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Int. Hip Hop Foundation

Hip Hop includes Afrodiasporic social dances 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!

Foundation Classes will provide dancers with the fundamental grooves and dance moves to improve their form. Foundations empower beginner students to gain a more comfortable grasp on basic movement concepts while also encouraging intermediate & advanced students to build upon the material.

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.

*This class may contain Adult/Mature Content, such as choreography and/or music selection*