Break Dance

Break Dance emerged in the 70’s, and is a street dance style set to hip hop, funk or breakbeats. Breakdancing is also known as B-boying or... Read More

Hip Hop

Hip Hop dance originated in New York amongst young Hispanic and African American communities during the late 1960’s, and has now grown to encompass a... Read More


House is a social dance that emphasizes fast and complex footwork, combined with fluid upper body movements. The main elements include “Footwork“, “Jacking“, and “Lofting“, and is primarily... Read More


Popping is a highly technical dance style that involves isolations, rhythm and intense body control. It will often include a quick flex of the muscles to the... Read More

Freestyle & Battles

Freestyle dance is improvised movement where a dancer can choose how to express how they perceive the music. One of the only limitations that apply... Read More


Waacking originated in the late 60’s/early 70’s in Los Angeles, where the basic action of “Whacking” or “Shoo-ing” people away was this style’s most basic... Read More


Locking is a fun and upbeat style of dance created by Don ‘Campbellock’ Campbell in Los Angeles during the 70’s. Locking consists of many soul... Read More


Krump started in the early 2000’s and was created by two well-known dancers named Tight Eyez and Big Mijo. The dance style itself is very... Read More


Grooving is a non-choreo hip hop based dance class that teaches musicality and the basic movements of hip hop, without the intricacy of choreography. Grooving... Read More