[B] Contemporary [18+]

Contemporary

Contemporary dance is a dance which formed its unique identity in the middle of 20th century and today is widely spread in the whole world, specifically in Europe and the United States. This dance style is a dominant dance style in the professional dance scene and it is so for a good reason. Free and often improvised movement (which is comprised of various ballet, contemporary, jazz, street and other dance styles) opens unprecedented opportunities for dancers and choreographers to express themselves. Finally, the spectator gets to enjoy a sight full of aesthetic and unexpectedly developed ways of movement.

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Class schedule

Breaking

Level: A/B (Advanced Beginner)

Teaches: Laurynas

A/B (Advanced Beginner) – For those who have some movement/dancing experience. Or dancing experience up to 1 year. Breaking is probably the best known and most dynamic dance style of the whole bunch of street dances. It is full of acrobatic moves, light-speed movements of the feet, spinning on one‘s head or arm. Breaking today is a dance style with its own history, movement vocabulary, culture and lifestyle philosophy. The dance style today can be spotted anywhere from professional performances to small and large scale competitions around the world.

Callanetics

Level: O (Open)

Teaches: Brigida

O (Open) – Open for all levels. Callanetics is a type of exercising based on safe movements done in low intensity while breathing steadily and naturally. Callanetics will provide you with everything one expects from working out – the physique will improve, the pains will go away, and you will feel both calm and relaxed.

Breaking

Level: B (Beginner)

Teaches: Viktoras

B (Beginner) - Total beginner. No dancing experience required. Breaking is probably the best known and most dynamic dance style of the whole bunch of street dances. It is full of acrobatic moves, light-speed movements of the feet, spinning on one‘s head or arm. Breaking today is a dance style with its own history, movement vocabulary, culture and lifestyle philosophy. The dance style today can be spotted anywhere from professional performances to small and large scale competitions around the world.

Contemporary

Level: A/B (Advanced Beginner)

Teaches: Valerija

A/B (Advanced Beginner) – For those who have some movement/dancing experience. Or dancing experience up to 1 year. Contemporary dance is probably the most visible dance style on the professional theater stage. It is not surprising, because the free and often improvised movement which technique consists of a mixture of ballet, modern, jazz, street and other dances, opens wide possibilities for self-expression for creators and dancers, and for the viewer - an aesthetic and unexpected form.

Contemporary

Level: A/B (Advanced Beginner)

Teaches: Ema, Juozas

A/B (Advanced Beginner) – For those who have some movement/dancing experience. Or dancing experience up to 1 year. Contemporary dance is probably the most visible dance style on the professional theater stage. It is not surprising, because the free and often improvised movement which technique consists of a mixture of ballet, modern, jazz, street and other dances, opens wide possibilities for self-expression for creators and dancers, and for the viewer - an aesthetic and unexpected form.

Contemporary

Level: A (Advanced)

Teaches: Ema, Juozas

A (Advanced) - More than 5 years of street / contemporary / ballet dance experience. Contemporary dance is probably the most visible dance style on the professional theater stage. It is not surprising, because the free and often improvised movement which technique consists of a mixture of ballet, modern, jazz, street and other dances, opens wide possibilities for self-expression for creators and dancers, and for the viewer - an aesthetic and unexpected form.

Contemporary

Level: O (Open)

Teaches: Juozas

O (Open) – Open for all levels. Contemporary dance is probably the most visible dance style on the professional theater stage. It is not surprising, because the free and often improvised movement which technique consists of a mixture of ballet, modern, jazz, street and other dances, opens wide possibilities for self-expression for creators and dancers, and for the viewer - an aesthetic and unexpected form.

Waacking

Level: I (Intermediate)

Teaches: Brigida

I (Intermediate) – Up to 3-4 years of dancing experience is required. Training intensity 2 times per week or more. Waacking is a dance style that comes straight from the Funk and Disco eras – more precisely, it comes from the nightclubs of Los Angeles and got popularised by the legendary TV show „Soul Train“. The first Waacking dancers were creating moves by imitating black-and-white movie stars (such as Marilyn Monroe and Jane Russell) and by trying to put all the hand movements, moves, lines and poses of that particular era into a single dance.

Waacking

Level: B (Beginner)

Teaches: Brigida

B (Beginner) - Total beginner. No dancing experience required. Waacking is a dance style that comes straight from the Funk and Disco eras – more precisely, it comes from the nightclubs of Los Angeles and got popularised by the legendary TV show „Soul Train“. The first Waacking dancers were creating moves by imitating black-and-white movie stars (such as Marilyn Monroe and Jane Russell) and by trying to put all the hand movements, moves, lines and poses of that particular era into a single dance.

Hip-Hop

Level: A/B (Advanced Beginner)

Teaches: Airida

A/B (Advanced Beginner) – For those who have some movement/dancing experience. Or dancing experience up to 1 year. The Hip-Hop dance consists of Hip-Hop music, techniques of different street dance styles and, most importantly, the freedom and uniqueness of a dancer. The dance style was born in the streets and nightclubs of New York and it has been constantly growing and changing ever since – there is a reason why this dance style is one of the best known and popular dance styles in the world.

