Dancehall

Learn the original dance from Jamaica at X-Step in Berlin

The bass driven music and the unique flow will inspire you!

 

Dancehall reflects Jamaican culture and brings its music and dance together. Skip, I swear and Sweep are just three of many moves which have been created on this Carribbean island. The culture is full of energy and love for life - we at X-Step simply love it!

Are you curious and want to learn authentic dancehall moves and choreographies? 

 

Come to X-Step and experience the Jamaican original.

 

Dancehall at the dance school X-Step in Berlin

Our Dancehall trainer Swaggi Maggi constantly visits Jamaica and promotes authentic Dancehall Cultur in Berlin and throughout Germany.

At the 15-year aniversary celebration of our dance school she was judging a battle in the in these times tiny little dancehall scene in Germany and Poland. Now she brings Jamaican dancehall performers to Berlin and establishes dancehall culture, showing the real dance behind commercial videos and confronts the stereotypes transmitted through them.

After an extensive warm-up we will teach you basic steps of oldscholl dancehall and new scholl dancehall. Afterwards you will have fun dancing a choreography using the steps you just learned. At the end of every class you will work out and strech.

Get fit and agile with dancehall. Fun is guaranteed! 

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This class belongs to the flatrate: 
  • 1 experience: 0
  • 2 6+ months
  • 3 1.5+ years
  • A all levels
  • K children's class
  • J teen's class
  • R rehab class

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At the age of nine, Rima discovered dancing for herself. Starting as a cheerleader, Rima joined a large dance club at the age of eleven, where she danced different styles such as Hip Hop, House, Locking and Vouging. At her first dancehall workshop Her passion for this dance culture was awakened for ten years. Rima has been intensively involved with dancehall for almost four years, taking part in numerous workshops and camps, creating numerous choreographies and shows and sharing her passion and her knowledge of dancehall in various workshops At the Dance Academy Dresden since March 2019, Rima was the first dancer who regularly taught dancehall in Dresden and has since contributed to the respectful spread of dancehall in Dresden and the surrounding area. Because of her great passion for dancing, Rima has now moved to Berlin.

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Nay has always had a love for Caribbean music - especially dancehall and soca. Since she was little she has been dancing on it and has been doing it on a professional level for several years now. In 2019 she also won the Queens On Top title, which made her the national Dancehall Queen. In her course, Nay focuses on the female side of dancehall dance, which is closely intertwined with Jamaican culture. The focus is on female empowerment and the celebration of the female body.

 

Rima
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Rima

At the age of nine, Rima discovered dancing for herself. Starting as a cheerleader, Rima joined a large dance club at the age of eleven, where she danced different styles such as Hip Hop, House, Locking and Vouging. At her first dancehall workshop Her passion for this dance culture was awakened for ten years. Rima has been intensively involved with dancehall for almost four years, taking part in numerous workshops and camps, creating numerous choreographies and shows and sharing her passion and her knowledge of dancehall in various workshops At the Dance Academy Dresden since March 2019, Rima was the first dancer who regularly taught dancehall in Dresden and has since contributed to the respectful spread of dancehall in Dresden and the surrounding area. Because of her great passion for dancing, Rima has now moved to Berlin.

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Nay

Nay has always had a love for Caribbean music - especially dancehall and soca. Since she was little she has been dancing on it and has been doing it on a professional level for several years now. In 2019 she also won the Queens On Top title, which made her the national Dancehall Queen. In her course, Nay focuses on the female side of dancehall dance, which is closely intertwined with Jamaican culture. The focus is on female empowerment and the celebration of the female body.

 

Rima
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Rima

At the age of nine, Rima discovered dancing for herself. Starting as a cheerleader, Rima joined a large dance club at the age of eleven, where she danced different styles such as Hip Hop, House, Locking and Vouging. At her first dancehall workshop Her passion for this dance culture was awakened for ten years. Rima has been intensively involved with dancehall for almost four years, taking part in numerous workshops and camps, creating numerous choreographies and shows and sharing her passion and her knowledge of dancehall in various workshops At the Dance Academy Dresden since March 2019, Rima was the first dancer who regularly taught dancehall in Dresden and has since contributed to the respectful spread of dancehall in Dresden and the surrounding area. Because of her great passion for dancing, Rima has now moved to Berlin.

Nay
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Nay

Nay has always had a love for Caribbean music - especially dancehall and soca. Since she was little she has been dancing on it and has been doing it on a professional level for several years now. In 2019 she also won the Queens On Top title, which made her the national Dancehall Queen. In her course, Nay focuses on the female side of dancehall dance, which is closely intertwined with Jamaican culture. The focus is on female empowerment and the celebration of the female body.

 

Rima
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Rima

At the age of nine, Rima discovered dancing for herself. Starting as a cheerleader, Rima joined a large dance club at the age of eleven, where she danced different styles such as Hip Hop, House, Locking and Vouging. At her first dancehall workshop Her passion for this dance culture was awakened for ten years. Rima has been intensively involved with dancehall for almost four years, taking part in numerous workshops and camps, creating numerous choreographies and shows and sharing her passion and her knowledge of dancehall in various workshops At the Dance Academy Dresden since March 2019, Rima was the first dancer who regularly taught dancehall in Dresden and has since contributed to the respectful spread of dancehall in Dresden and the surrounding area. Because of her great passion for dancing, Rima has now moved to Berlin.

Nay
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Nay

Nay has always had a love for Caribbean music - especially dancehall and soca. Since she was little she has been dancing on it and has been doing it on a professional level for several years now. In 2019 she also won the Queens On Top title, which made her the national Dancehall Queen. In her course, Nay focuses on the female side of dancehall dance, which is closely intertwined with Jamaican culture. The focus is on female empowerment and the celebration of the female body.

 

Rima
X

Rima

At the age of nine, Rima discovered dancing for herself. Starting as a cheerleader, Rima joined a large dance club at the age of eleven, where she danced different styles such as Hip Hop, House, Locking and Vouging. At her first dancehall workshop Her passion for this dance culture was awakened for ten years. Rima has been intensively involved with dancehall for almost four years, taking part in numerous workshops and camps, creating numerous choreographies and shows and sharing her passion and her knowledge of dancehall in various workshops At the Dance Academy Dresden since March 2019, Rima was the first dancer who regularly taught dancehall in Dresden and has since contributed to the respectful spread of dancehall in Dresden and the surrounding area. Because of her great passion for dancing, Rima has now moved to Berlin.

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