CLASSES

MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY SATURDAY
8:30 - 9:25 - Body Boost
15:45 - 16:25 - Kids dance 3-5 years
15:45 - 16:25 - Kids dance 6-8 years
16:30 - 17:25 - Hip Hop 9-12 years beginner
16:00- 16:55 - Breaking
16:30 - 17:25 - Hip Hop 9-12 years beginner
16:30 - 17:25 - Hip Hop 9-12 years advanced
17:30 - 18:25 - Afrobeat 9-12 years
17:00 - 17:55 - Hip Hop beginner
17:30 - 18:25 - Hip Hop/Commercial beginner
17:30 - 18:25 - House
18:30 - 19:25 - Afrobeat
18:00 - 18:55 - Grown & Groovy beginner
18:30 - 19:25 - Hip Hop/Commercial advanced
18:30 - 19:25 - Choreo Class advanced
19:30 - 20:25 - Freestyle
19:00 - 20:30 - Contemporary
19:30 - 20:30 - Grown & Groovy advanced
19:30 - 20:25 - Closed Class

CLASS DESCRIPTIONS:

Afrobeat:

Afrobeat originates mainly from Sub-Saharan Africa and is based on Afrobeat music, it is created from traditional African dance styles.

Breaking:

The original hip hop dance style, out of New York. Breaking, is a powerful and acrobatic dance, that largely consists of floor work, freezes and a combination of basic steps

Kids DANCE:

This class alternates between classical dance steps, rhythm exercises and small series to upbeat and fun music. This ensures there is room for princesses, superheroes, ballet dancers, ninjas, etc.

Choreo Class:

A dynamic mix of steps and movements inspired by hip hop and commercial styles where the focus will be on technique, choreography and professional performance.

Contemporary:

A powerful combination of elements from several dance genres, such as modern, jazz and classical ballet.

Groove Class:

With a constant flow of foundational steps, primarily inspired by Hip Hop and Street Dance cultures, this class is both fundamental, fun and good cardio training.

Hip Hop:

One of the most coveted dance styles across the globe. Hip Hop dance is performed to hip hop music and is part of an entire culture. It is created in New York, and inspired by breaking, pop, locking and street dance cultures.

Hip Hop/Commercial:

A fiery performance focused class with steps and combinations that vibrate with TV, movies and stage energy.

House:

This club dance is performed to rhythmic and bass-heavy electronic house music, while playing with rhythms and variations of steps.