Robin Reveal has been sharing her love and enthusiasm for dance for over 20 years. It all started when she applied to teach dance lessons at the Elkhart YMCA. Thanks to the outpouring of support and encouragement, she started Robin’s School of Dance after the Y finally closed its doors. Now, over five years later, she couldn’t be happier to be able to continue to provide dance lessons to kids and adults of all ages.more about Robin
“My daughter absolutely loves the class!”
Robin has been my 5 year old's dance teacher for 2 years. Since she provides instruction at her preschool so I only hear about her classes after school. My daughter absolutely loves the class! I get a glance at the routines at times when she is practicing them at home. Robin acknowledges all her students with a huge smile and hugs which brightens my little girl’s life when she is out in town! We really appreciate not only her instruction and passion for dance and teaching but her personality and liveliness in general!
“Our daughter was able to perfrom at half-time...”
We couldn’t be happier to have our daughter attend Robin's School of Dance. We have had the pleasure of knowing Robin for about 5 years. Her approach with the girls helps them adapt immediately to the class and the group. Our daughter has always been shy. With Robin's encouragement and support our daughter performed at Notre Dame with the School for a half time show for the Harlem Globetrotters. For our daughter to go from NEVER doing a performance in front of others to have the confidence to do it at Notre Dame is unbelievable.
“...these kids all enjoy their time learning dance.”
My son Chase is just 8 years old. This is his 2nd year of dance lessons with Robin. This 8 year old boy reminds me every Sunday night “MOM don’t forget I have dance class tomorrow”. He’s always excited to go to class and loves to tell me all about his new dance moves. This is 100% because of Robin and her passion for what she does. She works hard to make sure that these kids all enjoy their time learning dance. She is sympathetic when they get frustrated and encourages the kids to keep trying.