We are happy to introduce a new class structure to provide you with holistic dance training in our Open Classes. Now, you will have a choice of attending the Breezy Hour, which is a 60 minutes dance class, and the Pump Hour, which gives you 90 minutes of pure dance and training.
Breezy Hour classes are suitable for beginners who would like to slowly ease themselves into the world of dance. The lightweight structure of the class places much emphasis on the fun nature of dance and choreography. It is also great for those who are returning back to dance after a long hiatus and absence.
Breezy Hour applies to all classes on Mondays to Fridays before 6.30pm.
The 90 minutes structure of the Pump Hour classes takes on three parts – warm up, techniques and choreography. The Pump Hour allows our instructors to break it down further, teach and ease you in with techniques and incorporate it all into choreography. You are assured of quality dance classes and training with Studio Wu.
The Pump Hour belt is set aside from 6.30pm-9.30pm on Mondays to Fridays and on all hours on weekends.
Outside the Breezy and Pump Hours, Studio Wu is proud to present the Community Concept Hour. On weekdays after 9.30pm, the Studio space is set aside for conceptualized classes catering to the needs of the dance community. It is our part in giving back to the dance scene and also to grow and nurture it. One such concept is “THE CLASS” helmed by the Studio Wu Elite Dance Team. We look forward to new additions and concepts to complement the Community Concept Hour.
A starting point for amateur students with little or no background of dancing, introductory level aims to teach the necessary and fundamental elements of dancing.
We will teach basic techniques at a comfortable pace at this level where you can slowly train your body before attempting more vigorous dance steps.
This level focuses on building solid technique and good form. It is recommended for beginner student who has learnt the fundamental dance techniques and would like to learn more challenging movements at a slower pace.
Intermediate class caters for students who already have certain dance aptitude. A more complex level of dance movements and techniques will be taught. Students taking this class can enjoy a more vigorous and challenging choreography.
Advanced classes are designed for dancers who already have moderate to high level of experience. The pace of the class would be fast-moving coupled with complex choreography. Students can expect to be pushed past their limits in displaying showmanship and their mastery of techniques in class.