Tana Ruegamer

School Staff

Tana Ruegamer stepped into her first tap and jazz class at the age of 6 and has been dancing ever since. She continued her training with drill team, ballet, flamenco, and Latin ballroom before being introduced to salsa in 2003.

Tana began training and performing at the Masacote School in 2010, and she is currently a member of MASA2, Masacote’s professional track program. She is passionate about helping beginning dancers find their voice through the art of music and dance.

Tana has a Master’s Degree in international education and currently works at Harvard University. Dance has been the constant activity in her life that brings her joy and peace, and she looks forward to coaching students about the various ways dance can positively impact their lives.

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Ruth Birnberg

“Thank you so much for everything you did for the Mambo Mania family concert. It was a pleasure getting to know and working closely with you. Including dance in this family concert really added so much to this show. And I loved that we were able to weave in some showcase dancing along with an opportunity to get the audience up and dancing. It was the perfect icing on the cake for this very special family concert.”

Heather Briere

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David Lombino

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Jamie Koo-Kepka

“Dancing and taking classes with you … has such a powerful healing effect …. It is the one thing in my life that has centered me, always.”

Tana Ruegamer

“What a fun night last night! I wanted to thank you for the private lesson you gave me last week- it made me feel like there is hope for me after all!”

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