Hip Hop is a Street Dance that encompasses a wide range of styles, most notably the use of body part isolation, which was created in the 1970s and became popular in the United States.
It is often improvised and social in nature, encouraging interaction and communication with spectators and other dancers.
Through the courses at T.I.M.E. children learn to confidently improvise their own choreographies and figures in the rhythm of contemporary sounds. Hip hop-ers follow specific choreographies, enhancing timing, body control and consequence of these.