Grete Kasi

  • Dancers Full Name:   Grete Kasi
  • Age At Present:   24
  • Date Submitted:   22 April 2014
  • Present Dance Partner:   Craig Denham
  • Dancing Together For:   3 and a half years
  • Age Group:   Professional
  • Achievements:   Australian Professional Ballroom Champions; Australia's Representatives to World Championship 2011;2012 and 2013; National Capital Champions; South Pacific Champions
  • Present Studios:   Humphreys Dance Studio
  • How Long Dancing:   since I was 6 years old
  • Heard Of Dancing:   I saw a dance competition on TV
  • Wanted To Be Dancer:   When I was 4 and dancing alone in a Cabaret Night Club to a live band
  • Favourite Dance:   Viennese Waltz because its repetitive, clear and very easy to dance for me
  • Favourite Dancers:   My dance coaches from home, Peep and Ave Vardja, because watching them dance made me inspired
  • Memorable Experience:   Dancing at home in Estonia for Australia to my family (mom and grandmother) and my friends
  • Worst Experience:   First Blackpool with Craig, the airline lost our luggage so we didnt have any clothes prior to the competition day. We had to buy all necessary clothing, make up and toiletries. Thankfully we had our competition clothes in the airplane cabin with us. And to top it all off, Craig lost his new pair of shoes.
  • Achievement Future:   To always give my best in everything I do. To stay healthy and fit and to get as much knowledge about dancing and also other areas of life as I can.
  • Advice For Dancers:   There are good days and bad days and good results and bad ones. Just stick with it and the effort you put in will eventually pay off (sometimes in an unexpected way)
  • Role/Dance Show:   To dance for The Queen of England when she visits Australia
  • Comments:   LOVE TO DANCE!

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