Our Mission Statement
To provide students with a high-quality dance education taught with the ut-most professionalism. It is our unique balance of fun and proper technique that allows us to recognize and celebrate each student’s talents and abili-ties.
A Note From Our Director: Robyn Boudreau
When I first opened Fabulous Feet Dance Center in 1993, my goal was simple: to provide students with a quality education taught with the utmost professionalism. I personally vowed to become the best dance teacher possible and be recognized for the caliber of my students. Each year, as I greet our new and returning students, I am reminded of my commitment to quality dance education.
To this day, my entire staff and I affiliate with the top professional organizations in the dance education industry. We continue our personal development through ongoing seminars, workshops, and conventions by nationally recognized teachers and institutions.
At Fabulous Feet Dance Center, our class instruction is a dynamic mix of fun, art, and proper discipline. We emphasize technique and terminology from the minute each student steps into the studio. My philosophy is to place students in class according to individual ability and skill level. Our curriculum allows students to advance as specific skills are mastered.
My teachers and I personally challenge our students in the classroom through individual corrections and their various learning styles, while ac-knowledging that every student is unique and adapting to their different abilities. Our students develop poise, confidence, and a positive attitude that will carry them from the studio to the stage to life.
We proudly serve the dancers in Martin and St. Lucie Counties, including Stuart, Rio, Sewall's Point, Jensen Beach, Hobe Sound, Port Salerno, Palm City, Port St. Lucie, St. Lucie West, Fort Pierce, and White City.
Founder & Owner
With over 20+ years of experience in the dance and entertainment industry, Robyn is excited to be celebrating her 27th year as the proud Owner and Director of Fabulous Feet Dance Center. She began her dance training at Gloria Jean's Studio of Dance as a national ranking competitor, where she studied and excelled in Tap, Jazz, Musical Theater, and Lyrical. She went on to attend the prestigious Yale University's Performing Arts High School studying Classical Ballet and Modern.
In addition to her roles as Studio Owner, Director, and Teacher, Robyn has served as the C.F.O. of Dance Educators of America (D.E.A.), treasurer of Dance Masters of America Florida Chapter #2, and as the chairman for Mini, Petite, Junior, Teen, Miss/Mr. Dance of Florida. Robyn has also shared her expertise and passion for dance as a competition judge for multiple dance competitions including I Love Dance, American Dance Awards (A.D.A.), Florida Dance Masters (D.M.A.) and Dance Educators of America (D.E.A.)
Alumni of Fabulous Feet Dance Center are working professionals dancing in major venues across the U.S., including Busch Gardens Tampa Bay, Las Vegas, N.Y.C., Walt Disney World Resort, the Radio City's Rockettes, Riverside Children's Theater, Florida Panther Dancers, California Theater Company, Way Off-Broadway, Celebrity Cruise Lines, and Princess Cruise Lines. Many of Robyn's past students have gone on to pursue professional teaching careers in Florida and California. Her award-winning competition team performs and competes at multiple venues throughout the year and are the proud recipients of various regional, national, title, and specialty awards.
Robyn continues her dance education through cutting-edge industry classes and personal development workshops throughout the year. She is excited to continue sharing her love of dance and nurturing future dancers.
Madeline has had an insatiable passion for dance since she was 2 years old. She began her dance career at age 3 practicing ballet and tap with the Portsmouth School of Ballet in Portsmouth, New Hampshire. She then expanded her horizons to Rhode Island where she continued ballet and tap and added on hip-hop, jazz, and gymnastics for 7 consecutive years at The Creative Dance Center. After yet another move to Maine, Madeline took interest in competitive cheerleading during high school and competed with Maine Stars, where her and her team won multiple National championships.
After graduating, Madeline became Zumba and Zumbatomic certified so when she went to college at Suffolk University in Boston she could pursue a new kind of dance career. She was able to study abroad in New Zealand during her college term, where she studied dance education and West African dance culture. This is where she learned about the modalities and views of dance being a form of celebration and joy within one’s body, and not merely just for performance.
Since 2015, Madeline has since adjusted her curriculum and choreography to maintain technical terms and fun footwork all while leading from the heart and expressing oneself through joyful movement. In 2021, she started her brand MF Motion and opened a dance fitness space in Portsmouth, New Hampshire that held great success and joy for those that attended.
Now you can find Madeline in Port St. Lucie, Florida. She has brought her passion for dance and motion down south for a new adventure with her boyfriend. After much moving around in her young life, she is ready to settle down and create a community of like minded individuals and lead both children and adults through positive movement, mindsets and overall fun!
