Class Description – Dance

Hip-Hop

Hip-hop is a popular, energetic dance style, usually danced to hip hop music, that evolved from the hip-hop culture. Classes will encourage students to step outside the box by bringing their own individual style and personality to the movements. Hip hop dance requires students to have the strength and stamina to successfully perform moves. Therefore class includes upper and lower body conditioning as well as a rigorous warm-up to help prepare students for more intense movements.

Hip-Hop dance basics, rhythm training and choreography are among those taught in class. 

Reggae

Reggae is a musical phenomenon that has profoundly influenced global popular musical culture. Jamaican music is organically tied to dance and the body. There is no popular music without dance steps.

Reggae dance may yield sensuality and freedom. If you are looking to improve muscle tone in your legs and stomach, reggae dancing should be your choice.

K-Pop Dance

K-Pop Dance is a choreography-based class taught to popular Korean Pop music. Inspired by the flashy costumes and cool accessories, K-Pop dance is fun and engaging at the same time. Fans of K-Pop dance will definitely love the catchy tunes accompanied with viral moves in this class.

Street Jazz

Considered by some as a sub-dance style or variation of Hip-Hop, Street Jazz dance has several forms. The most popular fusion consists mainly of Hip-Hop dance, Contemporary dance and Jazz dance. A dance form that focuses on versatility, Street Jazz will bring out the dancer in you. 

Waacking

Waacking is a form of dance created in the LGBT clubs of Los Angeles, during the 1970s era. It consists of moving the arms to the music beat typically in a movement of the arms over and behind the shoulder. Waacking also contains other elements such as posing and footwork.

Waacking puts a strong emphasis on musicality and interpretation of the music and its rhythm. It also took inspiration stylistically from movie stars such as Lauren Bacall, Marlene Dietrich, Bette Davis and James Dean.