Mrs. Anna Spiers
Revolutions Twirling Club was founded in 2005 by Mrs. Anna Spiers.
Anna has over 30 years of training in baton twirling along with extensive training in ballet, jazz, tumbling and modeling.
Under her direction
Revolutions Twirling Club continues to grow and thrive in the community and as members of the National Baton Twirling Association. Revolutions Twirling Club Team members and Solo Competitors have won numerous State and Regional Championship titles and placed in the Top 3 in the USA National Championships since 2015!
Anna continually strives to support the community through parades and other community performances. Members of RTC have performed in numerous local parades, for the Milwaukee Bucks, Harlem Globetrotters, and at Six Flags Great America.
Anna holds a Bachelors of Business Administration Degree from the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh and is the proud mother of two.
"I’ve been twirling and dancing at RTC for around 9 years, and every day I find myself wishing I had joined earlier to get more time. I’m on the National Baton and Dance team, and I absolutely love the team dynamic and all the great memories and friends I’ve made over those years. Helping out at RTC has been an amazing opportunity because it allows me to spend time showing kids something I’m passionate about while also watching them grow to be amazing dancers and people. Their constant energy and enthusiasm puts a smile on my face every single day I work with them."
Ms. Aryn Swann
Aryn Swann has been teaching at Revolutions Twirling Club since 2012.
She has nearly 20 years of experience in twirling and training in advanced ballet, modeling, and dance technique.
A few of her accomplishments include multiple Top 5 and Top 10 National finishes, WI State Strut and Solo Champ, Miss Majorette of Wisconsin and the North, as well as being a 2010 United States Goodwill Ambassador to Peru.
Passionate for the environment, Aryn works in renewable energy and sustainable agriculture. She is currently pursuing her Master's Degree in Environmental Conservation at the University of Wisconsin Madison.
"I have been twirling and dancing at RTC for 14 years. I am a part of the National Baton and Dance team as well as a soloist. I love the atmosphere that RTC has. Twirling here has given me “older sisters” that I know will always be there for me and along with that countless memories. I love teaching young classes and watching the kids grow up and become better athletes throughout their years at the studio."
"I have been part of Revolutions Twirling Club for 14 years as a baton twirler/dancer. My favorite class is the Halftime Production Routine. Not only does RTC teach a marvelous array of dance classes, but their production routines are spectacular. RTC has opened so many opportunities for us as students, such as performing for the Harlem Globetrotters, half time shows at our local high school, and even performing for the Milwaukee Bucks! I enjoy teaching young dancers so they can develop their skills and take advantage of the amazing performance opportunities that RTC provides!"
"I have been dancing at Revolutions Twirling Club
since 2007 have loved it ever since I started.
I am on the National Team for baton and dance.
I also help out at the studio weekly by assisting classes. I love teaching younger kids and watching them grow as a person and as an athlete.
It's nice to see so many dancers excited to learn and have fun!"
"I have been twirling and dancing Revolutions Twirling Club for 14 years. RTC has become my second home and my teammates have become my family. I love teaching at the studio because it is amazing to see the younger students progress and develop their twirling and dance technique. The smile on a student’s face when they catch a new trick is just priceless."
"I have been dancing and twirling at RTC for almost 13 years and have loved every second of it! I am a part of the National team as well as a soloist. Over my years at RTC I have made friendships and memories that will last a lifetime, as well as having lots of “big sisters” who are some of my best friends now. I love to teach the younger girls because it’s so cool to see them get excited to learn something new and grow as a dancer as well as a person!"