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B-Boys

"I don't believe B Boying is a natural talent. It's the drive to improve that matters." ”
– Bboy Katsu

If you are looking to sign up for a class where you can express your own individual style of break dancing, while still learning dance as part of a group, then our bboy classes are perfect for you! B Boying is meant for driven students looking to elevate and perfect their style by working on fundamentals in footwork, drops, floor work and freezes. B Boying is a great choice if you are determined, looking to have fun, be fearless, and focus! Bboy is meant to express yourself, and step away from the traditional foundations seen in other forms of dance.

If you are looking to sign up for a class where you can express your own individual style of breakdancing, while still learning dance as part of a group, then our hip hop tech classes are perfect for you! Hip hop tech is meant for driven students looking to elevate and perfect their style by working on fundamentals in footwork, drops, floorwork and freezes. Hip hop tech is a great choice if you are determined, looking to have fun, be fearless, and focus! Hip hop is meant to express yourself, and step away from the traditional foundations seen in other forms of dance.

Similar to our other hip hop classes, this course allows each student to explore their own individual style of breaking, while still learning to dance as part of a group. Work hard to gain strength and safely perform powerful acrobatic moves, spins, jumps, freezes, flips and suicides! Students will gradually learn to participate in battle rituals, freestyle circles, and commando routines.

Through this experimenting with movements, the dance moves known as popping and locking were created. Bboy became a unique blend of East and West coast America, creating the very broad genre that is BBoy. From the 90’s Running Man, to the 2000’s Soulja Boy dance, BBoy became known as dance style that is based on freestyle, that is heavily influenced by the music and its rhythm. Today, modern hip hop can include many sub-styles, such as lyrical hip hop and jazz funk. Regardless of the specific bboy style, this style requires focus, strength, can incorporates highly technical elements and moves, athleticism, and a desire to experiment.

Similar to our other hip hop classes, the Bboy course allows each student to explore their own individual style of breaking, while still learning to dance as part of a group. Work hard to gain strength and safely perform powerful acrobatic moves, spins, jumps, freezes, flips and suicides! Students will gradually learn to participate in battle rituals, freestyle circles, and commando routines.

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