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Dance Dynamics Byron Bay is excited for one of their previous students, Timeah Logie, who has just been accepted into the full-time program at the Victorian State Ballet.

‘Timeah started classical ballet training at 11 years of age and was a student with us until she was 14,’ Dance Dynamics director Kate Behrend said.

At just 14 years of age she was accepted into her first year of full-time training at the Queensland National College in 2015.

Next year Timeah will finalise her training at a pre-professional level with the Victorian State Ballet.

The next step from there is to accept a possible position in the Victorian State Ballet Company or audition for ballet companies across Europe.

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