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Pop Up Class | Danyel Moulton

$20 per class A credit card is required to enroll but isn't charged until the time of service.
Bio: “ Danyel Moulton is a dancer/teacher/director and choreographer from Fullerton,CA. She graduated from UCLA in 2018 with a Bachelor’s degree in World Arts & Cultures/Dance and has her own competitive hip hop dance teams, LFG and V Mo. During this pandemic, her role from choreographer shifted to educator in the wake of all the social injustice going on both in the world and in the dance community. Her work now strives to create a safer and stronger dance community, resulting in her forming her own program D CON-4 in January 2021.”

Hip Hop Dance includes Afrodiasporic social dance and the dance form of Breaking. The choreography will include popular moves from past to present, such as the monastery and the woah. As a cultural era, Hip Hop emerged from the Black & Latiné youth of the 1970s originally in New York City. The five elements of Hip Hop are Deejaying, Emceeing, Graffiti, Breaking, and Knowledge. The popular dance form welcomes all to participate in living out the principles of peace, love, unity, and having fun!

Intermediate: For dancers who have mastered fundamentals up to Beginning/Intermediate and are ready for more challenging choreography that focuses more on detail and texture of movements taught at a quicker rate.

Advanced: For experienced dancers who want to advance to a professional level. These classes are taught at a proficient rate with exceptional attention to detail and texture of movement. A great place for dancers who are up for a challenge!

Choreography & Technique Classes focus on detailed choreography and technique. These classes typically involve more precise and challenging movements than the cardio classes.