Jazz

Level: I (Intermediate)

Teaches: Airida

I (Intermediate) – Up to 3-4 years of dancing experience is required. Training intensity 2 times per week or more. Jazz is an African-American dance that has been around for more than a century. This dance covers a number of 1920s and 1930s dance styles - Charleston, Tap, Black Bottom, Shimmy, Suzie-Q and many more. We will improvise, search for our jazz and find out how this dance has changed over time and what it is like now.

Hip-Hop

Level: B (Beginner)

Teaches: Brigida

B (Beginner) - Total beginner. No dancing experience required. The Hip-Hop dance consists of Hip-Hop music, techniques of different street dance styles and, most importantly, the freedom and uniqueness of a dancer. The dance style was born in the streets and nightclubs of New York and it has been constantly growing and changing ever since – there is a reason why this dance style is one of the best known and popular dance styles in the world.

Hip-Hop

Level: A/B (Advanced Beginner)

Teaches: Marius

A/B (Advanced Beginner) – For those who have some movement/dancing experience. Or dancing experience up to 1 year. The Hip-Hop dance consists of Hip-Hop music, techniques of different street dance styles and, most importantly, the freedom and uniqueness of a dancer. The dance style was born in the streets and nightclubs of New York and it has been constantly growing and changing ever since – there is a reason why this dance style is one of the best known and popular dance styles in the world.

House

Level: A/B (Advanced Beginner)

Teaches: Marius

A/B (Advanced Beginner) – For those who have some movement/dancing experience. Or dancing experience up to 1 year. The name of the dance style says it all – this dance is danced to House music and, in the manner that is suggested by the music, the dance puts you in a constant the state of flow, puts a smile on your face and makes your feet do crazy things. If you decide to start House dancing, make sure to be ready for a lot of sweat, joy and unpredictable movement.

House

Level: O (Open)

Teaches: Laurynas

O (Open) – Open for all levels. The name of the dance style says it all – this dance is danced to House music and, in the manner that is suggested by the music, the dance puts you in a constant the state of flow, puts a smile on your face and makes your feet do crazy things. If you decide to start House dancing, make sure to be ready for a lot of sweat, joy and unpredictable movement.

Hip-Hop

Level: B (Beginner)

Teaches: Greta

B (Beginner) - Total beginner. No dancing experience required. The Hip-Hop dance consists of Hip-Hop music, techniques of different street dance styles and, most importantly, the freedom and uniqueness of a dancer. The dance style was born in the streets and nightclubs of New York and it has been constantly growing and changing ever since – there is a reason why this dance style is one of the best known and popular dance styles in the world.

Hip-Hop

Level: A/B (Advanced Beginner)

Teaches: Airida

A/B (Advanced Beginner) – For those who have some movement/dancing experience. Or dancing experience up to 1 year. The Hip-Hop dance consists of Hip-Hop music, techniques of different street dance styles and, most importantly, the freedom and uniqueness of a dancer. The dance style was born in the streets and nightclubs of New York and it has been constantly growing and changing ever since – there is a reason why this dance style is one of the best known and popular dance styles in the world.

Contemporary

Level: B (Beginner)

Teaches: Valerija

B (Beginner) - Total beginner. No dancing experience required. Contemporary dance is probably the most visible dance style on the professional theater stage. It is not surprising, because the free and often improvised movement which technique consists of a mixture of ballet, modern, jazz, street and other dances, opens wide possibilities for self-expression for creators and dancers, and for the viewer - an aesthetic and unexpected form.

Hip-Hop

Level: A (Advanced)

Teaches: Airida, Brigida

A (Advanced) - More than 5 years of street / contemporary / ballet dance experience. The Hip-Hop dance consists of Hip-Hop music, techniques of different street dance styles and, most importantly, the freedom and uniqueness of a dancer. The dance style was born in the streets and nightclubs of New York and it has been constantly growing and changing ever since – there is a reason why this dance style is one of the best known and popular dance styles in the world.

Hip-Hop

Level: A/B (Advanced Beginner)

Teaches: Brigida

A/B (Advanced Beginner) – For those who have some movement/dancing experience. Or dancing experience up to 1 year. The Hip-Hop dance consists of Hip-Hop music, techniques of different street dance styles and, most importantly, the freedom and uniqueness of a dancer. The dance style was born in the streets and nightclubs of New York and it has been constantly growing and changing ever since – there is a reason why this dance style is one of the best known and popular dance styles in the world.

Contemporary

Level: B (Beginner)

Teaches: Valerija

B (Beginner) - Total beginner. No dancing experience required. Contemporary dance is probably the most visible dance style on the professional theater stage. It is not surprising, because the free and often improvised movement which technique consists of a mixture of ballet, modern, jazz, street and other dances, opens wide possibilities for self-expression for creators and dancers, and for the viewer - an aesthetic and unexpected form.

