France Mousseau
France Mousseau is among the most respected dancesport professional in the World. She has been finalist at all of the major dancesport competitions, including Blackpool, the World Ten-Dance Championships and is ten-time Canadian Professional Latin Champion. France judges and trains many of the World’s top dancers today.
Mireille Veilleux
Canadian Amateur Latin and Standard Champion
12 times undefeated Canadian Professional Ten-Dance Champion
Canadian and North American Professional Standard and Latin Champion
Open British Professional Rising Star Latin Champion
World Professional Ten-Dance grand finalist
Recipient of the Feather Award for “Most Outstanding Couple Outside USA.”
Recipient of “Legends Of Dance Award.”
Recipient of Can-Am Dancesport “Special Achievement” Award.
World Amateur and Professional championship adjudicator
Tanya Cardinal
Tanya lived 5 years in England, training and learning from the best teachers in Europe. They started dancing together in 1985.

After becoming the undefeated Canadian Amateur Latin Champions in 1992 and 1993, and regular semifinalists at the World Amateur Latin Championships, they turned professional in 1994
As dance professionals, they teach, lecture, and perform throughout Canada, the US, and worldwide. They invite bookings for demonstrations, workshops, lectures, group and private lessons.
Pierren Allaire
Canadian Amateur Latin and Standard champion
12 times undefeated Canadian professional Ten-Dance champion
Canadian and North American Professional Standard and Latin champion
Open British Professional Rising Star Latin champion
World Professional Ten-Dance grand finalist
Recipient of the Feather Award for “Most Outstanding Couple outside USA.”
Recipient of “Legends of Dance” award
Recipient of Can-Am Dancesport “Special Achievement” award
Choreographer for So You Think You Can Dance Canada
World
Delphine Romaire
8 times Amateur Canadian Champion
16 times Amateur Quebec Champion
North American Standard Champion
19 times Canadian representative at World Championships
Licentiate qualification in both standard and latin (both Highly Commended)
NCA judge (National Championship Adjudicator)
After living for 5 years in London, England, to perfect her knowledge of dance, she moved to Edmonton, retired from competition, founded the “DoDel Kids club” and opened Elite Dance Studio in 2007.
Vadim Mostovoy
Larissa Kerbel
Larissa Kerbel is a former 8 times Undefeated Canadian Standard champion and 2 times Amateur Standard Ohio Star Ball champion. Together with her partner Alexandre Chalkevitch she was also in the final of the Rising Star Professional Standard in Blackpool, and a runner-up at the Professional Rising Star Standard in International Championships in England. After retiring from competition she now devotes her time to coaching and judging.
Chrstiane Primeau
Canadian & North-American Amateur Standard, Latin and Ten Dance Champion. Canadian Professional Standard, Latin and Ten dance Champion. 3 times British Finalist. British Professional Rising Star Latin Champion. World Championships Finalist. World class adjudicator, coach and lecturer
Benoit Drolet
Originally from Montreal, Canada, Benoit has traveled to over 30 countries competing, demonstrating, lecturing and adjudicating. The competitive side of his career brought some amazing moments, notably making final in Blackpool, and making the final at the European Championship in 1993 representing England, something he is extremely proud of. In 1999, Benoit joined the acclaimed show Burn The Floor and went on touring for over a year throughout Australia, Europe and America.
Brigitt Mayer
Brigitt Mayer-Karakis, who was born in Germany and has a background in music, competitive gymnastics and dance (ballet), started ballroom dancing as an amateur at age 16. She became German Vice champion in Latin, a German Ten Dance finalist and a finalist in the European and World Amateur Championships, as well a winning the World Championship in Formation dance.
She came second in the World Latin-American Show Dance Championship, second in the World Open Exhibition Championship...
Alan Armsby
Victor and Helen Ross
Victor and Helen Ross are former 4-Time Canadian Latin Amateur Champions. They are respected Coaches and Adjudicators and are available for Private and Group Dance Lessons at the Continental Dance Club in Mississauga.
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Brigitt Mayer

Brigitt Mayer-Karakis, who was born in Germany and has a background in music, competitive gymnastics and dance (ballet), started ballroom dancing as an amateur at age 16. She became German Vice champion in Latin, a German Ten Dance finalist and a finalist in the European and World Amateur Championships, as well a winning the World Championship in Formation dance. She came second in the World Latin-American Show Dance Championship, second in the World Open Exhibition Championship...