Break Dancing

Break Dancing is a cornerstone and one of the foundations of Hip-Hop culture. 
In the 70's as the disco fad started to fade, street DJs found a way to loop the best part of their favorite songs. The best parts were called the "Breaks". B-Boys 

          Meet your breakin Professor John-John 
John John has been dancing and performing since the age of 12. His passion for dance began with Hip-Hop and Breaking. Wanting to grow as a well- rounded dancer he trained in Ballet, Modern, Jazz, Contemporary and African and was very active in choreographing and performing in both high school and college. John John was featured in America's favorite dance television show, SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE SEASON 16. He has been featured in music videos with platinum artist such as The Jonas Brothers, Daddy Yankee, Natty Natasha, Sebastian Yatra and Ingrid Michaelson. He has performed at the Radio City Music Hall with Soave, has been a featured dancer on MTV’s TRL, and danced on a national tour with Raymix. He also worked with well known choreographers such as Stacey Tookey, Cat Rendic, Luther Brown, Mandy Moore, Talia Favia, Ashle Dawson, Anthony Rue, etc.  John John has developed a unique and distinct style by mixing contemporary and breaking when he freestyles and choreographs movement. He continues to strive in diversifying his skill set by training in classes at Broadway Dance Center, Peridance Capezio Center, and EXPG. He succeeded in winning 1st place in Monsters of Hip Hop LA and has trained in Urban Dance League directed by Anthony Rue. He strongly grasps every opportunity to educate him further in becoming successful in the dance industry.  His main endeavor is to travel, teach, inspire, and perform all over the world and to create a name for himself.  “Dance is My Passion. My Reason. My Life.”