Hip Hop

Kids and Teens

Let your child express themselves in this fast-paced, heart-thumping hip hop class!

First appearing in New York City in the 1970’s, hip hop has evolved into a range of musical and rhythmic styles. Our high-energy Hip Hop class gives your kids the chance to learn a mix of hip hop and street dance choreography.

Learn hip hop moves with structure Learn hip hop moves with structure Promote personal expression Promote personal expression Core exercise and freestyle techniques Core exercise and freestyle techniques

Interested in this class?

This class is appropriate for children and adults with a lot of energy that enjoy hip hop. Prior dance experience is not required. Classes vary by age.

Private and semi-private lesson also available.

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About The InstructorJavier “Spindian” Chavez

 Originally from Salt Lake City, Utah, Javier Chavez, aka Spindian, discovered breaking in the summer of 2008 when he came across B-boys having a practice session in the corner of a mall. After being amazed by seeing breaking done in person, he instantly knew that this would be the beginning of a life-long passion for him. He devoted his time in learning and understanding not only the movement of the dance, but also the culture that surrounded the art form. After moving to Florida in 2010, he dedicated all of his time to breaking and hip hop and went on to win many B-boy competitions in the state. Spindian started his professional career in 2012, when he joined Raw Miami Crew Entertainment, doing appearances in commercials and music videos for local artists as well as many shows and performances all across Florida. He went on to compete on a national and international level. Spindian is also member of “Supreme Beingz” crew and continues to take part in many competitions all around the U.S. today.

Laureen Elor

Laureen Elor was born and raised in Broward County, Florida. She began training at Tropical Elementary School where she studied musical theater and fine arts. At Seminole Middle School, Laureen added step, Hip-Hop, & Cheerleading to her skill set. This combination continued into high school, with the addition of culture dance classes at the African American Research Library. Junior year, Laureen transferred to North University High School where she continued her training and upon Graduation began working a part-time job as a Cheerleading Coach for America’s Leaders. She trained with them for a few years solidifying the fundamentals and techniques for stunts and tumbling. Once in college, Laureen moved her training to Joy Deco Enterprises, Inc. where she began her lessons in Ballet and Tap and taught ages 2-15, hip-hop, cheerleading, and gymnastics full-time. Since then, Laureen has been teaching all around the tri-county areas teaching all genres, molding her students, as well as herself, into the athletes of the millennium.

Javier “Spindian” ChavezLaureen Elor

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