Breaking

Level: I (Intermediate)

Teaches: Laurynas

I (Intermediate) – Up to 3-4 years of dancing experience is required. Training intensity 2 times per week or more. Breaking is probably the best known and most dynamic dance style of the whole bunch of street dances. It is full of acrobatic moves, light-speed movements of the feet, spinning on one‘s head or arm. Breaking today is a dance style with its own history, movement vocabulary, culture and lifestyle philosophy. The dance style today can be spotted anywhere from professional performances to small and large scale competitions around the world.

Contemporary

Level: B (Beginner)

Teaches: Juozas

B (Beginner) - Total beginner. No dancing experience required. Contemporary dance is probably the most visible dance style on the professional theater stage. It is not surprising, because the free and often improvised movement which technique consists of a mixture of ballet, modern, jazz, street and other dances, opens wide possibilities for self-expression for creators and dancers, and for the viewer - an aesthetic and unexpected form.

Urban Choreography

Level: O (Open)

Teaches: Brigida

Choreography style - a mix of all street dance styles. Suitable for those who like to learn different choreographies and do not want to stick to one style. During the warm-up, we focus more on a certain style and technique (hiphop, waacking, popping, etc.), and then we learn a routine to the chosen song (every 2-3 lessons we move to another choreography).

Blues

Level: O (Open)

Teaches: Austėja

I (Intermediate) – Up to 3-4 years of dancing experience is required. Training intensity 2 times per week or more. Blues dance originated in African American communities in the beginning of the 20th century. Like blues music, blues dance is slow but has a strong self-expression that gives a great deal of freedom to discover authentic movement of your body.

Jazz

Level: B (Beginner)

Teaches: Austėja

B (Beginner) - For the complete beginner. Requires no practice or dance experience. Jazz is an African-American dance that has been around for more than a century. This dance covers a number of 1920s and 1930s dance styles - Charleston, Tap, Black Bottom, Shimmy, Suzie-Q and many more. We will improvise, search for our jazz and find out how this dance has changed over time and what it is like now.

Monday

Studio A

Studio B

Tuesday

Studio A

Studio B

Wednesday

Studio A

Studio B

Thursday

Studio A

Studio B

Studio A

Studio B

[A/B] Breaking [7-11]
OPEN

[A/B] Contemporary [12-16]
NEW

[A] Contemporary [18+]
NEW

[O] Contemporary [18+]
OPEN

[B] Contemporary [7-11]
OPEN

[I] Breaking [12-16]
OPEN
CLOSED

[B] Contemporary [18+]
NEW

[B] Waacking all ages
OPEN

[B] Waacking [12-16]
OPEN

[B] Hip-Hop I [7-11]
OPEN

[A/B] Hip-Hop I [7-11]
OPEN

[O] Blues [18+]
NEW

[B] Jazz [16+]
NEW

[B] Breaking [7-11]
OPEN

[A/B] Contemporary [16+]
OPEN

[A/B] Hip-Hop [12-16]
OPEN

[O] House [16+]
OPEN

[A/B] Hip-Hop II [7-11]
OPEN

[B] Contemporary [12-16]
OPEN

[O] Callanetics [16+]

[I] Jazz [16+]
OPEN

[A/B] House [16+]
OPEN

[B] Hip-Hop II [7-11]
OPEN

[A] Hip-Hop [16+]
OPEN

[I] Hip-Hop [12-16]
OPEN

[O] Urban choreography [14+]
OPEN

[A/B] Breaking [7-11]
OPEN

[A/B] Contemporary [12-16]
NEW

[A] Contemporary [18+]
NEW

[O] Contemporary [18+]
OPEN

[B] Contemporary [7-11]
OPEN

[I] Breaking [12-16]
OPEN
CLOSED

[B] Contemporary [18+]
NEW

[B] Waacking all ages
OPEN

[B] Waacking [12-16]
OPEN

[B] Hip-Hop I [7-11]
OPEN

[A/B] Hip-Hop I [7-11]
OPEN

[O] Blues [18+]
NEW

[B] Jazz [16+]
NEW

[B] Breaking [7-11]
OPEN

[A/B] Contemporary [16+]
OPEN

[A/B] Hip-Hop [12-16]
OPEN

[O] House [16+]
OPEN

[A/B] Hip-Hop II [7-11]
OPEN

[B] Contemporary [12-16]
OPEN

[O] Callanetics [16+]

[I] Jazz [16+]
OPEN

[A/B] House [16+]
OPEN

[B] Hip-Hop II [7-11]
OPEN

[A] Hip-Hop [16+]
OPEN

[I] Hip-Hop [12-16]
OPEN

[O] Urban choreography [14+]
OPEN

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Monday

Breaking

Level: A/B (Advanced Beginner)

Teaches: Laurynas

A/B (Advanced Beginner) – For those who have some movement/dancing experience. Or dancing experience up to 1 year. Breaking is probably the best known and most dynamic dance style of the whole bunch of street dances. It is full of acrobatic moves, light-speed movements of the feet, spinning on one‘s head or arm. Breaking today is a dance style with its own history, movement vocabulary, culture and lifestyle philosophy. The dance style today can be spotted anywhere from professional performances to small and large scale competitions around the world.

