Margaux Dours

started dancing in a small dance school when she was 4 years old. In 2005, she moved to Toulouse to get her degree through the conservatory.

After 3 years of conservatory, she started a dancer-interpreter formation at James Carles; a 3 years training in classical, modern, and contemporary.

At the same time, she danced in different Toulouse companies. After graduating as a dance teacher, she began teaching in different schools in Toulouse. In parallel, she meets Jean Philippe DELORT by joining his crew Groove’n up which mixes several styles of dance.

She is swinging with him and integrates several troops (tagada swing swing, tic tac swing, funny bones, mashed patato). Eager to learn and progress, she starts Charleston and balboa with Anne Helene and Bernard CAVASA. She now teaches with Jean Philippe in several festivals. Dynamic and energetic, she continues to learn to improve her technique constantly.

Jean-Philippe Delort

Started dancing Boogie Woogie since he was 10 years old. He has trained in many different schools and as well as with Remy Kouakou Kouame. Throughout these years of practice and with his various partners, he has defined his own style. He got noticed first nationally and then internationally. Willing to orientate himself towards a more sociable approach of swing dances, he naturally got into Lindy Hop.

Later, he studied Charleston and Balboa particularly with Anne-Helene and Bernard Cavasa. He is a fully skilled swing dancer who spices up his dance with hip Hop. Full of energy, he is contantly in search of new ways to make his dancing evolve, always aiming at more originality and complicity with his partner. Moreover, his dynamism has made him a well-know and appreciated teacher. Swing and Hip Hop teacher at a national level since 2006, he has been regularly called all over the world to share his passion for the past 4 years. Teacher for all levels and ages, he gathers everyone under his dancing vision:“Dance the way you are and, above all, have fun!”