ALCO ~ Adult Learning Center Osceola

Dance Classes

 

Dance Studio Slides

Hip Hop

Hip Hop is seen primarily on TV during rap and R & B music videos. It is a form that evolved out of street and break dancing moves, and is characterized by its vigorous athletics and bouncy style. Hip Hop is danced primarily to Hip Hop, Rap and R & B music, and knee pads are needed for all levels above basic. It is a high-energy class where coordination, style, and musicality is emphasized as well as street funk and personal style.

  Hip Hop 1 Elementary level building on basic Hip Hop techniques.  This class is designed to gain strength, technique and speed.
    Status  CLOSED for FALL

    Day/Time See Calendar
    Instructor Ms. Payton

  Hip Hop  2 Secondary level requiring students to correctly execute material learned in the elementary level.  Students continue to learn, working for speed and complexity as well as proper technique.
    Status  CLOSED for FALL

    Day/Time See Calendar
    Instructor Ms. Tena (Monday) / Ms. Payton (Wednesday)

  Hip Hop  3 Intermediate level requiring both technical ability and strength.  This class is designed for students with many years of training.
    Status CLOSED for FALL

    Day/Time See Calendar
    Instructor Ms. Payton

  Hip Hop  4 Advanced-beginning level requiring both technical ability and strength.  This class is designed for students with many years of training.
    Status OPEN for FALL

    Day/Time See Calendar
    Instructor Ms. Tena

  Hip Hop  5 Advanced level requiring both technical ability and strength.  This class is designed for students with many years of training.
    Status OPEN for FALL

    Day/Time See Calendar
    Instructor Ms. Tena
 

Dress code for all Hip Hop classes is any color Leotard and Tights.  Shorts, sweats or jazz pants are permitted.  Hip Hop 1 classes wear regular tennis shoes (clean plain black tennis shoes will be required for shows) and Hip Hop 2, 3, and 4 require the black jazz sneakers.