Contemporary

Level: A/B (Advanced Beginner)

Teaches: Ema, Juozas

A/B (Advanced Beginner) – For those who have some movement/dancing experience. Or dancing experience up to 1 year. Contemporary dance is probably the most visible dance style on the professional theater stage. It is not surprising, because the free and often improvised movement which technique consists of a mixture of ballet, modern, jazz, street and other dances, opens wide possibilities for self-expression for creators and dancers, and for the viewer - an aesthetic and unexpected form.

Contemporary

Level: A (Advanced)

Teaches: Ema, Juozas

A (Advanced) - More than 5 years of street / contemporary / ballet dance experience. Contemporary dance is probably the most visible dance style on the professional theater stage. It is not surprising, because the free and often improvised movement which technique consists of a mixture of ballet, modern, jazz, street and other dances, opens wide possibilities for self-expression for creators and dancers, and for the viewer - an aesthetic and unexpected form.

Contemporary

Level: O (Open)

Teaches: Juozas

O (Open) – Open for all levels. Contemporary dance is probably the most visible dance style on the professional theater stage. It is not surprising, because the free and often improvised movement which technique consists of a mixture of ballet, modern, jazz, street and other dances, opens wide possibilities for self-expression for creators and dancers, and for the viewer - an aesthetic and unexpected form.

Contemporary

Level: B (Beginner)

Teaches: Valerija

B (Beginner) - Total beginner. No dancing experience required. Contemporary dance is probably the most visible dance style on the professional theater stage. It is not surprising, because the free and often improvised movement which technique consists of a mixture of ballet, modern, jazz, street and other dances, opens wide possibilities for self-expression for creators and dancers, and for the viewer - an aesthetic and unexpected form.

Breaking

Level: I (Intermediate)

Teaches: Laurynas

I (Intermediate) – Up to 3-4 years of dancing experience is required. Training intensity 2 times per week or more. Breaking is probably the best known and most dynamic dance style of the whole bunch of street dances. It is full of acrobatic moves, light-speed movements of the feet, spinning on one‘s head or arm. Breaking today is a dance style with its own history, movement vocabulary, culture and lifestyle philosophy. The dance style today can be spotted anywhere from professional performances to small and large scale competitions around the world.

Contemporary

Level: B (Beginner)

Teaches: Juozas

B (Beginner) - Total beginner. No dancing experience required. Contemporary dance is probably the most visible dance style on the professional theater stage. It is not surprising, because the free and often improvised movement which technique consists of a mixture of ballet, modern, jazz, street and other dances, opens wide possibilities for self-expression for creators and dancers, and for the viewer - an aesthetic and unexpected form.

Waacking

Level: I (Intermediate)

Teaches: Brigida

I (Intermediate) – Up to 3-4 years of dancing experience is required. Training intensity 2 times per week or more. Waacking is a dance style that comes straight from the Funk and Disco eras – more precisely, it comes from the nightclubs of Los Angeles and got popularised by the legendary TV show „Soul Train“. The first Waacking dancers were creating moves by imitating black-and-white movie stars (such as Marilyn Monroe and Jane Russell) and by trying to put all the hand movements, moves, lines and poses of that particular era into a single dance.

Waacking

Level: B (Beginner)

Teaches: Brigida

B (Beginner) - Total beginner. No dancing experience required. Waacking is a dance style that comes straight from the Funk and Disco eras – more precisely, it comes from the nightclubs of Los Angeles and got popularised by the legendary TV show „Soul Train“. The first Waacking dancers were creating moves by imitating black-and-white movie stars (such as Marilyn Monroe and Jane Russell) and by trying to put all the hand movements, moves, lines and poses of that particular era into a single dance.

Hip-Hop

Level: B (Beginner)

Teaches: Brigida

B (Beginner) - Total beginner. No dancing experience required. The Hip-Hop dance consists of Hip-Hop music, techniques of different street dance styles and, most importantly, the freedom and uniqueness of a dancer. The dance style was born in the streets and nightclubs of New York and it has been constantly growing and changing ever since – there is a reason why this dance style is one of the best known and popular dance styles in the world.

Hip-Hop

Level: A/B (Advanced Beginner)

Teaches: Marius

A/B (Advanced Beginner) – For those who have some movement/dancing experience. Or dancing experience up to 1 year. The Hip-Hop dance consists of Hip-Hop music, techniques of different street dance styles and, most importantly, the freedom and uniqueness of a dancer. The dance style was born in the streets and nightclubs of New York and it has been constantly growing and changing ever since – there is a reason why this dance style is one of the best known and popular dance styles in the world.

Blues

Level: O (Open)

Teaches: Austėja

I (Intermediate) – Up to 3-4 years of dancing experience is required. Training intensity 2 times per week or more. Blues dance originated in African American communities in the beginning of the 20th century. Like blues music, blues dance is slow but has a strong self-expression that gives a great deal of freedom to discover authentic movement of your body.

