Dynamix specialise in a variety of dance styles; jazz, jazz technique, street, commercial, hip-hop styles, contemporary and  acro. Our aim is to give the children a professional standard of training at the same time as promoting self-confidence. We aim to train the children in the most positive way possible, this is something really important to Amy. Having a dance school that work together, cheer each other on and celebrate one and others success is something we pride ourselves on.

We run classes in Thrapston & Wellingborough as well as teaching dance in a variety of school in Northamptonshire.

We give our dancers many performance opportunities as well as local performances and our annual shows, so far we have performed at Wembley Stadium and next year we will be performing at Disneyland Paris! (We were meant to do this year but due to COVID our trip was postponed) Amy wants the children to have as many unforgettable opportunities as possible!

Over the school holidays we always have workshops going on, some with our talented in-house staff, some guest teachers from London. So far we had a Lion King Workshop & Thriller. These are professionals from the West End shows that we get down to teach for the day, again to give the children some amazing memories.

In February a few of our students took part in an agency audition, which I am delighted to say they got on to, I can’t wait to see what they get up to!

Meet the team

Amy Aldridge

Amy is the founder of Dynamix Dance Company. She trained at Bodywork Company Dance Studios Cambridge, where she was awarded a scholarship, she graduated with a Distinction – Level 6 Diploma in Professional Dance. She then went on to be signed with various agents such a Mass Movement and BAME. She then realised that her real love was teaching and wanted to pass on as much information and training to up and coming performers as she could, which is why she started Dynamix.

Furthering her education she has trained with Acrobatic Arts in which she will be training again in a years time for Module 2.

Sarah-Jane Earl

Sarah-Jane has trained in Classical Ballet, Modern, Tap and many other forms of dance as well as drama and singing from the age of three.  She then went on to study for three years at Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance. During this time of completing her BA (Hons) in 2015, she worked with and alongside Charles Linehan, Anna Williams, Gary Lambert, Scottish Dance Theatre, and current company members from Random Wayne McGregor’s Dance Company as well as Tavaziva Dance Company. Sarah throughout her career has taught extensively both in education and Youth groups as well as had experience in performing regularly in theatre and film from a young age. Sarah-Jane joined a contemporary dance company after she had graduated for a year, working alongside with and touring pieces around the UK and Europe created by Richard Alston, Abi Mortimer, Liz Aggis, il dance-Lee Brummer and Motion House.  Sarah-Jane then went on to complete a Masters in dance performance. Sarah-Jane currently works as a freelance dance teacher and performs from time to time with and is part of a Professional Contemporary company based in Milton Keynes. I’m excited to be teaching Acro, musical Theatre and Contemporary for Dynamix.