Kids Classes 

Term 4, 2020 ~ starting in week 2

*classes will still be available online via Zoom (link will be sent after registration). 

WeMove is registered as both a Creative Kids and Active Kids provider and can accept your $100 voucher from NSW government! Please give the child’s name, birth date and voucher number when registering. We recommend using one voucher per term, available to all children each year.

Mondays

Hip Hop Dance 

with Kim Košič  

Ages 8-14 yrs

Mondays 16:30-17:30

July 20th – Sep 21st

This class is an introduction to hip-hop & jazz funk style dances. It is a fun way to learn dance technique and explore style.

We will learn more about rhythm, coordination, technique, musicality & choreography. Students are challenged to think on their feet while enjoying an energetic and high paced exhilarating dance experience.

To register contact:

kkdanceeducation@gmail.com

p: 0491033355

Tuesdays

Contemporary Dance & Choreography

with Talulah & Alona

Ages 10-13 yrs

Tuesdays 16:00-17:00

July 20th – Sep 22nd

This class will introduce the fundamental ideas behind contemporary and modern dance. We will practice technique exercises and phrases, and will become familiar with some contemporary terminology. A strong creative exploration will be encouraged in these classes to also build original movement sequences, as well as learn set choreography to great music. Both Talulah & Alona have an extensive background in classical training and contemporary practice, and are excited to create some new magic with the kids

 

To register contact:

alona@wemove.studio

p: 0424476767

Wednesdays

Hula and Tahitian Dance

with Anna Carbonell

Ages 4-10 yrs 

Wednesdays 15:30-16:15

July 29th – Sep 16th

Combining two cultural dances from the Polynesian islands of Hawaii and Tahiti. Hawaiian hula aims to connect the kids to a dance that honours all beings as well as the wind, ocean, rain, forest, mountains, lava, flowers, trees and everything in nature. The kids will learn to move the way the elements of the earth move while having fun and connecting to others. “Ori” means “dance or dancing”. “Ori Tahiti” is known as Tahitian Dance.  This dance is filled with energy and joyfulness by using the entire body to convey the feelings and emotions of the songs.

 

To register contact:

alohahulansw@gmail.com

p: 0487958732

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