Jazz

Level: B (Beginner)

Teaches: Austėja

B (Beginner) - For the complete beginner. Requires no practice or dance experience. Jazz is an African-American dance that has been around for more than a century. This dance covers a number of 1920s and 1930s dance styles - Charleston, Tap, Black Bottom, Shimmy, Suzie-Q and many more. We will improvise, search for our jazz and find out how this dance has changed over time and what it is like now.

Studio A

Studio B

[A/B] Breaking [7-11]
OPEN

[A/B] Contemporary [12-16]
NEW

[A] Contemporary [18+]
NEW

[O] Contemporary [18+]
OPEN

[B] Contemporary [7-11]
OPEN

[I] Breaking [12-16]
OPEN
CLOSED

[B] Contemporary [18+]
NEW

[B] Waacking all ages
OPEN

[B] Waacking [12-16]
OPEN

[B] Hip-Hop I [7-11]
OPEN

[A/B] Hip-Hop I [7-11]
OPEN

[O] Blues [18+]
NEW

[B] Jazz [16+]
NEW

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Tuesday

Breaking

Level: B (Beginner)

Teaches: Viktoras

B (Beginner) - Total beginner. No dancing experience required. Breaking is probably the best known and most dynamic dance style of the whole bunch of street dances. It is full of acrobatic moves, light-speed movements of the feet, spinning on one‘s head or arm. Breaking today is a dance style with its own history, movement vocabulary, culture and lifestyle philosophy. The dance style today can be spotted anywhere from professional performances to small and large scale competitions around the world.

Contemporary

Level: A/B (Advanced Beginner)

Teaches: Valerija

A/B (Advanced Beginner) – For those who have some movement/dancing experience. Or dancing experience up to 1 year. Contemporary dance is probably the most visible dance style on the professional theater stage. It is not surprising, because the free and often improvised movement which technique consists of a mixture of ballet, modern, jazz, street and other dances, opens wide possibilities for self-expression for creators and dancers, and for the viewer - an aesthetic and unexpected form.

Hip-Hop

Level: A/B (Advanced Beginner)

Teaches: Airida

A/B (Advanced Beginner) – For those who have some movement/dancing experience. Or dancing experience up to 1 year. The Hip-Hop dance consists of Hip-Hop music, techniques of different street dance styles and, most importantly, the freedom and uniqueness of a dancer. The dance style was born in the streets and nightclubs of New York and it has been constantly growing and changing ever since – there is a reason why this dance style is one of the best known and popular dance styles in the world.

House

Level: O (Open)

Teaches: Laurynas

O (Open) – Open for all levels. The name of the dance style says it all – this dance is danced to House music and, in the manner that is suggested by the music, the dance puts you in a constant the state of flow, puts a smile on your face and makes your feet do crazy things. If you decide to start House dancing, make sure to be ready for a lot of sweat, joy and unpredictable movement.

Hip-Hop

Level: A/B (Advanced Beginner)

Teaches: Airida

A/B (Advanced Beginner) – For those who have some movement/dancing experience. Or dancing experience up to 1 year. The Hip-Hop dance consists of Hip-Hop music, techniques of different street dance styles and, most importantly, the freedom and uniqueness of a dancer. The dance style was born in the streets and nightclubs of New York and it has been constantly growing and changing ever since – there is a reason why this dance style is one of the best known and popular dance styles in the world.

Contemporary

Level: B (Beginner)

Teaches: Valerija

B (Beginner) - Total beginner. No dancing experience required. Contemporary dance is probably the most visible dance style on the professional theater stage. It is not surprising, because the free and often improvised movement which technique consists of a mixture of ballet, modern, jazz, street and other dances, opens wide possibilities for self-expression for creators and dancers, and for the viewer - an aesthetic and unexpected form.

Callanetics

Level: O (Open)

Teaches: Brigida

O (Open) – Open for all levels. Callanetics is a type of exercising based on safe movements done in low intensity while breathing steadily and naturally. Callanetics will provide you with everything one expects from working out – the physique will improve, the pains will go away, and you will feel both calm and relaxed.

Jazz

Level: I (Intermediate)

Teaches: Airida

I (Intermediate) – Up to 3-4 years of dancing experience is required. Training intensity 2 times per week or more. Jazz is an African-American dance that has been around for more than a century. This dance covers a number of 1920s and 1930s dance styles - Charleston, Tap, Black Bottom, Shimmy, Suzie-Q and many more. We will improvise, search for our jazz and find out how this dance has changed over time and what it is like now.

House

Level: A/B (Advanced Beginner)

Teaches: Marius

A/B (Advanced Beginner) – For those who have some movement/dancing experience. Or dancing experience up to 1 year. The name of the dance style says it all – this dance is danced to House music and, in the manner that is suggested by the music, the dance puts you in a constant the state of flow, puts a smile on your face and makes your feet do crazy things. If you decide to start House dancing, make sure to be ready for a lot of sweat, joy and unpredictable movement.

