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Breakdance Olympics!

In honor of Breakdancing going to the 2024 Olympics I'll be hosting a class where students get to compete in Olympic style games with a breakdance theme! Each game focuses on a different skill as students compete for the gold!
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55 minutes

per class

Meets once

7-7

year olds

3-8

learners per class

per learner

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Class Experience

By the end of class students will
- Have games to train with at home
- Learn about the history the Olympics and Breakdancing share
- Feel more confident in the category they won or know where to focus their next training.
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. 
Training is to use the olympic game at home to practice and train with the skill that it focuses on. 
Students 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
- yoga mat (optional)
55 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time 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. 

Teacher

Lima (Confidence Crew)
🇺🇸
Lives in the United States
Dance Instructor/ Performance Artist
1090 total reviews
446 completed classes

About Me

I mainly offer dance classes where students learn easy dance moves, build their confidence, and have fun while exercising! I've been dancing for 15 years and teaching classes/workshops since 2011. 

I also offer hip-hop classes ranging from... 
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