Class Schedule

Jan
5
Fri
2018
Open Practice Session
Jan 5 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Share the studio space with other dancers to practice moves and movement.  Open practice provides an open space and music with no instructor.

Open Session Rates:

Drop-In: $5

 

Jan
6
Sat
2018
Beginner Breaking and Foundation (Ages 13+)
Jan 6 @ 11:45 am – 12:45 pm
Jan
12
Fri
2018
Open Practice Session
Jan 12 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Share the studio space with other dancers to practice moves and movement.  Open practice provides an open space and music with no instructor.

Open Session Rates:

Drop-In: $5

 

Jan
13
Sat
2018
Beginner Breaking and Foundation (Ages 13+)
Jan 13 @ 11:45 am – 12:45 pm
Jan
16
Tue
2018
Waacking w/ Tracey (Beginner Adults)
Jan 16 @ 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm
What is Waacking?
 

Waacking is a club-style dance style originating from LA’s underground disco scene in the 70s by the gay Black and Latinx community. The movement consists of moving ones arms to the beat to highlight sounds that the audience normally would not hear. With arm movement being a huge part of waacking, there are also elements of punking (acting and taking on different characters), as well as posing. It is a style that is inspired by black & white films and tv series such as Batman, King Kong, Looney Tunes, Star Wars, Bruce Lee.

– Here is a video of Tracey that demos waacking: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RNPi9jyE5lo
 
 
Class Description
 
In this class, you will learn about the history of this style, basic to complex arm patterns, posing, punking, how to travel, and fun grooves with Tracey! Tracey ensures that class feels like a community and is a safe space for you to reach your full potential and to express your own individuality. All the foundation learned will help you apply it all into extremely fun freestyling exercises! 
 
Who is Tracey Wong?

Tracey Wong is a dancer, educator, and community event curator based in Seattle. She is a co-founder and co-director of Malicious Allure and is formally trained in waacking, vogue, and hip hop and is the first regular waacking instructor in Seattle. Tracey is an alumni member of the dance groups Boogiezone Breed Seattle, The Z Project, and The Purple Lemonade. She is currently a contributing choreographer for the all-female street styles group called The CRUW and co-directed the hip hop dance company Studio 3 Company.

Tracey’s work has been featured in Seattle Arts Museum’s events “Remix” and “The Legendary Children”, Seattle Gay Pride Festival, Bumbershoot, and Flavr Blue at Capitol Hill Block Party’s Mainstage. She’s also worked with top brands such as Nordstrom Pop Up Shop and Microsoft.

Tracey competes heavily in the Seattle battle scene under the alias “Malicious Hi-Chew”. She has been the winner of PDX’s Waacking battle “Nostalgia”, Seattle based vogue competition “En Vogue”, and is the champion for Seattle based all style battle “Matter of Movement 2016”. She was a finalist in Seattle’s World of Dance 2016 Headbangerz Brawl and in LA’s International Whack/ Punk/ Pose Festival, Waackfest 2016.

“I started waacking because it looked dope. The more I delved into this style, the more I learned to love it in its entirety. How it embraces individuality, drama, music, and history. It pushes me to reflect on myself and to explore the spectrum of emotions I can go through. Every time I waack, I tell myself that it is perfectly okay to be me.”

Tracey strives to continue to build a strong bond in the Seattle dance community and continues educating others about the rich history of Waacking while also learning more and more herself each day!

Funk Styles w/ Groove Clan
Jan 16 @ 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm

The Groove Clan Crew will host this class that will cover different styles and techniques of dances associated with “Popping”. Classes will be geared towards drills and learning foundation to build vocabulary for freestyle dancing. Some styles to be covered are Waving, Robot, Popping, Boogaloo, Glides and Footwork.

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Jan
17
Wed
2018
LEVEL FOUR | KIDS BREAK ACADEMY | ADVANCED (Winter Quarter)
Jan 17 @ 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Exploring concepts and ideas to start creating your own moves & style 

LEVEL FOUR students are first required to advance through LEVEL THREE with recommendation from instructor.  Breaking is a very spontaneous and improvisational dance but learning the foundation of the dance is necessary to preserve the true Bboy/Bgirl style and give students a solid foundation of basic movements to start exploring and developing their own unique style. All beginner and intermediate levels focused primarily on learning and perfecting the foundation. We will continue perfecting foundation in this class but also begin to explore concepts and ideas to develop students own unique styles and moves. Students will experience battling and begin creating routines.

