Hi! My name is Jenny
I am the principal teacher at Dance Mount Isa.

We Care About You and Your Kids!

Dance Mount Isa cares about having a positive impact on our students – we offer inspiring and fun dance classes in a welcoming and nurturing environment!
Are you looking for an activity that your kids are excited about, where they can develop connections and make life-long friends, and where they can have fun while building self-confidence?
…at Dance Mount Isa, we understand how it feels to want the best for the people you love.
Our teaching team have years of experience teaching dance and they are committed to making sure your kids are kind and confident people overflowing with self-belief!

Say goodbye to:

Unmotivated kids who don’t get enough movement, who are lacking coordination, strength and balance, and who don’t believe in themselves.

Book into Dance Mount Isa, and say hello to:

A place where every student is taught about their unlimited potential, where kids are inspired to be kind, courageous, confident, and successful!

Our Promise to You

  • No Pressure
  • No Stress
  • No Hidden Costs
What People Say
Such beautiful teachers who get our girl really involved with doing dance. We look forward to our Saturdays with Miss Jorja and would recommend Dance Mt Isa to anyone wanting to look for a good Dance school
Ellena Halliday

I love the low-pressure, energetic classes, perfect for my young one who needs help to settle and stay focused!
Jillian Seymour

Joined the Adult Dance-Fit "Old Skool" class and had a ball. Had fun, learned some new moves, and made some new friends. Was a great set of classes, thank you.
Sue Wicks


All classes at Dance Mount Isa are held at the Anglican Church Hall, 3 Station Street in Mount Isa (next to PCYC).



Term 1: Monday 29 January – Sat 23 March

Term 2: Monday 15 April – Friday 14 June  (no classes on public holidays 25 April & 6 May)

Term 3: Monday 8 July – Saturday 7 September  (no classes rodeo week 5-11 August)

Term 4: Monday 30 September – Monday 25 November  (no classes on public holiday 7 October)

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