Martin & Diana Lefebvre


Martin and Diana Lefebvre are two of Canada’s top dancesport trainers. Together they represented Canada on the professional latin circuit for six years and in 2003 were Canada’s representatives at the World Professional Latin Championships in Innsbruck, Austria. Martin and Diana are largely responsible for facilitating Alberta’s booming ballroom scene. After starting Alberta’s first dancesport program, four of their couples have been invited to be Canada’s representatives at various World Championships. A most recent highlight is of course three of their dancers making it to the finals in So You Think You Can Dance Canada and Anthony Grafton making it to the Top 18!




Montreal native, Martin Lefebvre is one of Canada’s most popular and charismatic dancesport coaches. Dancing since the age of nine, Quebec’s golden boy has had a successful and colorful career. Some of Martin’s titles include: two-time Quebec Youth Latin Champion, two-time Quebec Amateur Champion, two-time Canadian Youth Amateur Latin Champion, two-time Canadian Amatuer Latin Champion and two-time North American Amateur Champion. Martin has also been chosen to represent Canada four times at various World Championships. Known as an entertaining yet tough coach, Martin’s best attribute is bringing the best out in his dancers.



Diana (Matiaszow) Lefebvre  is one of Canada’s hottest dancesport trainers. Her classical ballet training lead her to the world of ballroom dancing, and at the age of 19, just by walking up the stairs on a whim, she was hired by the Arthur Murray chain. Diana was trained extensively in both business and American style and worked in several studios across Canada until landing in Calgary. Her coaches Jean-Marc Généreux and Ginette Cournoyer encouraged her to pursue an international competitive career. In 1997 she became both a Canadian finalist in ten-dance and a successful studio owner. Diana’s studio became one of Canada’s largest training centers with of staff of 26 instructors.