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Hip-hop dance workshop @Sunshine Place online

For many parents, summer is the perfect time to develop their kids' other talents and pursue their interests in either sketching, painting, singing, playing musical instruments or dancing.

This summer, Sunshine Place offers online Little Sunshine workshops in these different fields of interests.

Sunshine Place is pleased to announce that from April 6 to May 27, 2021, licensed dance fitness instructor and celebrity movement coach Mark Cruz will be conducting a 16-session course on Hip-Hop/Street Dance at Sunshine Place online. There will be two sessions every Tuesdays and Thursdays, from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. for ages 5-8 years old; and from 1:30-2:30 p.m. for ages 9-13 years old. Cruz will begin his classes with warm-up, stretching and conditioning exercises and movements before going to the main choreography.

A very energetic form of dancing, hip-hop helps develop motor skills agility, speed and eye-hand/body coordination, thus helping improve physical health. It encourages creativity as it allows the dancers freedom of movement and self-expression. It also teaches them self-discipline and self-confidence.  Plus of course, dancing is fun.

To enroll/know more, please call (0917) 515-5656| (0917) 801-6440 or email [email protected].

Interested parties can also follow Sunshine Place online at website http://www.sunshineplaceph.com[email protected]; Instagram @sunshineplaceph and through hashtags

#sunshineplacephonline#sunshineneverstopshining

#SunshineIamFittoFight #SunshineBelieveinYourself

#SunshineDontGiveUp #SunshineHealthyAlltheWay

Topics: Sunshine Place , Little Sunshine workshops , sketching , painting , singing , playing musical instruments , dancing
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