Break Dance Summer Series: Foundations Camp (Level 1)
This camp teaches the essential beginner movements for a safe introduction to breakdancing while also teaching the history and terminology. Alongside a light workouts, students build their confidence with performance experience. NOTE: My “Beginner Break Dance (Age 7-12)” one-time class is a prerequisite.
Lima (Confidence Crew)
1120 total reviews for this teacher
106 reviews for this class
Completed by 249 learners
Twice per week
over 4 weeks
learners per class
per learner - per class
How does a “Multi-Day” course work?
Meets multiple times at scheduled times
Live video chats, recorded and monitored for safety and quality
Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher
Great for engaging projects and interacting with diverse classmates from other states and countries
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2nd reminder: My “Beginner Break Dance (Age 7-12)” one-time class is a prerequisite. Students will learn the basic beginner elements to breakdancing alongside safety tips, game exercises, and choreography using the moves they learn. Classes begin with a warm-up, continue with learning new moves for the weekly element, and progress with learning steps to choreography using the moves they're learning. Worksheet breaks are taken throughout class to maximize their learning through my "Bodies at...
By the end of class students will - tie together new moves confidently - Adapt more comfortably in a dance setting - Perform choreography with the moves they learn
I traveled around the world (40+ countries) while teaching and learning from the local dancers. Also, I was mentored by a world renown breakdancer while living in Korea for three years. This mentorship mixed with my experience and personal training has made me particularly knowledgeable and skilled in the topic.
All "homework" is referred to as "training" to reinforce the goal of building skills rather than the negative connotation that the word "work" has. Daily training is to update their choreography worksheets and practice with the supplementary recap videos the teacher provides in the classroom.
2 files available upon enrollmentStudents will need - a comfortable pair of indoor shoes (to protect their feet) - clothes they can move in (no over-sized clothing, no skirts, no dresses) - clear space to dance (non-carpet preferred, but not necessary) - distance from camera to so I can see their heads and feet are correctly doing the moves - Beanie style hat - folder to hold worksheets - yoga mat (optional)
Learner progress is assessed by how well they demonstrate the moves and combine them without pause. Additionally, the students will get to showcase their progress by learning a brief routine (less than a minute).
1 hour 50 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 1 - 2 hours per week outside of class.
Music is a mix of hip-hop and funk, but has been screened for appropriate lyrics. Wrist warm-ups/exercises will be required for learning/practicing the bottomrock moves. It is also advisable that students should wear comfortable shoes (sneakers) and clothes for dancing (not oversized). As well, students should have a clear open space for dancing and a distance from the computer that allows me to see them from head to toe in order to ensure they're doing the moves properly. A water bottle is also required for brief breaks. See "Learner Supply List" for an itemized list.
Lima (Confidence Crew)
Dance Instructor/ Performance Artist/ Motivation Coach
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
1120 total reviews
457 completed classes
My breakdance classes are structured to build skills, confidence, and fitness habits from the comfort of your home. Safety is a top priority so my camps follow a skill hierarchy to make sure they learn the proper safety tips as they grow as...