Breakdancing, also called breaking, b-boying, and b-girling, is a contemporary urban street dance associated with hip hop. For over 40 years, kids have been drawn to the style, flair, and groove of this dance. In Canada, you should have no problem finding a class near you. Read more
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Traditional (multi activity)
Breakdancing involves lots of athletic body movements, including spins, and arm and leg movements. It also has very specific moves which have received tons of exposure in movies, television, music videos, the internet, and other digital media. These include the following:
Your child will be taught some of the moves by a trained instructor. They’ll also practice breakdancing routines on their own and in groups. And, they may participate in group performances in front of family and friends.
Your child will receive many benefits from a breakdance lesson. These include the following:
There are lots of breakdance lessons and classes in Canada, including in Toronto, Mississauga, Windsor, Guelph, and Orangeville. These include summer, winter, after school, during March and winter break, during passover, and on PA days.
Above, we list breakdance lessons and classes. Some of these classes take place in a dedicated dance program, while others are offered in a traditional camp along with other sports, arts, and education activities.
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