Student Benefits:

-New moves and skills set

-Improve strength, flexibility and endurance

-New move combinations

-Ideas for creating original moves and individual style

-Battle Training

-Fun!

Jan
19
Fri
2018
Open Practice Session
Jan 19 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Share the studio space with other dancers to practice moves and movement.  Open practice provides an open space and music with no instructor.

Open Session Rates:

Drop-In: $5

 

Jan
20
Sat
2018
Beginner Breaking and Foundation (Ages 13+)
Jan 20 @ 11:45 am – 12:45 pm
FUNdamental Kids Breakin (Ages 6-10)
Jan 20 @ 12:45 pm – 1:45 pm

FUNdamental Kids Breakin is targeted for kids ages 6-10 and will introduce kids to breakin movements.

The benefits of taking this class is increased motor skills, flexibility, balance, rhythm, memory and strength while having fun, playing games and making new friends!

Pele is a dancer who’s background includes Olympic World Training in junior level boys gymnastics.  These experiences have influenced the programs he has developed for kids of all ages to reach their goals in fitness and sports.

Locking w/ LockStatic (Teens/Adults)
Jan 20 @ 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm
Locking; originally called Campbellocking, is a soul dance from the 1970’s. Created by Don “Campbellock” Campbell in the clubs of Los Angeles, it involves using strong quick arm movements (points, and wrist rolls) and dynamic pauses (the lock). Locking also utilizes social dances from the era such as the break down, the rock steady, and the funky robot.
In this class we will drill the vocabulary of locking, learn basic to intermediate patterns and combinations. This class will also focus on the soul dances that influence and improve our locking abilities, while focusing on playing with rhythm patterns and having fun in our freestyle.
LockStatic
Jan
22
Mon
2018
LEVEL ONE | Kids Break Academy | Intro to Foundation (Winter Quarter)
Jan 22 @ 5:30 pm – 6:30 pm

LEVEL ONE is for first time students with no formal break dancing experience.  This class is offered to kids ages 6-12 years old.  This series will introduce students to basic, beginner level, foundational moves of Breaking created by the pioneers of the dance style in the 1970s. It is important for B-boys and B-girls to learn the foundation to preserve the true B-Boy / B-Girl style. Students will get familiar with the capabilities of their bodies while learning new moves. Instructors will teach and review moves often to build students coordination, conditioning and confidence.

Sign up NOW!

Student Benefits

  • Learn the fundamentals of Breaking
  • Repetition training and drills for securing foundational moves into muscle memory
  • Improve strength, flexibility and coordination in preparation for intermediate level moves
  • Fun!
LEVEL TWO | Kids Break Academy | Beginner Breaking (Winter Quarter)
Jan 22 @ 6:30 pm – 7:30 pm

LEVEL Two is offered to kids ages 6-12 years old.  This series will continue teaching basic, beginner level, foundational moves of Breaking created by the pioneers of the dance style in the 1970s. It is important for B-boys and B-girls to learn the foundation to preserve the true B-Boy / B-Girl style. Students will get familiar with the capabilities of their bodies while learning new moves. Instructors will teach and review moves often to build students coordination, conditioning and confidence.

Sign up NOW!

 

Student Benefits

  • Learn the fundamentals of Breaking
  • Repetition training and drills for securing foundational moves into muscle memory
  • Improve strength, flexibility and coordination in preparation for intermediate level moves
  • Fun!
Jan
23
Tue
2018
Waacking w/ Tracey (Beginner Adults)
Jan 23 @ 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm
What is Waacking?
 

Waacking is a club-style dance style originating from LA’s underground disco scene in the 70s by the gay Black and Latinx community. The movement consists of moving ones arms to the beat to highlight sounds that the audience normally would not hear. With arm movement being a huge part of waacking, there are also elements of punking (acting and taking on different characters), as well as posing. It is a style that is inspired by black & white films and tv series such as Batman, King Kong, Looney Tunes, Star Wars, Bruce Lee.

