Hip Hop | Video Subscription

***Please note – this is a video subscription, not a live class***


Perfect your technique and performance by learning choreography set to the latest tracks.
This class starts with a fitness based warm up as well as practising drills in the foundations of different hip hop movements. You will then learn choreography based around the foundations learnt in the drills, focusing on musicality and groove, with the aim of leaving the class having learnt at least three of the main foundations of the style. The end of the class may vary from week to week, with the possibility of having some time to freestyle and try out your own movement.

If you join us for a hip hop class, you can expect to improve your confidence in the style as you improve your technique.


This class is an intermediate to advanced level and is designed for dancers who have previous experience of hip hop.

“Come with an open mind and be ready to work hard. I am super diverse with my music choices which means every week will have a different vibe to it. The whole point of the class is to feel welcome and feel supported by myself and everyone in the class, so give it a go!” – Rikkai Scott, Hip Hop Tutor


You should wear anything that you feel comfortable to move in and that is non-restrictive e.g. leggings, tracksuit bottoms or workout gear. It’s best if you wear shoes or trainers for this class, and you may wish to have a towel to hand – prepare to get a bit sweaty!

Make sure you have water to hand, it’s important to stay hydrated.

Before you take part in a class, please make sure you read our Safe Practice at Home Checklist, click here to download now.


You will have access to the full term of classes until Monday 4 January, 2021.

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Meet the Tutor
Rikkai Scott

Rikkai is a trained graduate from London Contemporary Dance School and has a BA Hons in Fine Arts. Rikkai began his professional career in Amsterdam as company member of De Kiss Moves Fusion Dance Company from 2012 – 14. Rikkai moved to London as a freelance artist and since then he has performed with Boy Blue Entertainment, 201 Dance Company and MCDC. He has also worked with choreographers such as Jean Abreu, Hannah Meraki and Tony Adigun. Rikkai recently began teaching at DanceEast. He is the Artistic Director of BDblaq Dance, and his first duet piece as part of BDblaq premiered at Resolution 2018, which led to a commission by Bermuda Cultural Affairs to remake and perform the duet in Bermuda and nation-wide. As well as this, BDblaq tour shows and lead dance technique workshops to educate, empower and inspire talent from 11 years + including professional dancers.

Class Days and Times

A video subscription provides you with access to the full term of Hip Hop classes, so you can take part at a time that suits you.


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