Revolution Dance is an independent dance school which was established in 2009. All classes are taught by the founder Caroline Howie (BA, PGC, PGDip DanceSci&Educ) a trained dancer and teacher with over ten years experience. Caroline Howie continues to expand her training and is currently working towards a full post graduate masters degree in Dance Science & Education at Edinburgh University. She also regularly works for Active Schools in East Lothian, East Lothian Council and Bannatynes Health Club.
Revolution Dance was founded in 2009 by Caroline Howie. Based on the core belief that dance should be available to all Revolution Dance takes dance class back to the basics, removing unnecessary uniform enforcements, exams, expensive term booking fees and showcase fees while keeping in all the fun with annual showcases, regular small performances, holiday workshops and many more events throughout the year.
Caroline Howie Inglis (BA, PGC, PGDip DanceSci&Educ)
All class are taught by the founder Caroline Howie Inglis. Having started dancing at a young age she later went on to dance with Scottish Ballet and trained at Edinburgh’s Telford Collage before attending Queen Margaret University gaining a BA Degree in Performing Arts Management.
Caroline is currently studying at Edinburgh University’s Moray House where she has already gained a post graduate certificate and a diploma and is working towards a full master degree in Dance Science and Education. Her masters is specialising in alternative teaching methods and teaching those with learning disabilities.
Caroline now has ten years of experience teaching dance to all ages and in many styles including tap, ballet, jazz, modern, hip hop, contemporary, lyrical, creative and musical theatre. She began teaching at local dance schools and primary schools within the Edinburgh area before teaching for East Lothian Council, Active Schools, Bannatyne’s Health Clubs and many other organisations.