Growing up in Tasmania, Australia, Rachael began learning all styles of dance as soon as she could walk at her mother’s dance studio. At age 16 she attended The McDonald College of Performing Arts, Sydney, with a classical ballet scholarship, and completed her RAD Advanced 2 examination with Distinction.

She has since been educated at The Australian Conservatoire of Ballet, Melbourne (Diploma of Dance), and in New York City on scholarship at Steps on Broadway. In 2012 she graduated from Showfit – Australia’s most current and innovative musical theatre education, under the directorship of Simon Gleeson and Mathew Frank.

Rachael has lead a colourful, versatile and multi-lingual career both in Australia and internationally as a dancer within the ballet, modern and musical theatre worlds.

Rachael is based in Europe and is currently living and working in Denmark and Sweden. She is always looking for new and exciting creative projects worldwide.

Personal Details

Height: 160cms
Eyes: blue
Hair: dark blonde
Voice type: Soprano G3 – D6

Specialised dance skills: theatre jazz, modern, ballet, pointe, tap, pas de deux
Languages: English (mother tongue), Danish, Swedish, German, Japanese

Represented by:

The Souncheck Agency – London

Ian White Management – Australia


Rachael is a loved and highly respected teacher in all dance styles for beginners through to professionals of all ages.

She is available for choreography, workshops, private coaching, open classes and as a dance lecturer for performing arts institutions worldwide.

Rachael is also a qualified BASI pilates instructor and teaches across all studio equipment and mat work.




For teaching enquiries or to request teaching CV/references, please contact Rachael directly via: iresonrachael@gmail.com

Current Classes

Private tuition
Matwork and studio sessions
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