Teen Hip Hop Dance Classes
- Learn the latest moves in our Greenwood Teen Hip Hop dance studio.
- Whether you are a new beginner or advanced dancer, you'll learn the dance steps that you see all of the big stars dancing. Moira, one of ADI's popular hip-hop dance teachers, has studied with Emmy Award winning choreographers Tabbitha & Napoleon and with Luther Brown of the hit TV show So You Think You Can Dance.
- Our dance instructors will break it down into easy hip hop dance lessons.
- This energetic class starts with a thorough warm up to build core strength and body control, a break down the latest funk and hip-hop moves, followed by lots of choreography to develop your expressive abilities. We teach at your pace. We give you personal attention so you'll progress faster.
- Learning to dance is not hard in our hip hop dance studios. You are going to love your class and look so good!
Fall 2017 Class Schedule
Session begins September 18, 2017
Registration opens August 7!
Teen Hip Hop Studio Greenwood
Junior/Teen Hip Hop I
Sunday, 1:30-2:30PM, Abby Zimmerman, Studio #2
Junior/Teen Intermediate Hip Hop
Wednesday, 5:15-6:15PM, Moira Bugler, Studio #1
Saturday, 3:00-4:00PM, Abby Zimmerman, Studio #1
Teen/Adult Hip Hop I
New Beginners Ages 15+
Tuesday, 5:45-6:45PM, Abby Zimmerman, Studio #2
Sunday, 4:30-5:30PM, Tracey Wong, Studio #1
Teen/Adult Hip Hop II
Tuesday, 6:45-7:45PM, Abby Zimmerman, Studio #2
Sunday, 3:30-4:30PM, Tracey Wong, Studio #1
Teen Hip Hop Studio Magnolia
Junior/Teen Hip Hop I Classes
New Students Ages 11-14
Sunday, 2:45-3:45PM, Margaret Behm
The Fall Session Starts September 18.
Teen hip-hop dance class at American Dance Institute. 30 seconds
Teen Hip Hop Dance Classes: Finding great classes!
You're looking for Seattle fun teen hip hop dance class, but how do you find a good one? What questions do you ask? Here are some tips.
- Look for non-competitive dance classes where everyone is friendly and you'll always feel welcome.
- A class where the teacher understands that the pace of the class has to be good for you is essential.
- Does the dance studio have specially designed 'sprung' wood floors that 'give' to protect your feet and ankles. Avoid studios with regular wood floors and heaven forbid, run, run away from dance studios with concrete floors... OUCH!
- Only attend a school having customer accommodating policies like a 100% money back guarantee if you don't like your class for any reason.
- Most importantly look for a school that has expert dance teachers who know how to give your child personalized attention so they will progress faster.
We wrote a quick read guide: 10 Top Questions to Ask A Dance School-Before You Give Them Your Money. It's FREE here.
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I'm having a Blast!
I want to tell you that ADI's Hip Hop dance classes are fantastic. Cameo is amazing. She is great at teaching to the mid-line of abilities in the room while motivating and encouraging the students in a very warm and genuine manner. I am having a blast!
Sabine comes home so happy...
Sabine comes home so happy after the evening class with Cameo - it is exactly what she wants. She totally gets into the dance and then just glows.
"Just like in the best schools, the quality of the teacher makes all the difference."
Moira Bugler has over 22 years of experience teaching, coaching and performing hip hop. Her passion for hip hop dance began in college as a member, coach and choreographer of the Elite Hip Hop performance team at Oregon State University. Moira has trained with hip hop greats Napoleon & Tabitha, and also Luther Brown of the hit TV show 'So You Think You Can Dance.'
Tracey Wong is a street-style dancer, choreographer, and community event curator. She is currently the co-director of the Hip Hop company, Studio 3, and is also apart of the CRUW, an all-female dance crew. When she attended the University of Washington, she was the captain of the UW Hip Hop Student Association Dance Team.
Originally from Fort Collins, CO, Margaret holds a BFA in Dance and a Minor in Women & Gender Studies from the University of Colorado Boulder. She has been a member of Louder than Words Dancetheatre in Denver, CO and most recently with Keshet Dance Company in Albuquerque, NM.
Abby holds a B.F.A. from Cornish College of the Arts, Seattle, WA and is a certified pilates mat instructor. Abigail has performed with 127th St. Dance, and has danced at the Astoria Music Festival on multiple occasions. She has performed works by local Seattle choreographers Donald Byrd, Dayna Hanson, Jamie Karlovich, Wade Madsen, Zoe Scofield, and Deborah Wolf.