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Popular with African-Americans and Puerto-Ricans, street dance was used as an expression of resistance and cultural identity outside of the mainstream. The energetic nature of street dance makes it popular with young people on a variety of levels, both as an art form, a competitive activity or for physical exercise
Benefits of Street Dance are flexible hands, feet and joints - As opposed to many traditional dances, street dancing moves may require the participant's hands to support their body weight, as well as the feet and leg joints. Regular street dancing exercise will strengthen these areas over time and greatly improve their flexibility.
Spotlight School of Dance Street Classes are energetic, fun and a superb way to keep in shape. It is a fantastic way of making new friends by learning group routines.