Created on the same dancefloor as breaking, Hip Hop dance is a combination of bounces, rocks, and grooves. A party style of dance that laid the foundation for all the viral dance moves we see trending around the world.
The original style of Hip Hop dance from the Bronx, New York in the '70s. Breaking is an array of top rocks, go downs, footwork, freezes, and powermoves. An athletic style of dance built on originality, authenticity, style, identity, and one-upmanship.
Some of the deepest emotions on display. Contemporary dance is a flow of moves that draw from Ballet, Jazz, and other styles. An expressive style of dance that connects feelings to movement.
Originating in the underground clubs of Chicago and New York, House incorporates movements from Tap, African dance, Latin dance, and other styles. A step pattern style of dance that highlights freedom, improvisation, and musical connection.
From Broadway stages to music videos, Jazz Funk is a subgenre of Jazz that is influenced by other styles like Hip Hop and Wacking. An iconic style of dance that is both fun and fiery.
Sexy and sensual, feminine and powerful. These moves have you stepping, twisting, and turning into beautiful lines and poses with your body This wardrobe-specific style harbours your confidence on heels.
K-POP / J-POP
Combining Eastern traditions with Western influence to form the global music phenomenon that is K-Pop and J-Pop. K-Pop and J-Pop dance are routines to popular artists and groups like BTS and Blackpink. These routines are always fun and catchy.
FILIPINO FOLK DANCE
OPEN STYLE CHOREOGRAPHY
Choreographed routines drawn from different styles of dance and choreographer experience.
More styles to be announced.