Friday, September 4th, 2009 - :Kindy Dance Time
Perth based business Kindy Dance Time is not only well recognised here in Western Australia, but is now getting a very warm welcome on the East Coast, waving the flag for other entrepreneurial West Australians.

Over the last few years, under the direction of Lara Gandini, the creative dance programme designed specifically for toddlers and preschoolers has grown from running classes in just 2 locations, to now running in 20 locations throughout Perth, offering 80 classes per week to over 800 students.

However, strong demand in Melbourne, will see Kindy Dance Time expand to the East Coast in early 2010.

Director and Owner of Kindy Dance Time, Lara Gandini is excited about the new opportunities.

“We now have a database of clients waiting for us to open in Melbourne – and that is just people seeing our teacher employment ads,” she said.

“It seems that there is nothing like our programme currently available in Melbourne, or in fact in many places across Australia and the world, and parents over there are desperate to know when we are starting.”

Offering a quality, unique dance programme, Kindy Dance Time has enchanting, age related themes and small age specific classes which engage children and capture their imaginations.

“Our main aim at Kindy Dance Time is to nurture the children’s love of dance and we do that in a structured, yet stress-free environment, and I believe that is what parents and children really value about our programme,” Lara added.

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:Kindy Dance Time

Kindy Dance Time is a unique, creative dance programme aimed specifically at pre-schoolers.It has been carefully created using resources and experience from a number of leading tutors in dance and music, specialising in the early childhood years.

The primary aim of Kindy Dance Time is to encourage the joys of dance and music in young children.

Further details can be found by visiting
Lorelei Campbell, Soapbox Communications
P: 0432163334


West Australian business Kindy Dance Time goes national.


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