Hip hop is a style deeply rooted in culture. It began in the streets and has made its way to the commercial and entertainment world. As the world of hip hop expands, so does its style.
(ages 9 and up)
The class includes a warm-up which concentrates on building stamina, improving strength and flexibility, body conditioning and rhythm isolations. Level 1 also focuses on building a foundation of basic hip-hop movements, across the floor exercises and short combinations.
(ages 11 and up)
This class places more emphasis on body conditioning and transitions. Students will focus on developing rhythms, exploring syncopation, and executing a series of challenging combinations.
(ages 13 and up)
This class is for advanced dancers with a strong understanding and ability to perform traditional hip-hop movements. Students will continue to develop body strength, flexibility and stamina and will be challenged to learn and recall advanced choreography from week to week.
Hip Hop Dress Code (all levels)
- Athletic t-shirt or fitted tank
- Athletic shorts or sweat pants
- Clean sneakers or tennis shoes that have not been worn outside
- Hair must be pulled off the face in a ponytail or similar style