Learn to dance from our hip-hop dance tutorials, taught by the best dance teachers, including combinations, exercises, and warm-ups for any skill level.

Exercises

The Wave and Body Roll

This exercise is about learning the wave. You will learn isolations in the arms and learn to connect them into one fluid movement. 

Combinations

Let's Get it Right

This combo is great to start stepping into your performance side. We want to think big, clean movement with an edge! Don't be afraid to dress the part as you get the choreography down. The verse is...

Combinations

Sunflower

This is a beginner hip hop combo where we will put together basic grooves into a routine. We will travel through the space, and practice moves on both sides of the body.

Exercises

Beach Time Dance Time

This groove can be done in a million ways. The focus is on the legs being in a plié, then stepping out with each foot.

Exercises

Hits, Sticking & Popping

Understanding how to make your body stop sharply, and staccato.

Combinations

I'm In Control

Hip Hop/Jazz Funk influenced with Jamaican Dancehall grooves. This combo is a relaxed take on grooves, with a lot of core action great for sculpting the mid section.

Exercises

Chest Isolation

This exercise will help you learn to use your core which is very important to your growth as a dancer especially in hip hop.

Combinations

You Gotta Not

This is such a great song! This is a very, fun and upbeat combination for beginner dancers. This dance focuses on high energy movement, with a blend of "trendy" moves.

Exercises

Bounce and Grooves

This exercise is to root you and ground you. To help you understand how it feels to bounce and absorb the ground, while staying in the pocket.

Combinations

Jam

The combination is a fun, upbeat piece that will challenge your musicality, strength, and space.

Exercises

Making Use of Your Space

These 2 eight counts will help you use your space - right and left and levels - up and down with your full body. Prepare to dance out of your box and comfort zone!