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Miss Kim’s Dance Class has been in business since September 1994. Thank you for ALL of you! YOU ROCK!
Kim Revie Buchheit is a well-established dance instructor and owner of a dance class, with over 27 years of experience in the industry. She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Dance from Webster University, which she earned in 1991.
Kim’s passion for dance has translated into a successful career, as her students have gone on to pursue careers in dance and dance instruction. Her dedication to the art form has not only impacted her students’ lives, but has also influenced the wider dance community.
Megan Imming is an accomplished dance instructor who joined Dance Class in 2017. With her natural talent and passion for dance, Megan has quickly become an invaluable member of the team.
As an instructor, Megan is known for her fabulous teaching style that is both sweet and controlled. She has expertise in various dance styles, including Ballet, Jazz, Contemporary, and Competition and Recreational dance. With her expertise and commitment to excellence, Megan Imming continues to make a significant impact in the dance community and inspire the next generation of dancers.
Devin’s love for dance and passion for teaching are evident in her exceptional skills as an instructor. She has a natural ability to control her classes and create a positive and engaging learning environment for her students.
As an instructor at Dance Class, Devin has become a beloved member of the team, inspiring her students to reach their full potential as dancers. Her love for moving and dedication to her craft have made a significant impact on the lives of her students. With her exceptional skills and passion for dance, Devin Revie continues to make a significant impact in the dance community and inspire the next generation of dancers.
Danine Preston is a talented dance instructor with a Bachelor’s degree in Musical Theater from Principia College. She joined the Dance Class family in 2017, bringing her expertise in Musical Theater to the studio.
Danine’s addition to the Dance Class family has been a great benefit to the studio, as her skills and experience have helped to expand the range of dance styles offered. Her ability to teach Musical Theater has been especially appreciated by students who are interested in this genre.
Chellie Hughes is a highly skilled dance instructor with a passion for Hip Hop. She joined the Dance Class team in 2019 and has quickly become known for her unique teaching style and expertise in all dance genres.
Chellie’s mastery of Hip Hop is particularly impressive, as she brings a fresh and innovative approach to this popular dance style. Her ability to infuse her classes with energy and enthusiasm has made her a favorite among students. In addition to her proficiency in Hip Hop, Chellie also has a degree in Dance from Lindenwood University, which has given her a strong foundation in other dance genres.
Noelle Gratzer is a dedicated and passionate dance instructor with a lifelong love of dance. Her dance journey began at the age of six, and she has since trained at multiple studios, but found her true home on the MKDC competition team.
Noelle is a versatile dancer, with a passion for all genres of dance. She has a deep commitment to her craft and is always eager to learn and grow as a dancer and instructor. Her love of dance is evident in her teaching style, and she has a special gift for working with young children, teaching them tumbling and jazz techniques.
Juliette has been with Dance Class since she was 3, and began teaching classes in 2019. Primarily teaches tap and aerial silks.
Juliette’s mastery of Tap and Aerial Silks is particularly impressive, as she brings a fresh and innovative approach to this popular dance style. Her ability to infuse her classes with energy and enthusiasm has made her a favorite among students. In addition to her proficiency in Tap and Aerial Silks.
Mr. Mike began working as a choreographer in 1975. He worked as a performer/musician /choreographer primarily on the Goldenrod Showboat until 1989. He has since continued teaching and still performs regularly with the STL banjo club. Tap was always his strength developing his style after performing with Peter Ray and Jimmy Payne.