Adele Kahler

Contemporary, Lyrical, Jazz, Hip Hop

CERT V in Performing Arts

Adele Kahler has always lived and breathed dance. She trained at Brent Street T.D.H.S throughout her high school years while receiving distinctions in all RAD ballet exams through to Advanced 2.


Adele furthered her training fulltime and completed a year of full time classical/contemporary mentored by Sarah Boulter. In 2008 Adele graduated from Brent Street’s fulltime Performing Arts Course where she received her Certificate 5 in Performing Arts.

Adele has worked and performed alongside some industry greats such as: Macy Gray, Kaz James,Natalie Bassingthwaighte, Tina Arena, Kelly Rowland, Toni Lamond, John Paul Young, Guy Sebastion, Paulini and Olivia Newton John. She has also performed numerous times on the Kerri Anne Kennelly Morning Show, Sunrise, MTV, Nickelodeon and FOX 8.


In 2012 Adele spread her wings into the contemporary world where she worked with some renowned Australian contemporary choreographers including: Narrelle Benjamin, Mike Van Loon, Kay Armstrong, MarniePalomares and Anton.

In 2016 Adele wished to broaden her knowledge of the mind and body by completing her yoga teacher training through ‘Santosha yoga’ in Indonesia. As a qualified yoga instructor, Adele’s business ‘Lokah Creative’ inspires and empowers young people through a creative blend of dance, yoga, mindfulness and creative projects. Adele was featured in Dolly magazine in a yoga role model for teens series which focused on mental, physical health and body issues faced by young girls.

As well as teaching at Ecole, Adele has choreographed and trained many award winning Ecole Eisteddfod soloists. In 2018 she joins Ecole to teach Contemporary, Jazz and Hip Hop. With her colourful background Adele makes for an amazing teacher and mentor. She is not only passionate about educating her students in quality dance training, she also genuinely cares about each child’s personal development not just as dancers but as a people. She hopes to empower her students and teach them lessons to carry on throughout life and not just on stage.