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  OPEN

    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  OPEN

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    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 OPEN

    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

    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

    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.