Hip-Hop

Level: B (Beginner)

Teaches: Greta

B (Beginner) - Total beginner. No dancing experience required. The Hip-Hop dance consists of Hip-Hop music, techniques of different street dance styles and, most importantly, the freedom and uniqueness of a dancer. The dance style was born in the streets and nightclubs of New York and it has been constantly growing and changing ever since – there is a reason why this dance style is one of the best known and popular dance styles in the world.

Hip-Hop

Level: A (Advanced)

Teaches: Airida, Brigida

A (Advanced) - More than 5 years of street / contemporary / ballet dance experience. The Hip-Hop dance consists of Hip-Hop music, techniques of different street dance styles and, most importantly, the freedom and uniqueness of a dancer. The dance style was born in the streets and nightclubs of New York and it has been constantly growing and changing ever since – there is a reason why this dance style is one of the best known and popular dance styles in the world.

Hip-Hop

Level: A/B (Advanced Beginner)

Teaches: Brigida

A/B (Advanced Beginner) – For those who have some movement/dancing experience. Or dancing experience up to 1 year. The Hip-Hop dance consists of Hip-Hop music, techniques of different street dance styles and, most importantly, the freedom and uniqueness of a dancer. The dance style was born in the streets and nightclubs of New York and it has been constantly growing and changing ever since – there is a reason why this dance style is one of the best known and popular dance styles in the world.

Urban Choreography

Level: O (Open)

Teaches: Brigida

Choreography style - a mix of all street dance styles. Suitable for those who like to learn different choreographies and do not want to stick to one style. During the warm-up, we focus more on a certain style and technique (hiphop, waacking, popping, etc.), and then we learn a routine to the chosen song (every 2-3 lessons we move to another choreography).

Studio A

Studio B

[B] Breaking [7-11]
OPEN

[A/B] Contemporary [16+]
OPEN

[A/B] Hip-Hop [12-16]
OPEN

[O] House [16+]
OPEN

[A/B] Hip-Hop II [7-11]
OPEN

[B] Contemporary [12-16]
OPEN

[O] Callanetics [16+]

[I] Jazz [16+]
OPEN

[A/B] House [16+]
OPEN

[B] Hip-Hop II [7-11]
OPEN

[A] Hip-Hop [16+]
OPEN

[I] Hip-Hop [12-16]
OPEN

[O] Urban choreography [14+]
OPEN

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Wednesday

Breaking

Level: A/B (Advanced Beginner)

Teaches: Laurynas

A/B (Advanced Beginner) – For those who have some movement/dancing experience. Or dancing experience up to 1 year. Breaking is probably the best known and most dynamic dance style of the whole bunch of street dances. It is full of acrobatic moves, light-speed movements of the feet, spinning on one‘s head or arm. Breaking today is a dance style with its own history, movement vocabulary, culture and lifestyle philosophy. The dance style today can be spotted anywhere from professional performances to small and large scale competitions around the world.

Contemporary

Level: A/B (Advanced Beginner)

Teaches: Ema, Juozas

A/B (Advanced Beginner) – For those who have some movement/dancing experience. Or dancing experience up to 1 year. Contemporary dance is probably the most visible dance style on the professional theater stage. It is not surprising, because the free and often improvised movement which technique consists of a mixture of ballet, modern, jazz, street and other dances, opens wide possibilities for self-expression for creators and dancers, and for the viewer - an aesthetic and unexpected form.

Contemporary

Level: A (Advanced)

Teaches: Ema, Juozas

A (Advanced) - More than 5 years of street / contemporary / ballet dance experience. Contemporary dance is probably the most visible dance style on the professional theater stage. It is not surprising, because the free and often improvised movement which technique consists of a mixture of ballet, modern, jazz, street and other dances, opens wide possibilities for self-expression for creators and dancers, and for the viewer - an aesthetic and unexpected form.

Contemporary

Level: O (Open)

Teaches: Juozas

O (Open) – Open for all levels. Contemporary dance is probably the most visible dance style on the professional theater stage. It is not surprising, because the free and often improvised movement which technique consists of a mixture of ballet, modern, jazz, street and other dances, opens wide possibilities for self-expression for creators and dancers, and for the viewer - an aesthetic and unexpected form.

Contemporary

Level: B (Beginner)

Teaches: Valerija

B (Beginner) - Total beginner. No dancing experience required. Contemporary dance is probably the most visible dance style on the professional theater stage. It is not surprising, because the free and often improvised movement which technique consists of a mixture of ballet, modern, jazz, street and other dances, opens wide possibilities for self-expression for creators and dancers, and for the viewer - an aesthetic and unexpected form.

Breaking

Level: I (Intermediate)

Teaches: Laurynas

I (Intermediate) – Up to 3-4 years of dancing experience is required. Training intensity 2 times per week or more. Breaking is probably the best known and most dynamic dance style of the whole bunch of street dances. It is full of acrobatic moves, light-speed movements of the feet, spinning on one‘s head or arm. Breaking today is a dance style with its own history, movement vocabulary, culture and lifestyle philosophy. The dance style today can be spotted anywhere from professional performances to small and large scale competitions around the world.

