Urban Hustle Soul Line Dance 

This is a two-day test workshop. Candidates participate the first day in a live webinar to discuss, ask questions, and get further understanding on anatomy and physiology. The second day is conducted on location to discuss dance education, techniques, teaching skills, the art of business, practical assessment, and written exam.

The cost of $209.95 includes 2-day test workshop, book, test workshop admission ticket, and other materials. 

Latin-Soul Line Dance COMING SOON

Prerequisite: Urban Hustle Soul Line Dance Instructor certification

Latin-Soul music is a combination of Cuban Mambo, Latin Jazz, and R&B/Funk. The line dance routines consist of an assortment of Latin dance movements with a flavor of urban dance movements.

The objectives for this course are to distinguish the different Afro-Cuban rhythms and styles for each dance movement when choreographing routines, dance terminology, and learn various Latin dances. 

Urban Partner Dance COMING SOON

Philly Bop Instructor 

The Philly Bop also known as Be Bop originated from the Jitterbug and considered a form of Swing Dance. The Bop became popular in Philadelphia during the 1950’s and is the city’s official dance. The steps are simple and danced alone, or with a partner; it contains 6 counts, double step, double step, step-step with gliding footwork and continuous hand movements. 

The objectives for this course are to learn proper dance terminology, leading and following, hand and feet positions, walking, balance, promenade position, tempo, and rhythm.


Chicago-Style Stepping Instructor

Chicago-Style Stepping also known as Steppin, originated from Swing Dance, and is popular in the regions of Chicago, Detroit, Cleveland, Baltimore, and Washington, D.C. 

Ragtime music and style, combined with improvisation and syncopation in between beats makes this urban dance form unique. The Chicago Bop grew into Steppin, and it is more an Eastern style dance, while Steppin is more Western.

The objectives for this course is to learn the 6 count basic pattern, double and two syncopated triples rhythm patterns, understanding the downbeat, the lead, and footwork. 

Strand and Two Step Instructor

The Strand, another Philly dance, features slow dancing combined with Two Step movements, walking and opening side-to-side, with other dramatic dips and movements in-between.

The objectives for this course are to learn proper dance terminology, leading and following, hand and feet positions, walking, balance, promenade position, tempo, dips, and rhythm.

Urban Dance Wellness Instructor COMING SOON

Wellness programs consists of the mind and body coming together to promote a sense of wellbeing, self-efficacy, and enjoyment. The objective is to promote a healthy lifestyle, by encouraging physical fitness, healthy eating, and collaborating with other health organizations.

The objectives for this course are to learn how to engage the sedentary population (older adults, joint replacements, weight issues, etc). Develop a written document of program components, expected outcomes, policies, evaluation plan, behavior changes, and impact. Understand the difference between emotional, social, intellectual, financial, occupational, spiritual, mental, physical, environmental, and medical wellness.