Our hip hop classes are high-energy classes that combine many different urban dance styles such as poppin’, locking, and breaking. Our instructors will encourage students to step outside of the box by bringing their own individual style and personality to their dances. We teach rhythm, coordination, musicality and choreography without suggestive music or movements. Our dancers are challenged to think on their feet while enjoying an energetic and fast-paced class. Hip hop dancers develop focus, strength, and agility while having fun. Our hip hop classes are excellent for high-energy children who want to learn while having FUN!
ALL SKILL LEVELS ARE WELCOME!
Cost of costumes not included in monthly tuition.
Jordon Bala is a Savannah native who has been involved in the entertainment lifestyle since he was in middle school. Jordon dabbled in everything from local theatre to competitive dance, and worked as a professional entertainer at Busch Gardens for 3 years. Through dance he competed with a local competition studio and has traveled around the South East competing in some of the most intense competitions the South has to offer. He has auditioned for America's got Talent and won Savannah's got Talent in 2012 with his best friend and dance partner Maceo Harrison.
Jordon got into DJ entertainment in 2013 and created his entertainment business Top Shelf Entertainment where he also offers Dance Choreography for his clients! His passions involve, music, dance being on the water, making people happy and bringing "life to the party!"
Maceo "Mace" Harrison is a hip-hop dancer and choreographer born in Maryland D.C. At age 7, after settling from a move to Georgia, Maceo started pursuing hip-hop dance. At age 15, he started attending hip-hop battles, performing at talent shows, and even auditioning for America’s Got Talent. At the age of 17 he joined his first dance studio, where he learned ballet, jazz, contemporary, modern, and tap. Spending 4 years on a dance competition team, he won multiple scholarships and overall awards for his hip hop solos. He also made it to the third round of auditions during season 11 of, “So You Think You Can Dance”. In 2016, he received a full scholarship to the Joffrey Ballet School in New York City for their hip-hop program and was featured dancing for Missy Elliot in her music video, “Snatch Your Weave”. Dancing saved Maceo’s life on numerous occasions, so he expresses his passion with his explosive tricks, musicality, and