Feb. 4th from 4-6pm
Join AYYEDEESMM coming in town from Cleveland for this AMAZING & INSPIRING Workshop!!
Cost: $15 per class or $25 for both Popping & Animation.
Open to all levels. And we mean it… ALL LEVELS! Whether you’re a beginner that’s always been interested in hip hop, someone that wants a couple moves for the dance floor, or a practicing dancer looking to dig deeper, this workshop is for you!
With this combo workshop, you will learn the basics, foundation, groove, and history/ origins of the Funkstyle dance, known as “Popping”.You will also learn the styles and skills within the character dance known as “Animation”.
You will be challenged, but certainly enjoy, both Popping and Animation techniques including: The Pop, Boogaloo, Footwork, Waving, Puppeting, Strutting, and various other skills.
This workshop will also teach you how to integrate these skills into your own body to create a personalized, unique, and one of a kind style.
Be ready to share and demonstrate through a cypher and showcase, allowing you to step into your own creativity and concentration. Through repetition and format, you will be taught how to train effectively and efficiently. And really, you will learn how most the moves being taught are important to dance and are parallel to life, in general.
So, come to grove, come to get down!!
To make a reservation, please email email@example.com or call 419-601-9163.
SO EXCITED!!!! Let’s DO this, Toledo!!!
>>>About the instructors<<<
10K ( Sam ) and Atlas ( Austin ) are two pieces of the four part Cleveland based Hip-Hop collaborative AYYEDEESMM, built around the foundations and major styles of the Hip-Hop culture. 10K and Atlas have been dancing together for over 8 years, experimenting with different styles of Hip-Hop and modern dance while focusing mainly on “Popping”. They’ve traveled and competed in battles across the east coast like Step Ya Game up in New York and Slick City in Chicago, and have trained with and learned from some of the most influential dancers associated with the style. While still students of the form themselves, they look to teach and inspire as much as they can.