Social dance style
Street Dance is a mixture of various dance genres and styles, ranging from hip hop style to break dance. Street Dance was born on the streets of cities, noisy roads and includes elements of jazz and classical dance. Rapid impulsive movements, unexpected transitions from a fast rhythm to smooth motion and unanticipated fading are common for this style.. Street Dance can be danced either as a couple or as one, or in the circle of the same admirers of modern dance. Incendiary music, simplicity and relaxed movements will not leave anyone indifferent who came to the festival or the Street Dance battle.
These dances are very good to develop the motor coordination, mechanical memory, strengthening the arms and legs muscles. In addition, you will learn to control your body, get self-confidence and get rid of negative energy, splashing your emotions out. The popularity of this dance style among the youth of all countries is enormous. The elements of Street Dance are used in creating the stage choreography for the most popular world-famous musical performers.
History of Street Dance
Street Dance originated in the 70s of the last century in the poor neighbourhoods of New York (Bronx ) and Los Angeles. For training dancers used to use hardboard sheet, laid out on the streets. Young people stood in a circle around this spontaneous micro-scene and in turns showed their achievements to their friends, mastering rather complex, acrobatic-rich street dances.
Training Options Available
Groups - (please, see our Group training schedule) or create your own Private group of friends, choose your own time and day.
Private training - one on one with the Instructor.
M/F Instructors to choose.
Main Ballroom or separate cosy studio for private sessions and small groups.
There are following Levels of dancing you can choose from based on your age group:
- Street Dance for kids (11+)
- Street Dance for adults (no previous dance experience required)
Your skill Level will increase the more you participate in trainings and practice the Dance Sport.
Suggestions To Other Dance Styles