Musical Theater Instructor
Michelle Hance is currently the Director of the Jensen Beach High School Drama Department and the JBHS Competitive Color Guard program. Michelle has a master's degree in educational leadership from FAU and was announced the Jensen Beach High School 2022-2023 Teacher of the Year.
Michelle first began performing at the age of five through figure skating. Throughout childhood, Michelle immersed herself in the arts through Choir, Band, Theatre, and Art. Michelle first began competing in dance through Color Guard and Marching Band in 2001. she spent 10 years performing in competitive color guard. While in color guard she performed for the South Florida Winter Guard Association, Winter Guard International, and Drum Corps International.
In 2009, Michelle began teaching color guard at Park Vista High School in Lake Worth and then moved to the Treasure Coast in 2010 where she became the director of the South Fork HS and Jensen Beach HS Color Guard Programs. Michelle's Color Guard Programs have received superior ratings every year since she began in 2010 and currently compete in the South Florida Winter Guard Association and Winter Guard International.
Since becoming the theatre director at JBHS, Michelle has directed Pride & Prejudice, Anastasia, The Play That Goes Wrong, and Mary Poppins. Her students have received excellent and superior ratings at The Florida Thespians District and State Festival, and she has inducted over 20 students into the International Thespian Society.
Michelle has a passion for creating spaces where students can THRIVE! Through her teachings, she promotes self-expression and creative problem-solving. "The arts positively impacted me as a performer, leader, and person. I am so excited to have the opportunity to work with the amazing staff and students at Fabulous Feet Dance Center!"
Dominique has been dancing since the age of three and is a graduate of Fabulous Feet Dance Center. She trained in Ballet, Tap, Jazz, Acro, Modern, Lyrical, and Pointe and was a member of the Competition Team for 8 years.
Dominique has won multiple awards for her tap solos and duets and was recognized for her "Clean, Crisp, & Clear" tap sounds. Winning a variety of regional and national awards, Dominique was also awarded the Teen Miss Ultimate Dance Title Winner at Cathy Roe's Ultimate Dance Competition in 2008.
While attending FFDC, Dominique was a class assistant and has been teaching since 2012. She is currently the only Certified Acrobatics Instructor in Martin and Saint Lucie County, through Dance Masters of America and Dance Educators of America.
Dominique enjoys using her years of dance experience to inspire and develop her students. We're excited to have Dominique as part of the teaching staff.
Emily started dancing when she was just 3 years old and is a graduate of Fabulous Feet Dance Center. She trained in Ballet, Tap, Jazz, Acrobatics, Modern, Contemporary, Hip-Hop, and Pointe and was a member of the Competition Team for 13 years.
Emily has won many awards for her solos, duets, trios, and group dances. She was awarded many special judges awards for her solos such as the “Power and Control” award and the “Effortless Efficiency” award. Winning a variety of regional and national awards, Emily was also crowned as Pre-Senior Miss Showbiz in 2018 and 2019 at Showbiz National Talent. She was also crowned Senior Miss Showbiz in 2021.
Along with competition, Emily participated in many dance conventions and proceeded to win a few dance scholarships including a $300 musical theater scholarship to the DEA Musical Theater Convention. In addition to her regional and national titles, Emily was a 16 year student at Fabulous Feet Dance Center, and was crowned Miss Fabulous Feet in 2021. While she was a student at FFDC, Emily was a class assistant and began teaching right after her final year as a dancer.
She is excited to apply all that she has learned from FFDC into her classes
Ballet and Modern Instructor
Michelle has always had a love for performing and a passion for teaching. Her dance training began at the age of four with Carol Haid Studio of Fine Arts, and she continued with formal training in multiple styles including Modern, Ballet, Jazz and Belly Dance. Michelle has trained with world-famous dancers Bozenka, Tamlyn Dallal, Virginia, and Raqia Hassan and studied under an array of prestigious dance instructors, including Gretchen Warren and John Parks of Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater.
Michelle attended Florida International University and completed her Bachelor's Degree in Dance Education with honors. Her dynamic choreography and moving performances won numerous regional and national awards, and she was recently featured in "Dancing Magazine” for her excellence in teaching in Miami Dade County.
Michelle teaches multiple levels of Ballet, Junior and Senior Modern, and Junior Lyrical and is excited to share her expertise and love of dance with all students.