Pulsating expressive elements, vigorous movements and the hot sound of Conga drums are typical for Afro-Brazilian dance.
Pilates improves the body - mind - soul unity and body perception and supports the body in its natural posture enabling the compensation of false positions.
In Modern Dance the respective technique was developed by the choreographers according to the artistic demands they required of their dancers.
More and more older people are discovering dance for themselves. No coincidence, as science proves them right: dance seems to be the ideal physical activity for the elderly as it combines cardiovascular exercise with strength, balance and agility.
High heels dance, or "heels" for short, is not really a dance style, but rather a technique.
Hip Hop, House, B-Boying and Funk Styles like Popping and Locking or Dancehall are just a few of the many styles known as "Urban Styles".
With the jazz dance the portion of the single elements is different according to the school or interpreters and more or less mixed with elements of the modern dance, the classical and contemporary dance, as well as the Hip Hop.
Tap dance goes back to the 1830s. It originated in the New York part of town of Five Points where different ethnic groups gathered and organised competitions to show their best movements.
Yoga is an Indian philosophical teaching that includes a series of mental and physical exercises.
Contemporary dance has no generally binding dance technique, but a mixture of different dance forms - from classical up to the modern dance - and body work such as Yoga, Feldenkrais, Alexander Technik, Pilates or energy work.
At the heart of the Feldenkrais method are patterns of movement that shape the everyday life of a person combined with the possibilities to appropriately vary them.
Dance for Health is an energetic process between dance and bodily function on the basis of the five-element principle of Chinese medicine combined with various techniques such as breathing, kinaesthesia, improvised dance and stretching.