Reze-Tiana has been dancing since the age of 5 years.
She passed her RAD Advanced 2 ballet exam in her matric year, with distinction and managed to maintain her standing record of distinctions for ALL her ballet exams.
Reze also an avid Irish dancer and in 2011 represented South Africa at the All Ireland Dance Championships where she was the 1st South African female dancer to get a recall in her Soft Shoe section. She was placed 82nd on the world rankings.
In 2014 Reze represented South Africa again at the IDO World Show Dance Champs in Riesa, Germany where her group was placed 3rd overall.
Reze was a FeLion for 2 years and danced for the Emirates Lions Rugby during 2017 and 2018. She is now a Vodacom Bulls Babe and will be seen on Loftus for the 2020 Vodacom Bulls rugby season.
Reze matriculated in 2015 at Hoërskool Randburg and the following year joined the Performing Arts Lifestyle Institute (PALI) where she graduated at the end of 2018. During those 3 years, she played in various plays such as Rumours, ‘Five girls in the same dress’ and Macbeth to name but a few highlights. She also played the role of Janet in the short film “I Literally Died”.
In 2019 she joined the children’s theatre Hooked On Books and has done over 300 shows with them.