Meet our Dance Instructors
Get to know the talented individuals who bring the art of dance to life. Meet our dedicated dance instructors, each with their unique expertise and passion for guiding students on their dance journeys. Discover the wealth of knowledge and experience they bring to the studio, ensuring that every dancer receives top-notch instruction and personal attention. Whether you're a beginner or an experienced dancer, our team is here to inspire and support your growth, making your dance experience truly exceptional.
Amanda Pinili was born in Indiana and began dancing at the Conservatory of Dance in their student company. She then pursued her BFA in Dance at Western Michigan University. After graduating she moved to NYC. She was a full company member for Dance Cat-Alyst and Syncopated City. She also had the pleasure of performing for Hallo-Hallo Inc, The Construction Company, Ellen Strokes Shadle, Erin Malley and Malleable Dance Theater, Amy Adams, Jamie Dowd, and RFX Swing. While living in Brooklyn she taught at Cobble Hill Ballet and Cynthia Kings Dance Studio for 9 years. Since moving to PA with her husband and 3 kids she has had the pleasure of teaching at the YMCA and other various schools in Bucks County.
Rebekah Massey has been dancing since the age of three. She studied under Eileen Mahoney Coombs, at Eileen’s Academy of Dance. She danced for six years at Sesame Place, where she traveled in the United States and performed as the character Bert. She continued her love of dance at Moravian College where she pursued a bachelor of arts in Psychology and certification in Elementary Education. While attending Moravian, she participated in the MC Dancers and was President of the organization her senior year. After graduating and moving to Doylestown, Rebekah taught second grade in the Upper Dublin School District and taught dance at local dance studios. She has been teaching dance at the YMCA for eight years and loves being an active member of her community, where she lives with her husband and six children.