Contemporary

Level: B (Beginner)

Teaches: Juozas

B (Beginner) - Total beginner. No dancing experience required. Contemporary dance is probably the most visible dance style on the professional theater stage. It is not surprising, because the free and often improvised movement which technique consists of a mixture of ballet, modern, jazz, street and other dances, opens wide possibilities for self-expression for creators and dancers, and for the viewer - an aesthetic and unexpected form.

Waacking

Level: I (Intermediate)

Teaches: Brigida

I (Intermediate) – Up to 3-4 years of dancing experience is required. Training intensity 2 times per week or more. Waacking is a dance style that comes straight from the Funk and Disco eras – more precisely, it comes from the nightclubs of Los Angeles and got popularised by the legendary TV show „Soul Train“. The first Waacking dancers were creating moves by imitating black-and-white movie stars (such as Marilyn Monroe and Jane Russell) and by trying to put all the hand movements, moves, lines and poses of that particular era into a single dance.

Waacking

Level: B (Beginner)

Teaches: Brigida

B (Beginner) - Total beginner. No dancing experience required. Waacking is a dance style that comes straight from the Funk and Disco eras – more precisely, it comes from the nightclubs of Los Angeles and got popularised by the legendary TV show „Soul Train“. The first Waacking dancers were creating moves by imitating black-and-white movie stars (such as Marilyn Monroe and Jane Russell) and by trying to put all the hand movements, moves, lines and poses of that particular era into a single dance.

Hip-Hop

Level: B (Beginner)

Teaches: Brigida

B (Beginner) - Total beginner. No dancing experience required. The Hip-Hop dance consists of Hip-Hop music, techniques of different street dance styles and, most importantly, the freedom and uniqueness of a dancer. The dance style was born in the streets and nightclubs of New York and it has been constantly growing and changing ever since – there is a reason why this dance style is one of the best known and popular dance styles in the world.

Hip-Hop

Level: A/B (Advanced Beginner)

Teaches: Marius

A/B (Advanced Beginner) – For those who have some movement/dancing experience. Or dancing experience up to 1 year. The Hip-Hop dance consists of Hip-Hop music, techniques of different street dance styles and, most importantly, the freedom and uniqueness of a dancer. The dance style was born in the streets and nightclubs of New York and it has been constantly growing and changing ever since – there is a reason why this dance style is one of the best known and popular dance styles in the world.

Blues

Level: O (Open)

Teaches: Austėja

I (Intermediate) – Up to 3-4 years of dancing experience is required. Training intensity 2 times per week or more. Blues dance originated in African American communities in the beginning of the 20th century. Like blues music, blues dance is slow but has a strong self-expression that gives a great deal of freedom to discover authentic movement of your body.

Jazz

Level: B (Beginner)

Teaches: Austėja

B (Beginner) - For the complete beginner. Requires no practice or dance experience. Jazz is an African-American dance that has been around for more than a century. This dance covers a number of 1920s and 1930s dance styles - Charleston, Tap, Black Bottom, Shimmy, Suzie-Q and many more. We will improvise, search for our jazz and find out how this dance has changed over time and what it is like now.

Studio A

Studio B

[A/B] Breaking [7-11]
OPEN

[A/B] Contemporary [12-16]
NEW

[A] Contemporary [18+]
NEW

[O] Contemporary [18+]
OPEN

[B] Contemporary [7-11]
OPEN

[I] Breaking [12-16]
OPEN
CLOSED

[B] Contemporary [18+]
NEW

[B] Waacking all ages
OPEN

[B] Waacking [12-16]
OPEN

[B] Hip-Hop I [7-11]
OPEN

[A/B] Hip-Hop I [7-11]
OPEN

[O] Blues [18+]
NEW

[B] Jazz [16+]
NEW

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Thursday

Breaking

Level: B (Beginner)

Teaches: Viktoras

B (Beginner) - Total beginner. No dancing experience required. Breaking is probably the best known and most dynamic dance style of the whole bunch of street dances. It is full of acrobatic moves, light-speed movements of the feet, spinning on one‘s head or arm. Breaking today is a dance style with its own history, movement vocabulary, culture and lifestyle philosophy. The dance style today can be spotted anywhere from professional performances to small and large scale competitions around the world.

Contemporary

Level: A/B (Advanced Beginner)

Teaches: Valerija

A/B (Advanced Beginner) – For those who have some movement/dancing experience. Or dancing experience up to 1 year. Contemporary dance is probably the most visible dance style on the professional theater stage. It is not surprising, because the free and often improvised movement which technique consists of a mixture of ballet, modern, jazz, street and other dances, opens wide possibilities for self-expression for creators and dancers, and for the viewer - an aesthetic and unexpected form.

Hip-Hop

Level: A/B (Advanced Beginner)

Teaches: Airida

A/B (Advanced Beginner) – For those who have some movement/dancing experience. Or dancing experience up to 1 year. The Hip-Hop dance consists of Hip-Hop music, techniques of different street dance styles and, most importantly, the freedom and uniqueness of a dancer. The dance style was born in the streets and nightclubs of New York and it has been constantly growing and changing ever since – there is a reason why this dance style is one of the best known and popular dance styles in the world.

