Sue Nairn is a professional dance educator with a Bachelor of Arts in Dance from the University of Adelaide and Bachelor of Education specialising in secondary dance schooling from the University of South Australia.
She has been teaching dance for over 20 years and currently manages Just For Fun The Dance Company as well as coordinating the dance programme at Kildare College in Holden Hill. Additionally, Sue is also a qualified Fitness Instructor and Massage Therapist. Specialising in Yoga, she has instructed at numerous health clubs across Adelaide as well as running an open community class at Payneham (listed in the JFF Info Brochure).
Over her fifteen years as Director of JFF, Sue has overseen a diverse assortment of unique performance opportunities for dancers including; the 2013 International Tour of China (Luoyang and Beijing: Cultural Tourism Festivals), 2016 Adelaide Fringe Production ‘Equinox’ as well as leading our regular Performance Teams at sporting events - The Glenelg Cheerleaders (2004 – 2017), Adelaide Lightning Dance Team and more recently the addition of the Adelaide 36ers Dancers.
As Principal of Just For Fun the Dance Company, Sue has taught and mentored many of the current JFF teachers and helped to develop their ambitions to pursue dance as a professional avenue.
Sue has extensive experience in performance work, teaching and choreography and brings to her practice her skills and passion for all genres of dance.