Dance Styles

Every street style has its foundation, music, and vibe.
Find what styles suit your needs and energy!

Hip Hop

Hip Hop

Hip Hop stands for "cool movement", which basically says everything about style. In this class you will learn a foundations of hip hop grooves, moves, musicality, and how to combine it all to create hip hop freestyle. Music genre: Hip Hop, Rap, R`n`B Recommended additional class: Movement Development, Urban Choreography

Waacking

Waacking

Waacking is one of the most expressive dance styles on the street style dance scene. Waacking is acting, feeling, and grace! In this class you will learn how to develop character, performance, and funky groove.
Music genre: disco, pop, house music Recommended additional class: Movement Development

Break Dance

Break Dance

Break Dance, also called breaking or b-boying/b-girling is an athletic style of street dance. Break Dance consists of four different elements: top rock, footwork, power Trix, power move which develops different parts of body muscles.
Music genre: funk, break beats, hip hop
Recommended additional class: Movement Development

Urban Choreography

Urban Choreography

Urban Choreography is a community, and lifestyle revolving around choreographed pieces and performances by a dancer or groups of dancers. Choreography is influenced by several different dance styles.
Music genre: Hip Hop, R`n`B, Rap, Dancehall, House
Recommended additional classes: hip hop, movement development, waacking, break dance.

Movement Development

Movement Development

Movement Development is the alphabet for every style. This class is getting really popular in Los Angeles, California. Next Move Dance is the first studio implementing this class in BC Canada. This class consists of: body control, 5 elements of dance exploration, isolations, creativity, usage of space and etc. These topics will be beneficial for any dancer of any style.
Music Genre: mix of various music genres
Recommended additional style: any style you are passionate about.

Popping

Popping

Popping is a street dance adapted out of the earlier Boogaloo cultural movement in Oakland, California. The dance is rooted through the rhythms of live funk music, and is based on the technique of Boogaloo's posing approach, quickly contracting and relaxing muscles to cause a jerk or can be a sudden stop in the dancer's body, referred to as a pose, pop or a hit. This is done continuously to the rhythm of a song in combination with various movements and poses. It was popularized by a Fresno & Long Beach-based dance group called the Electric Boogaloos that mixed popping techniques to boogaloo.

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