1:00 - 1:45
Want to feel like you are starring in your own K-Pop MV? Get moving to choreography from some of your favorite K-Pop Idols, e.g. Twice, BTS, Blackpink and more. Beginning/intermediate level class taught by Lydia Chon from Rae Studios, San Francisco. For ages 12 and older.
About the Instructor
Lydia Chon is a 24-year old New Orleans native who has lived in the Bay Area for over two years. She has danced for over 11 years and is trained in jazz, ballet, contemporary and hip hop where she danced competitively on a dance team. She was also part of the All-Star Dance Team where she performed in international countries. With her love for K-Pop, she currently teaches Beginner/Intermediate K-Pop classes where she can teach you your favorite K-Pop choreo. Currently, she is represented by Rae Dance Agency.
About Rae Studios
Rae Studios is a dance & fitness studio overlooking downtown San Francisco. Featuring 3 gorgeous plant life studios with a roster of 30+ teachers offering 50+ virtual classes a week. Their classes include yoga, fitness, cardio dance and dance technique from all levels, beginner and advanced. Classes include Cardio Jam, Hip Hop, Kickboxing, Yoga Flow, K-POP, Zumba, Jazz Funk, Sweat 30, Waacking, Belly Dance, Reggaeton, Musical Theater and more.
Rae Studios' Mission Statement
The mission of Rae Studios is to merge the ideologies of popular dance culture by bridging fitness gym and traditional dance studio mentality into a place that welcomes all levels of dance & fitness in a healthy progressive environment. Our goal is to provide San Francisco dance seekers with community, growth and participation through artistic outlets of music + movement. Our culture is simple; create a space for dance and community to thrive, water the roots of our passion, fuel our dreams by action and inspire others to do the same.
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