KILOGEAR CUT is proud to partner with the Irish Dance Community.
Celtic Irish Dance Academy (CIDA)
CIDA is a new up- and- coming Los Angeles Irish Dance school under the direction of Riverdance Star, Maeve Croke, TCRG ADCRG. At CIDA, they strive to bring the best out in each dancer through inspirational and creative teaching. They nurture each student's unique abilities and talents, engrain a love of dance, and encourage elevated individual standards. Their dancers gain self-confidence, discipline, and learn the importance and benefits of teamwork while preparing for various performances. These events and performances can range from local community events to the World Irish Dance Championships. No matter what your goal is, there is a place for you at CIDA, and they look forward to welcoming you to the CIDA family.
Be an Athlete, Be an Artist, be A CIDA STAR!
Their new flagship studio is in North Hollywood and they also have classes in South Bay and Temecula.
Visit their website: https://www.celticirishdanceacademy.com/
In 1998 Leeann and Paula set up the Academy in South Auckland due to the popularity of Irish Dance shows "Riverdance" and "Lord of the Dance". Classes began in Alfriston with a small group of dancers. Between 1998 and 2000 Leeann and Paula took a short break to travel to perform with the Irish Rovers in "The Spirit of Ireland" tour with World Champion dancers. On returning they continued to develop and expand their classes in South Auckland. Leeann recieved her teaching dipolma (TCRG) at the end of 2001 and the Academy began its first year of competing in Auckland in 2002. Paula joined full time in 2002 after retiring from her competitive dancing career. Paula set up classes in St Heliers in 2003.
In August 2012 Leeann and Paula set up the studio in East Tamaki as their Academy base. This allowed their dancers to have a facility suitable for classes with mirrors and sprung floors. Dancers travel from all over Auckland to attend the Academy classes.
Visit their website: http://www.doyleacademy.co.nz/