THE BEAUTY OF THIS SPORT LIES IN THE FACT THAT THERE ARE NO RULES THAT DEFINE WHAT CAN BE CALLED B-BOYING.
What is it?
Breaking, also called breakdancing or b-boying/b-girling is an athletic style of street dance. While diverse in the amount of variation available in the dance, breakdancing mainly consists of four kinds of movement: top rock, down a rock, power moves, and freezes. Breakdancing is typically set to songs containing drum breaks, especially in hip-hop, funk, soul music, and breakbeat music, although modern trends allow for much wider varieties of music along with certain ranges of tempo and beat patterns.
What do we teach?
- Learn top-rock, down-rock, power moves, and freezes.
- Simple warm-up steps require immense stretching and strength that in turn help in improving flexibility.
- Learn leaps and twists strengthen your muscle.
- Develops strength because most of the movements resist against your weight.
- Improve your endurance level
Who can take this program?
Ideal for kids over 7 years. Considered as sports and be included as in the Olympic program, Breakdancing is catching up amongst the youths.
What are the takeaways?
6 hours of intensive sessions per month | Seasoned artists and movement art specialists | Opportunity to perform for stage shows | Syllabus based classes with predefined modules | Certification by end of the course
What to wear?
You should be able to move comfortably in all directions without feeling constricted. Some choices for pants are sweats (preferred), Jeans (as long as you can move your legs), shorts (may need knee pads if you're uncomfortable dancing on your knees. You can try running shoes or anything light. Don't wear boots ir any heavy shoes. Avoid flip flops or sandals
4 Classes/Month | Every Saturdays | 9:00 - 10:30 AM
Drop-in: Rs. 700 | Monthly Rs. 2500 | Quarterly Rs. 6500 (Includes performace, assessment and certificate)
Book a free demo
To book a free trial, click this link and choose the day of the week and dance style.
*Prerequisite Note: Before your child can sign up for the class, parents must approve their consent by signing the indemnity form