Learn to Vogue with the awesome Tyler - for all ages and abilities
Vogue dance classes @Studio 59
Vogue dancing is fluidity at its most extreme with exaggerated movements influenced by ballet, jazz and modern dance.
Our Vogue classes will teach you a range of Vogue styles & techniques, including 'Vogue Fem' where you'll learn Dramatics (with the emphasis on stunts, tricks, and speed) and Soft (where you'll develop some serious technique that will focus on grace and creating beautiful and seamless continuations between the core elements of hands, floorwork, spins, dips, catwalking and duckwalking.
All taught by the awesome Tyler - his classes are seriously fun, fabulous and welcoming to people of all abilities and backgrounds. The main requirement is a willingness to give it a try!
Why learn to Vogue with us?
Here's just a few techniques you'll learn when you enroll in our Vogue Dance Classes:
In performance, the hands of the performer often told a story. This is the component of performing used to throw shade. For example, miming an expression of horror at the way the opponents face looks.
Spins and Dips
This is the showiest component of vogue. These are the turns on beat, and the drops to the floor. A spin or dip is only done correctly when executed with the climax happening on the beat
Catwalking is an exaggerated feminine walk where the legs are crossed over each other, the hips are thrust from side to side, and the hands are thrown forward in opposition to the legs.
This component demonstrates the competitors' sensuality as they roll, twist, and otherwise move on the ground in such a way as to capture the attention of the judges.
In Voguing, 'duckwalking' involves squatting on your heels and kicking your feet out as you move forward on the beat. Harder than it looks, but boy will it tone those legs!
If you're interested in learning to Vogue...
...you may be interested in our Heels classes
Heels - Intermediate & Advanced
What can we say - just give it a try. Whether you've done any heels dancing before, or you've just watched in envy at some of the heels dancers you've seen on the TV and in music videos, you need to get on board and give it a try.
And even if you're not looking to be a serious heels dancer, the skills and moves that you will learn could help add some spice to your life, if you know what we mean ;-)