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Dance
  • Wednesdays, to
    8:30pm - 9:30pm
$40 for 4 Classes
Emeline Roukia
TAPAC class

Learn some of dancehall’s most iconic moves and discover more about the genre and the meaning behind the steps. Dancehall is a type of Jamaican popular music, with reggae and roots origins, that emerged in the 1970s...

High energy, Dancehall dance blends African styles with hip hop grooves. It’s all about attitude and energy with an emphasis on moving your hips and booty.

Dancehall touches on female steps, badman styles, and dancehall foundations to banging rhythms.

Have no fear, this class is beginner-friendly and tutor Emeline promises you’ll have a whole lot of  fun!

Teaching artist

Emeline Roukia TAPAC

Emeline Roukia

Emeline began her dance training at 11 in the North of France with breaking, popping and locking styles. After 6 years of dance crew competitions, battling, she trained in jazz and contemporary dance. In 2009, Emeline discovered Jamaican dancehall and culture and honed her skills with seminars, workshops and masterclasses with professional dancers from Europe and Jamaica. Her choreographies are a mix of musicality, ragga/dancehall style with a hip-hop vibe!