Virtual Live Stream - Pre-registration required minimum 1 hour before class.
Heavily influenced by African roots, Jamaican dancers have cultivated the art form known as Dancehall. The name Dancehall originated from the dance halls of Jamaica. Dance halls existed in the inner cities of Kingston since the 1950s/1950s. The dance halls acted as a place of solidarity and solace for the marginalized in a society where European culture was held to higher regards and African culture was stigmatised. This style incorporates dance, music, fashion and a sense of community.
Get your body movin' to one of our most highly requested classes! Dancehall is an uptempo style of dance originating in Jamaica and has its roots in Reggae music. It's fast, it's uplifting and you just can't keep still once this music gets going.
All Levels: No previous experience required.
Footwear: Clean indoor runners. Attire: Loose, stretch clothing you can sweat in.
Welcome to our virtual studio!
Your City Dance Corps community is here to move with you every step of the way. Our goal is simple: healthy bodies, healthy minds, connected hearts.
3 EASY STEPS TO JOIN:
Sign up for a virtual live stream class through our app, or website.
Download the ZOOM app on the device you wish to watch the class from.
You will be sent an email from City Dance Corps1 hour before your class. Click on the ‘JOIN CLASS’ link to start your class.
SOME HELPFUL TIPS:
Registration closes 1 hour before class.
No-shows may be charged a late cancellation fee. Cancel ahead of time from your CDC account profile or CDC app.
Be sure you are receiving your email to the same device you are streaming the class on.
You must be signed into your CDC account in Wellness Living to access the link
If your link doesn't work, or you don't get the email, you can log in to your CDC account and join the live stream from your 'Schedule' section in your account.