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Hip Hop

Hip Hop
This class teaches a more structured form of street dance often found in music videos that is appropriate for young dancers. It is designed to teach coordination, strength, agility and endurance. Classes will focus on learning popular techniques as well as dance combinations and choreography. Advanced levels may require instructor approval.
Athletic shorts or pants, loose fitting t-shirt, tennis shoes, and hair pulled back off of face.

Hip Hop Tricking
The class will work Hip Hop tricking skills such as running man headstands, handstand hops, windmill to push-up, headsprings, handsprings, butterfly, B-Twists, Corks, UFO’s, etc.

Hip Hop Tots
Hip-Hop Tots is a fun high energy class that lays a good foundation in Hip-Hop while exposing the students to a variety of Hip-hop styles. The movements and exercises will develop greater body awareness, flexibility, strength & control as well as musicality. The dance choreography will further develop musicality, style, and performance personality. Students will also be given an encouraging opportunity to express their freestyle movements, fostering their own unique style and building their self-confidence as the class cheers them on. From this exciting class, a student may continue to study Hip-Hop with a good base to build on, and they will have also have developed skills that will be helpful in other styles of dance.

Hip Hop and Tumble
This class combines hip hop technique and basic tumbling.
Athletic shorts, fitted t-shirt or tank top, tennis shoes, and hair pulled back off face.

Cheer Hip Hop
This class prepares and refines skills for cheerleading. Classes combine hip hop technique, cheer jumps and tricks, as well as basic tumbling.
Athletic shorts, fitted t-shirt or tank top, tennis shoes, and hair pulled back off face.

B-Boy/B-Girl
A style of street dance that originated among African-American and Puerto Rican-American youths in New York City during the early 1970s. While diverse in the amount of variation available in the dance, this dance consists of four kinds of movement: toprock, downrock, power moves, and freezes. Typically danced to hip-hop and especially breakbeats, although modern trends allow for much wider varieties of music along certain ranges of tempo and beat patterns.

Boys Hip Hop
A class strictly for boys interested in hip hop styles. This class teaches a more structured form of street dance that is appropriate for young dancers.
Athletic shorts or pants, loose fitting t-shirt, and tennis shoes.