Hip Hop Dance For Beginners: Dance Routine to Robin Shulz - Suga | Emeroy Bernardo | Skillshare

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Hip Hop Dance For Beginners: Dance Routine to Robin Shulz - Suga

teacher avatar Emeroy Bernardo, Dance Instructor | Health Coach | | Author

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Lessons in This Class

11 Lessons (30m)
    • 1. Intro

    • 2. Routine Preview

    • 3. 01 1st Eight Count

    • 4. 02 2nd Eight Count

    • 5. 03 1st 2nd Eight Count

    • 6. 04 3rd Eight Count

    • 7. 05 1st 3rd Eight Count

    • 8. 06 4th Eight Count

    • 9. 07 1st 4th Eight Count

    • 10. 08 5th and 6th Eight Count

    • 11. 08 Entire Routine

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About This Class

If you've always wanted to dance hip hop but felt intimidated, feel like you have no rhythm, or have no idea where to start?


In this class, join Emeroy and his students as he teaches you a simple routine to Robin Shulz' "" From the purpose of the move to how you should or shouldn't do a move, Emeroy breaks down every move in detail.

This class is made for people who have absolutely no experience in dancing. Throughout the class, Emeroy emphasizes the importance of effort over perfection because that's what will help you make progress. This class is perfect for dance enthusiasts, people who want to develop their rhythm, and everyone who just loves to dance.

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Emeroy Bernardo

Dance Instructor | Health Coach | | Author


       Emeroy is a professional dancer and entrepreneur based out of Los Angeles, CA. He has been dancing since the age of 8 and has been teaching since 2004.

    He's danced and toured with international companies such as Culture Shock, Antics, and Movin' On Up Productions, performed for the Los Angeles Rose Parade, LA Sparks, and the LA Clippers, and is a two time City of Alhambra B-Boy Champion and a 2017 Prelude Las Vegas Champion.

    When he isn't dancing, Emeroy runs a digital marketing agency called Vision Paradox. They've successfully helped musicians and tech companies build their online platforms, build their email list, sell out shows, and gain millions of views on their content. Their goal is to do th... See full profile

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