– Here is a video of Tracey that demos waacking: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RNPi9jyE5lo
 
 
Class Description
 
In this class, you will learn about the history of this style, basic to complex arm patterns, posing, punking, how to travel, and fun grooves with Tracey! Tracey ensures that class feels like a community and is a safe space for you to reach your full potential and to express your own individuality. All the foundation learned will help you apply it all into extremely fun freestyling exercises! 
 
Who is Tracey Wong?

Tracey Wong is a dancer, educator, and community event curator based in Seattle. She is a co-founder and co-director of Malicious Allure and is formally trained in waacking, vogue, and hip hop and is the first regular waacking instructor in Seattle. Tracey is an alumni member of the dance groups Boogiezone Breed Seattle, The Z Project, and The Purple Lemonade. She is currently a contributing choreographer for the all-female street styles group called The CRUW and co-directed the hip hop dance company Studio 3 Company.

Tracey’s work has been featured in Seattle Arts Museum’s events “Remix” and “The Legendary Children”, Seattle Gay Pride Festival, Bumbershoot, and Flavr Blue at Capitol Hill Block Party’s Mainstage. She’s also worked with top brands such as Nordstrom Pop Up Shop and Microsoft.

Tracey competes heavily in the Seattle battle scene under the alias “Malicious Hi-Chew”. She has been the winner of PDX’s Waacking battle “Nostalgia”, Seattle based vogue competition “En Vogue”, and is the champion for Seattle based all style battle “Matter of Movement 2016”. She was a finalist in Seattle’s World of Dance 2016 Headbangerz Brawl and in LA’s International Whack/ Punk/ Pose Festival, Waackfest 2016.

“I started waacking because it looked dope. The more I delved into this style, the more I learned to love it in its entirety. How it embraces individuality, drama, music, and history. It pushes me to reflect on myself and to explore the spectrum of emotions I can go through. Every time I waack, I tell myself that it is perfectly okay to be me.”

Tracey strives to continue to build a strong bond in the Seattle dance community and continues educating others about the rich history of Waacking while also learning more and more herself each day!

Funk Styles w/ Groove Clan
Jan 23 @ 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm

The Groove Clan Crew will host this class that will cover different styles and techniques of dances associated with “Popping”. Classes will be geared towards drills and learning foundation to build vocabulary for freestyle dancing. Some styles to be covered are Waving, Robot, Popping, Boogaloo, Glides and Footwork.

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Jan
24
Wed
2018
LEVEL FOUR | KIDS BREAK ACADEMY | ADVANCED (Winter Quarter)
Jan 24 @ 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Exploring concepts and ideas to start creating your own moves & style 

LEVEL FOUR students are first required to advance through LEVEL THREE with recommendation from instructor.  Breaking is a very spontaneous and improvisational dance but learning the foundation of the dance is necessary to preserve the true Bboy/Bgirl style and give students a solid foundation of basic movements to start exploring and developing their own unique style. All beginner and intermediate levels focused primarily on learning and perfecting the foundation. We will continue perfecting foundation in this class but also begin to explore concepts and ideas to develop students own unique styles and moves. Students will experience battling and begin creating routines.

Student Benefits:

-New moves and skills set

-Improve strength, flexibility and endurance

-New move combinations

-Ideas for creating original moves and individual style

-Battle Training

-Fun!

Jan
26
Fri
2018
Open Practice Session
Jan 26 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Share the studio space with other dancers to practice moves and movement.  Open practice provides an open space and music with no instructor.

Open Session Rates:

Drop-In: $5

 

Jan
27
Sat
2018
Beginner Breaking and Foundation (Ages 13+)
Jan 27 @ 11:45 am – 12:45 pm
FUNdamental Kids Breakin (Ages 6-10)
Jan 27 @ 12:45 pm – 1:45 pm

FUNdamental Kids Breakin is targeted for kids ages 6-10 and will introduce kids to breakin movements.

The benefits of taking this class is increased motor skills, flexibility, balance, rhythm, memory and strength while having fun, playing games and making new friends!

Pele is a dancer who’s background includes Olympic World Training in junior level boys gymnastics.  These experiences have influenced the programs he has developed for kids of all ages to reach their goals in fitness and sports.

