1134 Douglas Avenue Dunedin, FL 34698

 

isleofskyedance@gmail.com

Tel 352 256 1712

Top photo credit:

StreetLife Photography

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Instructors

Lindsey Dubock Mallon is a former Champion Highland Dancer and certified instructor through the British Association of Teachers of Dance. She is the owner of Isle of Skye Highland Dance Studio in Dunedin, Florida. She has a Master’s Degree from the University of Florida. She has 13 years experience teaching pre school and elementary school. Lindsey is an Executive Director and Director of Highland Dance Programs for the Dunedin Scottish Arts Foundation as well as a member of the Federation of United States Teachers and Adjudicators. Lindsey is the instructor for both the Dunedin High School and Dunedin Middle School Highland Dance Programs. She has organized highland dance competitions including the Florida Open Highland Dance Championship and the Florida Magics at Disney. Her students have qualified for and competed in the United States Inter-Regional Highland Dance Championship competition. Lindsey has won many Open Championship competitions across the U.S. She was the Eastern and Southeast Champion, and ranked in the top six at the USIR Championship competition where she competed for 13 consecutive years. Lindsey also competed in the World Highland Dancing Championships in Cowal, Scotland. Lindsey has performed on the NBC Daytime Show, at Walt Disney World Orlando, with the City of Dunedin Grade 2 Pipe Band, and the world famous Red Hot Chilli Pipers.

Diane Dubock attended the Royal Academy of Ballet in the UK. She performed in the theatre in London for over 10 years as a professional dancer. She ran a dance studio in Connecticut featuring many forms of dance. Diane is certified through the Scottish Dance Teachers Alliance. She was the dance competition organizer for the St. Andrew’s Scottish Games in Fairfield, Connecticut as well as the Scotland, Connecticut Highland Games prior to moving to Florida. Diane has organized the Dunedin, Ocala, Tallahassee, Zephyrhills, Jacksonville and Sarasota Highland Games dance competitions since relocating to Florida in 1991. She is a member of The Federation of United States Teachers and Adjudicators as well as The Scottish Dance Teachers Alliance. Diane has held the office of secretary in the Southeast FUSTA organization. Diane is a respected member of the Highland Dancing community and has instructed 5 United States Inter-regional Championship finalist competitors as well as East and Southeast Regional Champions.