SASKIA TURNER

Port Douglas & Mossman Gazette - - BUSINESS -

of-year pro­duc­tion more eco­nom­i­cal­lyfriendly for par­ents and new or up­dated classes - com­mer­cial jazz, fit­ness, boys’ break dance and a hip-hop crew.

“It’s ex­cit­ing, af­ter seven years with Bod­ies I’m quite fa­mil­iar with the run­ning of the dance school and how things work and I’m ex­cited to bring my own touch, to move for­ward and re­ally ex­pand,” Saskia said.

“It’s just the chal­lenges of get­ting my head around the book­work, the of­fice ad­min side of things, that’s prob­a­bly some­thing I’ve haven’t had a lot of ex­pe­ri­ence in.

“I’ve had a lot of good sup­port and feed­back from the com­mu­nity and the gen­eral con­sen­sus is ev­ery­body’s re­ally look­ing for­ward to 2012 and so am I, it’s go­ing to be a great year.”

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