|At Star Dance School we provide you with structured
and fun dance classes that will also give you a great
We always start the class with a warm up. This includes
stretching, a brief review of what we taught in the
previous class, and some basic figures and footwork
you'll need for the rest of the class.
The review and the footwork will be the basis for the
rest of the class. This means that if this is your first
lesson, you'll be able to follow the rest of the class
You will have to be patient - you won't become the
greatest b-boy or b-girl in one lesson, but you will
learn more each lesson you attend and eventually
develop an excellent choreography and even your own
Our talented, energetic, and friendly instructors will
have you breakdancing in no time at all.
|Star Dance School Newton location studio address: 50 Winchester St, Newton MA, 02461. Phone #: 617-202-9200. Email: email@example.com.
Salsa group classes, Salsa, Bachata, Latin dance group classes are available every day. Please call us to reserve a spot in the dance classes of your choice!
New group dance classes could be added per your request.
Dance lessons are available in Salsa, Bachata, Merengue, Hustle, Swing, Mambo, Cha Cha Cha, Rumba, Samba, Jive, Pasodoble, Waltz, Tango, Foxtrot,
Quickstep, Ballroom and Latin dancing, and other popular dances and styles.
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|Breakdancing, breaking, b-boying, or b-girling is a
popular style of street dance that was born and
developed as part of hip-hop culture among African
Americans and Latino youths in Bronx, New York in
the 1970's. As a hip-hop dance, it is usually danced
to hip hop music, and incorporates intricate body
movements, strong acrobatic moves, coordination,
style, spontaneity, and fashion. The dancers often
participate in battles, formal or informal dance
competitions between two or more individuals or