Locking w/ LockStatic (Teens/Adults)
Jan 27 @ 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm
Locking; originally called Campbellocking, is a soul dance from the 1970’s. Created by Don “Campbellock” Campbell in the clubs of Los Angeles, it involves using strong quick arm movements (points, and wrist rolls) and dynamic pauses (the lock). Locking also utilizes social dances from the era such as the break down, the rock steady, and the funky robot.
In this class we will drill the vocabulary of locking, learn basic to intermediate patterns and combinations. This class will also focus on the soul dances that influence and improve our locking abilities, while focusing on playing with rhythm patterns and having fun in our freestyle.
LockStatic
Jan
29
Mon
2018
LEVEL ONE | Kids Break Academy | Intro to Foundation (Winter Quarter)
Jan 29 @ 5:30 pm – 6:30 pm

LEVEL ONE is for first time students with no formal break dancing experience.  This class is offered to kids ages 6-12 years old.  This series will introduce students to basic, beginner level, foundational moves of Breaking created by the pioneers of the dance style in the 1970s. It is important for B-boys and B-girls to learn the foundation to preserve the true B-Boy / B-Girl style. Students will get familiar with the capabilities of their bodies while learning new moves. Instructors will teach and review moves often to build students coordination, conditioning and confidence.

Sign up NOW!

Student Benefits

  • Learn the fundamentals of Breaking
  • Repetition training and drills for securing foundational moves into muscle memory
  • Improve strength, flexibility and coordination in preparation for intermediate level moves
  • Fun!
LEVEL TWO | Kids Break Academy | Beginner Breaking (Winter Quarter)
Jan 29 @ 6:30 pm – 7:30 pm

LEVEL Two is offered to kids ages 6-12 years old.  This series will continue teaching basic, beginner level, foundational moves of Breaking created by the pioneers of the dance style in the 1970s. It is important for B-boys and B-girls to learn the foundation to preserve the true B-Boy / B-Girl style. Students will get familiar with the capabilities of their bodies while learning new moves. Instructors will teach and review moves often to build students coordination, conditioning and confidence.

Sign up NOW!

 

Student Benefits

  • Learn the fundamentals of Breaking
  • Repetition training and drills for securing foundational moves into muscle memory
  • Improve strength, flexibility and coordination in preparation for intermediate level moves
  • Fun!
Jan
30
Tue
2018
Waacking w/ Tracey (Beginner Adults)
Jan 30 @ 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm
What is Waacking?
 

Waacking is a club-style dance style originating from LA’s underground disco scene in the 70s by the gay Black and Latinx community. The movement consists of moving ones arms to the beat to highlight sounds that the audience normally would not hear. With arm movement being a huge part of waacking, there are also elements of punking (acting and taking on different characters), as well as posing. It is a style that is inspired by black & white films and tv series such as Batman, King Kong, Looney Tunes, Star Wars, Bruce Lee.

– Here is a video of Tracey that demos waacking: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RNPi9jyE5lo
 
 
Class Description
 
In this class, you will learn about the history of this style, basic to complex arm patterns, posing, punking, how to travel, and fun grooves with Tracey! Tracey ensures that class feels like a community and is a safe space for you to reach your full potential and to express your own individuality. All the foundation learned will help you apply it all into extremely fun freestyling exercises! 
 
Who is Tracey Wong?

Tracey Wong is a dancer, educator, and community event curator based in Seattle. She is a co-founder and co-director of Malicious Allure and is formally trained in waacking, vogue, and hip hop and is the first regular waacking instructor in Seattle. Tracey is an alumni member of the dance groups Boogiezone Breed Seattle, The Z Project, and The Purple Lemonade. She is currently a contributing choreographer for the all-female street styles group called The CRUW and co-directed the hip hop dance company Studio 3 Company.

Tracey’s work has been featured in Seattle Arts Museum’s events “Remix” and “The Legendary Children”, Seattle Gay Pride Festival, Bumbershoot, and Flavr Blue at Capitol Hill Block Party’s Mainstage. She’s also worked with top brands such as Nordstrom Pop Up Shop and Microsoft.

Tracey competes heavily in the Seattle battle scene under the alias “Malicious Hi-Chew”. She has been the winner of PDX’s Waacking battle “Nostalgia”, Seattle based vogue competition “En Vogue”, and is the champion for Seattle based all style battle “Matter of Movement 2016”. She was a finalist in Seattle’s World of Dance 2016 Headbangerz Brawl and in LA’s International Whack/ Punk/ Pose Festival, Waackfest 2016.

