6280 S Valley View Blvd

#110, Las Vegas, NV 89118




All Styles Hip Hop  This foundational Hip Hop class introduces the Old School Dance Styles of Popping, Locking, Breakin', & House.
Breakin B-boying, often called "breakdancing", is a popular style of street dance that was created and developed as part of hip-hop culture in New York City. The dance consists of four primary elements: toprock, downrock, freezes/suicides and power moves. It is danced to both Funk and other genres of music that are often remixed to prolong the musical breaks.
Contemporary Contemporary includes a full warm up, across the floor and/or center technique, choreography, and elements of structured improvisation. Drawing from various styles such as Ballet, Jazz, Modern, and even Hip Hop, this class challenges dancers to explore quality of movement, texture, musicality, and performance. Suitable for dancers with a solid background in any form of technical dance who are looking to improve their execution and adaptability. No special attire or shoes required.
Grooves Grooves teaches dancers the techniques of grooving, gliding, and body rolling for a smooth effortless style.
Heels Get your sexy on in your favorite pair of heels in this HEELS Choreography Class! We recommend bringing a few footwear options as you adjust to dancing in heels.
Hip Hop  Hip Hop dance refers to dance styles primarily danced to Hip Hop music or that have evolved as part of the Hip Hop culture. This includes a wide range of styles notably Breaking, Locking, and Popping. If you are new to hip hop dance we recommend that you start with Intro To Hip Hop.
House House is a group of club dance styles primarily danced to House music. Born in the Chicago club scene, House evolved and expanded in the clubs of New York. The main styles include Footwork, Jacking, and Lofting. Like Hip Hop dance it is often improvisational in nature. It emphasizes fast and complex foot oriented steps combined with fluid movements in the torso. House dance incorporates movements from many other sources such as Capoeira, Tap, Jazz, Bebop, and Salsa. It includes a variety of techniques and sub-styles that include skating, stomping, and shuffling.
Krump Krump is a style of dance that originated in the African-American community of South Central Los Angeles, California. It involves elaborate face-painting and freestyle dance moves usually performed in competition with other crews. Krump is characterized by free, expressive, exaggerated, and highly energetic movement involving the arms, head, legs, chest, and feet. Krump started as a way to escape gang life and to release anger, aggression and frustration positively, in a non-violent way.
Popping These dance styles include the Robot, Waving and Tutting. However, Popping is distinct from Breaking and Locking, with which it is often confused. A Popping dancer is commonly referred to as a Popper. As one of the earliest Funk Styles, Popping is closely related to Hip Hop dancing.
Urban  Urban Choreo- aka: Stylized Hip Hop, Lyrical Hip Hop….these are many names for this passionate, new dance style. The motivation comes from the individual dancer’s interpretation of the selected piece of music. Most often choreographed to ballads, driven by the lyrics rather than the beat. Reminiscent of Contemporary dance, with more emphasis on style than technique.

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