The term breakdancing refers to a style of hip-hop dancing that first appeared in the 1970s. Sometimes known as b-boying, b-girling, or breaking, breakdancing was made popular by African American and Latin American teens. Breakdancing is one of the most improvisational dance styles, allowing for each dancer to customize his or her routine with athleticism and imagination.
However, since many breakdancers have created moves that borrow from gymnastics and martial arts, upper body strength is often considered a necessity. This is the only class where we allow students under the age of 18 years, with parental consent.
The class is an open level class, where “BURNZ” sees to each students’ individual capabilities, teaching them either basic steps, or advanced freezes.