Hip Hop Dance Classes at Catherine’s Dance Studio

Hip Hop Dance Classes are a high energy class that will encourage students to step out of their comfort zones! This class incorporates the latest trends of moves to a wide range of hip hop music. This class specifically works on developing rhythm and coordination while being able to add individual style and personality to each movement.

Like Lyrical, Hip Hop gives the dancer freedom of expression while learning a technique that defines the dance. Less structure does not equal less discipline. Hip Hop dancers learn sharp and precise moves for their choreography.

Hip Hop classes are one of our most popular dance classes to take. All Hip Hop classes must be taken with Ballet, Jazz, or Tap class.

This class allows students to express themselves in a fun and up-beat way. In this class, dancers will learn musicality and dancing to different rhythms and beats along with being introduced to several different hip hop tricks including; tripods, head stands, freezes and more!

This class allows students to express themselves in a fun and up-beat way. In this class, dancers will learn musicality and dancing to different rhythms and beats along with being introduced to several different hip hop tricks including; tripods, head stands, freezes and more!

This class infuses different styles of locking, popping and street dance. It encourages dancers to express themselves and also bring their own personalities to their performance. Dancers will learn and keep up with the latest trends and styles and continue to work on technique, such as headstands, headsprings, kip ups, freezes and more!

Hip Hop Attire

  • Leggings, Shorts, Tank Top, T-Shirt

  • Tights not Required

  • Tennis Shoes (only worn on the Dance Floor)

  • Hair pulled back

“The grace and poise that a student learns in Ballet are transferred to other dances and to a girl’s life out of the studio as well. When I see a girl walking, I can tell she is a dancer. Her shoulders are back, she holds her head high, and she has that extra poise that comes from being a Ballet dancer. She carries herself differently, she is stronger and she knows it. She is a Dancer and that helps define who she is and where she thinks she belongs in the world. What parents give their girls and what she gives to herself in the dance studio makes a difference in her life.” – Catherine Stephenson