“I started waacking because it looked dope. The more I delved into this style, the more I learned to love it in its entirety. How it embraces individuality, drama, music, and history. It pushes me to reflect on myself and to explore the spectrum of emotions I can go through. Every time I waack, I tell myself that it is perfectly okay to be me.”

Tracey strives to continue to build a strong bond in the Seattle dance community and continues educating others about the rich history of Waacking while also learning more and more herself each day!

Funk Styles w/ Groove Clan
Jan 30 @ 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm

The Groove Clan Crew will host this class that will cover different styles and techniques of dances associated with “Popping”. Classes will be geared towards drills and learning foundation to build vocabulary for freestyle dancing. Some styles to be covered are Waving, Robot, Popping, Boogaloo, Glides and Footwork.

image

 

IMG_8097

Jan
31
Wed
2018
LEVEL FOUR | KIDS BREAK ACADEMY | ADVANCED (Winter Quarter)
Jan 31 @ 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Exploring concepts and ideas to start creating your own moves & style 

LEVEL FOUR students are first required to advance through LEVEL THREE with recommendation from instructor.  Breaking is a very spontaneous and improvisational dance but learning the foundation of the dance is necessary to preserve the true Bboy/Bgirl style and give students a solid foundation of basic movements to start exploring and developing their own unique style. All beginner and intermediate levels focused primarily on learning and perfecting the foundation. We will continue perfecting foundation in this class but also begin to explore concepts and ideas to develop students own unique styles and moves. Students will experience battling and begin creating routines.

Student Benefits:

-New moves and skills set

-Improve strength, flexibility and endurance

-New move combinations

-Ideas for creating original moves and individual style

-Battle Training

-Fun!

Feb
2
Fri
2018
Open Practice Session
Feb 2 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Share the studio space with other dancers to practice moves and movement.  Open practice provides an open space and music with no instructor.

Open Session Rates:

Drop-In: $5

 

Feb
3
Sat
2018
Beginner Breaking and Foundation (Ages 13+)
Feb 3 @ 11:45 am – 12:45 pm
FUNdamental Kids Breakin (Ages 6-10)
Feb 3 @ 12:45 pm – 1:45 pm

FUNdamental Kids Breakin is targeted for kids ages 6-10 and will introduce kids to breakin movements.

The benefits of taking this class is increased motor skills, flexibility, balance, rhythm, memory and strength while having fun, playing games and making new friends!

Pele is a dancer who’s background includes Olympic World Training in junior level boys gymnastics.  These experiences have influenced the programs he has developed for kids of all ages to reach their goals in fitness and sports.

Locking w/ LockStatic (Teens/Adults)
Feb 3 @ 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm
Locking; originally called Campbellocking, is a soul dance from the 1970’s. Created by Don “Campbellock” Campbell in the clubs of Los Angeles, it involves using strong quick arm movements (points, and wrist rolls) and dynamic pauses (the lock). Locking also utilizes social dances from the era such as the break down, the rock steady, and the funky robot.
In this class we will drill the vocabulary of locking, learn basic to intermediate patterns and combinations. This class will also focus on the soul dances that influence and improve our locking abilities, while focusing on playing with rhythm patterns and having fun in our freestyle.
LockStatic
Feb
5
Mon
2018
LEVEL ONE | Kids Break Academy | Intro to Foundation (Winter Quarter)
Feb 5 @ 5:30 pm – 6:30 pm

LEVEL ONE is for first time students with no formal break dancing experience.  This class is offered to kids ages 6-12 years old.  This series will introduce students to basic, beginner level, foundational moves of Breaking created by the pioneers of the dance style in the 1970s. It is important for B-boys and B-girls to learn the foundation to preserve the true B-Boy / B-Girl style. Students will get familiar with the capabilities of their bodies while learning new moves. Instructors will teach and review moves often to build students coordination, conditioning and confidence.

Sign up NOW!

Student Benefits

  • Learn the fundamentals of Breaking
  • Repetition training and drills for securing foundational moves into muscle memory
  • Improve strength, flexibility and coordination in preparation for intermediate level moves
  • Fun!

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