MgA. Adéla Koubková, DiS.
Graduate of the Academy of Performing Arts in Prague, Janáček Conservatory, and internships in New York City (2007 American Ballet Theatre, American Ballet East, 2014 New York University Tish school of Arts), performer, choreographer, and teacher.
Currently, she is involved in preschool and movement pedagogy for the youngest children and choreographs Flashmobs (Kinder, Children's Olympics, Golden Day of Golden Prague), teaching swimming to infants, toddlers, and preschoolers. Adéla is among others an accredited swimming instructor, lifeguard, and nurse. She cooperates with Place4People studio, prestigious synchronized figure skating teams Olympia, Euphoria, Harmony and Minnies, as well as with artistic entities Vox Luminas and Pyroterra, Metro and DJKT Plzeň theatres.
Among her greatest achievements are tours in Japan and China, multiple World and European Champion titles in prestigious dance competitions for interpretation and choreography, and collaborations with choreographers Vincent Patterson (choreographer of Michael Jackson), Sofia Krantz. She considers her dream come true to work with RG Contemporary company of New York. Adela also created an educational magnetic calendar for preschool and younger school children to facilitate reflection on the day and then week. Meet "our" Adéla.
Author of many children's songs. Teaches music, drama and children's etiquette.
From 1986 to the present she has been an actress, singer and composer of the Sklep Theatre. She has also written songs in collaboration with Jan Vodňanský. She has been composing children's songs for the Czech Television programme Magic School from 1986 to the present.
Czech fashion designer and illustrator, business woman, philanthropist and mother of 3. Speaks Japanese.
After Czech Republic historically suffering several major cultural traumas, Zuzana’s greatest ambition is to strengthen her country's identity and global reputation through a return to the traditional lifestyle and ethics. In turn, she believes this could enhance the pride and strong cultural bond across the nation.
Mother of 4 children, one daughter and three sons, aged 18, 20, 22 and 27.
After my children left for university and to pursue careers, my big house was orphaned and I really wanted it to come back to life. So I came up with a unique concept of a club that will teach children healthy exercise, traditions, music, drama, dance, languages, social etiquette and other skills that they are losing due to modern technology.