Freestyle is a relatively new style of dance which began in the days of John Travolta, in movies like ‘Saturday Night Fever’, as Disco. In recent years, with the influence of other dance styles, it has now become more technical and athletic. There are different styles under the Freestyle umbrella, including Slowdance, Rock ‘n Roll and Disco. Although Freestyle has its own Syllabus, it is inspired by Ballet, Modern, Contemporary, Jazz, Hip Hop, Acrobatics and even Latin American.
Our studio is one of the leading Freestyle studios in the country for Syllabus and Competitive work. We are also very proud to say that South Africa boasts many Freestyle World Champions and our success in International competitions grows stronger each year.
Our Syllabus classes are compulsory; this is where we teach the exam work. We teach the SADTA Freestyle syllabus, which includes Freestyle, Slowdance, Rock ‘n Roll, Disco and most recently added, Foundation. The Foundation routines are in essence a bridge between exam and competition dancing, but even those dancers with no intention of ever competing will benefit from the strength, flexibility and technical training that can be obtained through the Foundation routines.
The Open Freestyle Classes are mainly aimed at competitors but are open to all dancers. Here we focus on fitness, flexibility, strength, choreography and versatility.
FREESTYLE DANCERS ARE CONFIDENT, POWERFUL AND VERSATILE. AND FOR THIS REASON, ARE SOME OF THE MOST SORT AFTER PROFESSIONAL DANCERS ACROSS THE GLOBE.
Group Classes as well as Private Lessons are available in all Styles!