Meghan (Biba) Mueller
Meghan is the founder, owner and artistic director of Shine Power Studio & Gym. Meghan began taking gymnastics at age 4 and dance at age 7. She grew up dancing in tap, ballet, pointe, and jazz classes at RC Dance & Gymnastics under the instruction of Monica Rynes. In 2008 she was honored to receive the "Natylee Geary Scholarship," at RCDG and in 2009 she was nominated as captain of her cheer team. After high school, Meghan continued her dance career by studying dance at Winona State University throughout 2012-2013 and dancing along side instructors such as Tabitha & Napoleon D'Uma, Dena Rizzo, Geo Hubela and Twitch. In 2013-2019 she choreographed competition routines that placed first in their category, were nationally ranked and were awarded with the several awards. Including; "best transitions," "Most Likely to Start the Party", "Clean & Crisp" and "Full of Energy". She has studied and taught many forms of dance to children and adults alike: lyrical, hip hop, tap, cheerleading, tumbling, jazz, pointe, ballet and boys hip-hop. She studied business and received her Bachelors degree from UW-Platteville in 2014. She enjoys spending time with her husband, Caleb and their son Brooks and daughter Collyns. Meghan originally began SPSG as a summer dance program under the name, "Boscobel Summer Dance Classes," in 2009 and then because of increase in interest, she opened the studio up full time in 2014. Meghan's goal is to create an environment where her students feel confident about themselves and their dancing abilities.
Rachel has been apart of the SPSG journey from the beginning, helping assist in classes since the age of 10 and choreographing routines since the age of 13. Rachel began dancing at the age of 5 at RC Dance & Gymnastics under the direction of Monica Rynes in Richland Center. She was a member of her varsity high school cheer and dance team for four years, she has danced at several dance conventions, being taught by instructors such as Dena Rizzo, Dusty Button & Keltie Knight. In 2019 she was hired as the head teacher and choreographer for four dance classes (tap and jazz) at the YMCA in Lacrosse. She danced competitively for years throughout highschool and is constantly working to better herself as a dancer and individual. Rachel steps in as a head instructor for ballet, gymnastics and cheer but is further known for her summer and winter dance intensives. She will receive a bachelors degree in psychology in December of 2020; graduating from UW-Lacrosse. While attending college she remained a huge part of the SPSG family and is excited to be back full time after her December graduation. Rachel's favorite dance and primary dance style is ballet- her knowledge of ballet vocab, definitions and execution is a huge asset to SPSG.
Head Gymnastics Coach/Manager
Sheena runs and manages the gymnastics program at SPSG. Sheena began gymnastics at age 4; she started practicing and competing year round at the age of 8 and continued all throughout high school. During that time she trained At the Matinee Gymnastics in LaCrosse, WI. Around the age of 14 she began coaching beginners and new team members. After high school she continued coaching team gymnastics while obtaining her Bachelors Degree in Public Health. During that time she met Skyler, who is originally from Boscobel. In 2010, she moved to Boscobel and completeted a degree in nursing. Sheena now works as a Registered Nurse at Gunderson Boscobel Hospital & Boscobel Schools. Sheena and Skyler have three boys, Kacen (6), Brecken (4), Rylen (1).
Andrea (Biba) Williamson
Andrea began taking tap, jazz, pointe and ballet dance classes at age 6; attending RCDG under the direction of Monica Rynes. Throughout her 13 years of dancing, she attended many workshops; traveling to Madison and WI Dells to learn under the direction of many professionals. She was a member and captain of her cheer squad all four years of high school and she was also a part of her high school dance team. She has been an assistant teacher & choreographer throughout the past five years at SPSG but has recently decided to become a full time instructor. She currently resides in Muscoda with her husband (coming in July) Tanner Williamson and she works full time as a 3rd grade teacher at Riverdale Elementary. Her passion for dance and her love of working with children makes her a great part of the SPSG team.
Lydia has began taking dance and acro classes at the age of 4. She expanded her level of dancing while being an SPSG student and dancing under the direction of Meghan Mueller and Rachel Biba. She has studied tap, ballet, clogging, jazz, tumbling, gymnastics, cheer & pointe. She has been a member of the SPSG competitive dance team (performing on the level I and II team) for the past three years, she has been a member of her high school dance team and she has participated in a variety of conventions and workshops throughout the United States. Her competitive routines have been nationally ranked and top scorers within their category. Lydia is enthusiastic, detail oriented, and dedicated to SPSG and her students. Her eye for the "little" things draws her out from the crowd. SPSG is so lucky to have her as a choreographer and assistant.
Dance, Gymnastics, Cheer coach
Kayleena began taking dance & cheer classes at the age of 3. She studied a large variety of styles; including, ballet, pointe, cheer, tumbling, clogging, tap, jazz and hip-hop. She was a competitive dancer for four years and was nationally ranked in Indiana in 2018. She has attended a large variety of conventions and workshops and has been taught by instructors such as Dena Rizzo and Keltie Knight. She has competed at the NAM pageants for over ten years and recently attended the Princess of America, Junior Miss as Miss Wisconsin. While in attendance she placed 1st Runner Up in Spokesmodel, 4th Runner in Talent (where she performed a clogging routine) and the best one yet, Placed in the Top 10 overall! Kayleena currently studies special education as a junior at UW-Richland. Kayleena is a very positive and high energy individual. SPSG is blessed to have her as part of their team!
Cheer/ Dance Assitant
Natalie began dancing at age 4 at RC Dance & Gymnastics, under the instruction of Monica Rynes. She participated in tap, jazz, and ballet until the age of 18. She was also a member of her varsity high school cheer team, being nominated as captain in 2013. After high school Natalie attended SWTC where she studied cosmetology. When she isn't teaching classes at the studio, you can find her working as a stylist at Trend Setters or obsessing over Disney and planning her next trip ;) Natalie's favorite thing about teaching at Shine Power is getting to know each students personality.