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Dance for Everyone: Popping 101

Location: Old Gym

This class will cover popping basics, including: tutting, botting, ticking, strobing, dime stopping, isolations and more. You'll learn how to move intricately with music in ways you may not have ventured before. Not just for youth, popping is a low-impact dance style that is great for anyone with a sense of fun and exploration.

Participants may dance in either bare feet or socks.

August 31 - November 2, 2017, Thursdays

Instructor: Max Belliard
Max L Belliard Jr. was born and raised in Louisville, Kentucky. Max began his dancing journey at the age of 18 after experiencing his first bboy jam, City vs City 7, in Chicago, Illinois. He began training everyday, traveling to NYC and the Midwest attending dance battles. Since 2010, Max has performed and trained at numerous battles, dance camps and facilities.

Special Restrictions: Tuition: $75
Required: Please bring water and wear comfortable clothing that you can move in.

For more information, contact: CCECS@hawaii.edu (808) 932-7830

Tags: CCECS Non-Credit Community Dance Dance and Fitness Popping Dance for Everyone:Popping 101

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