Hip Hop Dance Series 2 of N

Kids · Wellness
This Hip-Hop dance class will be focused on learning a fun combination of a new song. We will be working on memory and putting moves together and every week new dance moves will be added. At the end of this series, we will have a long dance to the chosen song, that we’ll be able to share with the COA world as well as our families! Come ready for some challenges and most of all come ready to HAVE FUN!
Audience: Ages 9+

Upcoming Session

January 14, 2 PM EST
For Kids · 30 mins


47 of 150 spots reserved

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Meet Our Instructors

Heather Myers
Dance educator and choreographer from Boston, MA. For over 15 years, Heather has been teaching and choreographing for local studios, schools, and community programs. Heather has also had the pleasure of teaching for several college programs including The Berklee College Musical Theater Summer Intensive and the Boston Conservatory at Berklee's Virtual Commercial Dance Intensive. While her teaching schedule keeps her busy, Heather still finds time to perform and train with dance companies in the Boston area. She is a former member of Project Nailz, Static Noyze Dance Company, and the CONcept ARTists. Heather currently performs with the all-female company, "We The Females", recently featured in the Adidas Game Changers campaign.
Yo-Yio Zeitinidis
Yo-Yio Zeitinidis, was born and raised in Boston, Massachusetts and has been dancing since the age of five. Yo-Yio achieved the overall title of Runner up, as well as the First Place title for females on the hit television show, "So You Think You Can Dance Greece". She also had the opportunity to work with Natalie Fotopoulos in developing choreography for season two of the show. Yo-Yio has continued her career as a dancer, teacher and choreographer with much success. She has choreographed tours for some of the top pop artists of Europe, danced in as well as choreographed many music videos and live performances. Yo-Yio currently lives in Boston and is the co-founder and director of the all female dance company WTF-We The Females.
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