Bring your dancing shoes and join us in ICE-ography I, a 1 hour class where you will be guided through a choreographed dance and pole routine. Each week you will build on a dance routine using basic movements that are influenced from various dance/movement practices, including ballet, pole, Latin, modern, etc…. Each month the routines will change so that students will continue to learn new movement. More than just a dance class, ICE-ography I is designed to help you discover a larger range of body movement and to begin to understand emotionality and musicality in dance; both receptively and creatively. You will also learn to identify beat and tempo and how to use all of these skills in creating choreographed dance. So whether you are participating just for fun or because you are interested in competing or performing in the future, ICE-ography I will help you understand the basics. Shoes are strongly recommended for this class.
Expand your understanding of dance in ICE-ography II, the next step in choreography. Like ICE-ography I, this is a 1 hour class where you will be guided through a choreographed dance and pole routine that you will build on week to week, but on a more advanced level. Routines will change on a monthly basis so that students will continue to be challenged and learn new movement and combinations. ICE-ography II will enable you to become more connected to your body movement with increased fluidity and it’s a great cardio workout too. This class will also help you to improve your stage presence, and understand how to piece together a routine, while becoming more musically and emotionally connected to a performance driven dance. Shoes are strongly recommended for this class.
Want a higher energy class and a chance to learn Hip Hop technique? Here’s your chance! Open to ALL levels, our “ICE”ography Hip Hop in Heels class consists of a full body warm-up sequence, isolation combinations, followed by a sexy hip hop dance choreography and improvisation techniques. No prior dance experience is needed.
The class will work on the same choreography for a few weeks before learning new material in order to give students a chance to get comfortable with the steps and add their own style to the movement.