What is HIP - HOP all about?
Hip-hop dance is not a studio derived style. It is comparatively younger than ballet, ballroom dance, and modern dance and it was developed in urban neighborhoods without a formal process. Locking, popping, and electric boogaloo-collectively referred to as the funk styles-were created by Black Americans in California. All these dance styles are different stylistically. They share common ground in their music and street origins, and is their freestyle nature which defines hip-hop dance. The dance industry in particular responded with a studio based version of hip-hop-sometimes called jazz funk. These styles were developed by technically trained dancers who wanted to create choreography for hip-hop music from the hip-hop dances they saw being performed on the street. Because of this development, hip-hop dance is now practiced at both studios and outside spaces.

Why learn?
Hip hop is usually danced to hip hop music. Hip hop music is a combination od several cultures, including jazz, rock, tap and American and Latino cultures. Hip hop is a very energetic form of dancing. It is unique in that it allows its dancers to perform with freedom of movement, adding in their own personalities. To some, hip-hop dance may only be a form of entertainment or a hobby. To others it has become a lifestyle: a way to be active in physical fitness or competitive dance and a way to make a living by dancing professionally.

What are the benefits?
  • If you love Hip hop and R&B music, you will really enjoy this dance form.
  • It is freestyle- helps you express yourself.
  • Is very energetic - looks great and helps you keep looking better & better.

  • We offer modern hip hop like bboying, locking, poping, breaking, tutting, lyrical and steet hip hop, etc at different learning levels- beginner, elementary, intermediate, advance.