She is the Fair Play dancehall section favorite and the creator of the ragga jam style.
For a number of years now, she has been attracting to her classes crowds of Jamaican sound enthusiasts. Laure has fought a long battle to be accepted in a community dominated by men. However, her original style has helped her earn approval and due respect, even while being a white woman among dancers coming mostly from Africa. Her spontaneous and bursting with energy personality combined with charisma guarantee to grab anyone’s attention.
Her classes are not only a large dose of knowledge and history of the ragga style. They are also intended to give you a kick and create playful environment that fires up the dancefloor. Thanks to her partnership with Nike, she has had the opportunity to promote her ragga jam style throughout the world. The results of this collaboration have exceeded all expectations of both of the parties. Laure has become a real star, running classes literally everywhere, from Brasil to New York City. As a choreographer, she has also worked, among others, at the Polish edition of You Can Dance. Thus, she has developed a huge fanbase in Poland, which always flocks to her classes during Fair Play Dance Camps.