Alexandre Fulbert is a decorated four-time World Dance Championship winning dance teacher who calls Sydney home.
The accomplished dancer is a curator at the International Dance Organisation (Australia), the biggest and most prestigious dance organisation in the world, in addition to being the NSW Director of the Couples Dance Section.
Born in France, his dance career started at age 10 where he soon found himself in competition. By age 15, Alex was nationally recognised as an emerging talent in Rock ‘n’ Roll dancing, and by 15 was a part of the French National Team focusing on Swing Dance. Alex has experience in: Jazz, Salsa, Bachata and Latin, and Ballroom dance, to accompany Rock ‘n’ Roll and Swing; his obligations with the French Team had Alex teaching Dance Workshops all over Europe.
Alex has been teaching in Sydney for around five years, and his passion lies in “teaching well-being and mindfulness through dance” for school aged children, mainly in the Inner-west.
The core values at the centre of the classes are, Respect, Courage and Trust. Alex instills these important character traits into his classes in a bid to equip his students with the tools to successfully navigate adolescence – through dance.
A recent success for Alex was his involvement in leading the Australian Team to victory in the World Online Dancing Championships.
Alex can be found applying his dance skills and expertise to local school-aged children, and developing them into socialised, respectful, resilient dancers and students at Wilkins, Haberfield, and Ashbury Public Schools in Sydney’s Inner West.