UDOIT Dance Foundation aim to inspire, engage and empower children and young people through street dance, making sure all opportunities are inclusive for everyone to enjoy.
Street Dance is a great way to engage young people in fun physical activity, that stimulates the mind & body helping to improve their physical and mental health. Street Dance can help improve coordination, memory, musicality, strength and cardiovascular fitness, whilst harnessing their creativity, imagination & confidence.
The routine is broken down into smaller parts and is able to be differentiated.
- All you need is enough space to move around.
- 20 minutes but can be accessed in shorter parts.
- Access to the video
- Any group size
- The activities are designed to be worked on in pairs.
- Aimed at secondary school pupils.
Give your pupils the chance to learn the iconic duo that Afro Pierre showcased on Sky One's "Got to Dance".
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