Internationally acclaimed and recognized choreographer and entertainer from Australia, Tyler is an expert in aerial arts, acrobatics, hand balancing, tumbling and hand-to-hand. Tyler was the youngest person ever to be funded by the Australian government ARTS ACT fund and has been working professionally in the entertainment industry since the age of 9.
Companies that have benefited from Tyler’s performance and instruction include names from Cirque du Soleil and the Australia Institute of Sport to BLOCH and IADMS. In 2009, Tyler toured Central America with the International Ballet Theatre , raising much needed funds for a foundation for youth diagnosed with HIV.
Tyler furthered his profession and expertise, in the cruise industry, sailing the world as an entertainer and contributor in performance conception. In 2013, Tyler moved to Canada where he was instrumental in the beginning stages of Acrobatic Arts, one of the largest acrobatics curriculum’s in the world, by constructing a large portion of the hand balancing syllabus. He also drove the design and launch of a new center for high level and aspiring athletes while based in Calgary. Tyler now calls Vancouver home and is the Founding Director of TADA, Tyler Ayres Dance and Aerial, which develops and represents top-level performers and publishes a training curriculum for hand balancing, suitable for athletes, aerialists, dancers and acrobats.
Tally Rodin has had a passion for dance for as long as she can remember.
She studied, trained and performed in a variety of styles such as Acrobatics, Contemporary, Jazz, Lyrical, Ballet, Hip-hop, Tap, and Musical Theatre throughout her childhood. She started her dance career in the Greater Toronto Area and has extended over to Vancouver since 2016. Tally has been very fortunate to have been presented with the opportunities to perform and train in New York and Los Angeles. With the versatile background dance has provided for Tally, she chose to take her training to a new level and cross-trained in tumbling/gymnastics, various martial arts styles, cheerleading, and many more sports. This has helped Tally in becoming a stunt performer for film and television which has led her to the big screen on many occasions. Some of Tally’s accomplishments are the movies Power Rangers (2017), XMEN Apocalypse (2016), XMEN Dark Phoenix (2018), xXx: The Return of Xander Cage (2017), Suicide Squad (2016) and tv shows such as CWs: Arrow (doubling Artemis and stunt acting in season 5), Supergirl, and many more which can be found on her IMDB page The special versatility in Tally’s training has allowed her to stand out with unique choreography and teaching techniques to push the dance world to new heights. Having been recognized with numerous awards and recognition for her performances and choreography, Tally continues to grow in the dance community sharing her knowledge and heart with future generations. As Tally continues to work, train and evolve in Vancouver, she is very excited to announce that she is also now a coach and tumbling specialist with TADA alongside Tyler Ayres.