House

Level: O (Open)

Teaches: Laurynas

O (Open) – Open for all levels. The name of the dance style says it all – this dance is danced to House music and, in the manner that is suggested by the music, the dance puts you in a constant the state of flow, puts a smile on your face and makes your feet do crazy things. If you decide to start House dancing, make sure to be ready for a lot of sweat, joy and unpredictable movement.

Hip-Hop

Level: A/B (Advanced Beginner)

Teaches: Airida

A/B (Advanced Beginner) – For those who have some movement/dancing experience. Or dancing experience up to 1 year. The Hip-Hop dance consists of Hip-Hop music, techniques of different street dance styles and, most importantly, the freedom and uniqueness of a dancer. The dance style was born in the streets and nightclubs of New York and it has been constantly growing and changing ever since – there is a reason why this dance style is one of the best known and popular dance styles in the world.

Contemporary

Level: B (Beginner)

Teaches: Valerija

B (Beginner) - Total beginner. No dancing experience required. Contemporary dance is probably the most visible dance style on the professional theater stage. It is not surprising, because the free and often improvised movement which technique consists of a mixture of ballet, modern, jazz, street and other dances, opens wide possibilities for self-expression for creators and dancers, and for the viewer - an aesthetic and unexpected form.

Callanetics

Level: O (Open)

Teaches: Brigida

O (Open) – Open for all levels. Callanetics is a type of exercising based on safe movements done in low intensity while breathing steadily and naturally. Callanetics will provide you with everything one expects from working out – the physique will improve, the pains will go away, and you will feel both calm and relaxed.

Jazz

Level: I (Intermediate)

Teaches: Airida

I (Intermediate) – Up to 3-4 years of dancing experience is required. Training intensity 2 times per week or more. Jazz is an African-American dance that has been around for more than a century. This dance covers a number of 1920s and 1930s dance styles - Charleston, Tap, Black Bottom, Shimmy, Suzie-Q and many more. We will improvise, search for our jazz and find out how this dance has changed over time and what it is like now.

House

Level: A/B (Advanced Beginner)

Teaches: Marius

A/B (Advanced Beginner) – For those who have some movement/dancing experience. Or dancing experience up to 1 year. The name of the dance style says it all – this dance is danced to House music and, in the manner that is suggested by the music, the dance puts you in a constant the state of flow, puts a smile on your face and makes your feet do crazy things. If you decide to start House dancing, make sure to be ready for a lot of sweat, joy and unpredictable movement.

Hip-Hop

Level: B (Beginner)

Teaches: Greta

B (Beginner) - Total beginner. No dancing experience required. The Hip-Hop dance consists of Hip-Hop music, techniques of different street dance styles and, most importantly, the freedom and uniqueness of a dancer. The dance style was born in the streets and nightclubs of New York and it has been constantly growing and changing ever since – there is a reason why this dance style is one of the best known and popular dance styles in the world.

Hip-Hop

Level: A (Advanced)

Teaches: Airida, Brigida

A (Advanced) - More than 5 years of street / contemporary / ballet dance experience. The Hip-Hop dance consists of Hip-Hop music, techniques of different street dance styles and, most importantly, the freedom and uniqueness of a dancer. The dance style was born in the streets and nightclubs of New York and it has been constantly growing and changing ever since – there is a reason why this dance style is one of the best known and popular dance styles in the world.

Hip-Hop

Level: A/B (Advanced Beginner)

Teaches: Brigida

A/B (Advanced Beginner) – For those who have some movement/dancing experience. Or dancing experience up to 1 year. The Hip-Hop dance consists of Hip-Hop music, techniques of different street dance styles and, most importantly, the freedom and uniqueness of a dancer. The dance style was born in the streets and nightclubs of New York and it has been constantly growing and changing ever since – there is a reason why this dance style is one of the best known and popular dance styles in the world.

Urban Choreography

Level: O (Open)

Teaches: Brigida

Choreography style - a mix of all street dance styles. Suitable for those who like to learn different choreographies and do not want to stick to one style. During the warm-up, we focus more on a certain style and technique (hiphop, waacking, popping, etc.), and then we learn a routine to the chosen song (every 2-3 lessons we move to another choreography).

Studio A

Studio B

[B] Breaking [7-11]
OPEN

[A/B] Contemporary [16+]
OPEN

[A/B] Hip-Hop [12-16]
OPEN

[O] House [16+]
OPEN

[A/B] Hip-Hop II [7-11]
OPEN

[B] Contemporary [12-16]
OPEN

[O] Callanetics [16+]

[I] Jazz [16+]
OPEN

[A/B] House [16+]
OPEN

[B] Hip-Hop II [7-11]
OPEN

[A] Hip-Hop [16+]
OPEN

[I] Hip-Hop [12-16]
OPEN

[O] Urban choreography [14+]
OPEN

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Friday

Studio A

Studio B

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Saturday

Studio A

Studio B

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Sunday

Studio A

Studio B

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