Rebecca is passionate in her mission to help all teachers and their dancers achieve maximum technique.
REBECCA DAVIES pioneered the Radar Technique training program over a period 12 years, while training and producing Australia’s most elite and well-known dancers within her own studio.
The Radar Technique workshops and online modules contain everything and anything you would like to learn including the HOW and WHY and WHAT FOR any questions you may have.
Learn how to safely build your dance technique and skills catalogue!
- Troubleshooting and analysis
- Games and Drills for all levels
- Kick Turns
- Rhythmic Gymnastic skills
- Jumps and Leaps and Conditioning!
In 2010 Rebecca created a series of workshops which have now been presented in the following locations across the globe.
Europe: Paris, Ireland, Scotland, England, Gibraltar, Russia, Germany.
Canada: Toronto, Vancouver.
New Zealand and Australia: Auckland, Wellington, Queensland, South Australia, Perth, Sydney, Tasmania
USA: Los Angeles, Texas, New York, New Jersey, Florida, Kentucky, Carolina, Minnesota, Atlanta, Alabama, Pittsburgh, Alaska.
“Radar Technique is Australia’s leading technique and conditioning program for dancers and athletes.”
ASHLEIGH MAREE ROSS aka “ASHI“, is a 16 year old Dancer, actor and all round performer from Sydney Australia. Having obtained her O1 Visa to work in the USA, from 2014 she has been travelling back and forth between USA and Australia and touring Nationally and Internationally with Rebecca Davies, assisting with the RADAR workshops.
Ashleigh, when based in LA, trains with Miss Abby at the Abby Lee Dance Company and whilst in Australia, she trains exclusively with her coach Rebecca Davies.
Ashleigh has obtained two international endorsements to her name, having just released (January 2016) her second collection of her own dance wear line “Ashi By Energetiks” and the dance training tool “Official Ashi Turnboard” by Ballet is fun/GOPI enterprises.
Ashleigh has appeared on USAs CBS Television show “The Talk” dancing for the amazing “Mrs O” (Sharon Osborne). She has also appeared in numerous TV commercials and catalogues, was the lead child performer in two major musicals, Cameron Mackintosh & Disney’s Mary Poppins and Tim Lawsons, Chitty Chitty Bang Bang.
TV credits include A Place to Call Home 2015, The Talk CBS LA 2015, Spirited ABC TV 2011, My Place ABC3 2010, Dance Academy ABC3, 2010, Webisode Girlfriend Magazine just to name a few.
RADAR TECHNIQUE was conceived and developed by Rebecca Davies, an Australian dance teacher who was passionate about the Australian dance community and wanted to share her knowledge and expertise to help revolutionise the way dancers trained.
Rebecca developed a number of drills, exercises and techniques and created a series of 90 minute workshops. These workshops exploded into weekly travels nationally then internationally as more and more dancers and teachers wanted to know the “secrets” to RADAR TECHNIQUE.
RADAR TECHNIQUE workshops focus on pirouettes, kick turns, dance conditioning, jumps/leaps and dance tricks. Rebecca then expanded even more to develop a unique program, which help to enhance dancers AFTER the workshop, as the dancer is taught HOW to analyse dance technique and apply this to their own future learning.
Frustrated with Australian dancers perceiving themselves as so far behind the American technical standard, Rebecca is passionate in her mission to help as many teachers and their dancers as possible learn Radar Technique.
Rebecca has been travelling and holding workshops at studios with her dance assistants since 2010 in conjunction with the release of several instructional DVDs focusing on tips and tricks for better pirouettes and conditioning programs to obtain stronger and more functional dancers physiques.
Rebecca explains: “I am passionate about helping young dancers to look after their physiques and find their strengths and limitations at an early age so as to improve and enhance them.
“Class and training should always be fun, setting up a lifelong enjoyment for fitness.
“By mixing my high intensity strength and flexibility exercises with humour and fun, students leave my class feeling inspired, confident and armed with the tools to learn about their dancer’s body.”
We acknowledge the Traditional Owners of the land where we work and live. We pay our respects to Elders past, present and emerging.
We celebrate the stories, culture and traditions of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Elders of all communities who also work and live on this land.
Our Commitment to Child Safety
CHILD SAFE STATEMENT
Radar Technique PTY LTD is committed to child safety.
We want children to be safe, happy and empowered. We support and respect all children, as well as our guest teachers and volunteers.
We are committed to the safety, participation and empowerment of all children.
We have zero tolerance of child abuse, and all allegations and safety concerns will be treated very seriously and consistently with our robust policies and procedures.
We have obligations to contact relevant authorities and/or take certain actions when we are concerned about a child’s safety, which we intend to follow rigorously.
Our organisation is committed to preventing child abuse and identifying risks early, and removing and reducing these risks.
Our organisation has robust human resources and recruitment practices for our organisation. Our organisations is committed to regularly training and educating our organisation on child abuse risks.
We support and respect all children, as well as guest teachers and parent volunteers. We are committed to the cultural safety of Aboriginal children, the cultural safety of children from a culturally and/or linguistically diverse backgrounds, and to providing a safe environment for children with a disability.
Every person involved in Radar Technique PTY LTD has a responsibility to understand that the wellbeing and safety of the children is the forefront of every decision they make. We have specific policies, procedures and training in place that support this organisation to achieve these commitments.