graduated from London Studio Centre and is now becoming a professional choreographer with credits such as music videos for Chloe Höwl ‘Work' and Nonô ‘Million Dollars'.
Macaulay has been trained in a various amounts of urban dance styles and jazz which influences his work for stageS such as Jazz Company ‘Iconic' London Studio Centre and Move It Rhythm Runway Stage.
In January 2020 Macaulay choreographed his own show 'Generation'Z' at the Arts Depot in North Finchley.
Macaulay teaches for Impulse every Thursday evening in Cheshunt. He is also currently training our dance troupe 'Impulse Elite'
Kasey was raised in a household where she was shown that it’s fun to dance. Her Grandad shared the Celtic reel with her when she was just three and so, after that tried many forms of dance such as Ballet and Irish dancing. Kasey wasn’t enjoying her classes and didn’t feel a burning desire to continue so therefore stopped as it started to feel like a burden to her. After three years of dancing at home with the music at full volume, her mums final attempt was to try and enrol Kasey in a more urban field of dance. Finally Kasey found love at Impulse as she feels she’s been given the opportunity to learn all different fields of dance, whilst having the independence and freedom to put her own twist on things. She is now a GCSE student and has been attending Impulse for nearly three years, thankfully she still enjoys every class she attends! Kasey now assists our After School sessions as Firs Farm Primary school and looks forward to helping in class and making the children feel welcomed into the wholesome community of Impulse Dance.