younger days, and her father’s side of the family was big on dancing as well. Without a doubt she was destined to be a dancer.
She began taking professional dancing classes in high school with the Champa Chamalee Dance Troupe, where she studied the exotic art of Indian dancing. There are several forms of Indian dance in which she concentrated: Bollywood, Khatak, and Bharatanatyam dancing. After about two years, Reannah and seven other dancers started their own dance company, the Naache Rani (meaning “Dancing Queen”) Dance Team. At first, they utilized world renowned Khatak dance, Rajvi Chokshi, but then began doing their own choreography. They performed several shows throughout South Florida, the highlight being their showcase to the famous Bollywood actor, Anupam Kher.
Though their schedules all became busy and the group dissolved, she continued to do shows at the University of Miami and for other private parties. This past year she began learning Middle Eastern dance under the direction of Samay and Heather Harricharran, and had the opportunity to perform at the Miami Dade student showcase in 2007. Reannah is currently working on her bachelor’s degree in public relations at the University of Miami. Choreography is something she thoroughly enjoys doing. When given the opportunity to teach, there was no possible way she could say “No.” Her love for dance and desire to share her culture with others has lead her to Divas Of Dance where she hopes her students will feel the same joy she does when dancing the beautiful art of Indian dance.