In this video from Laurie Ann Gibson, you will learn how to perform the choreography to one of Lady Gaga's most popular songs. This dance is straight out of the music video for "Poker Face" and now you can learn it on your own!
It's Hammer time! Learn how to pull of the MC Hammer Dance at a dance party! This dance consists of three steps and with a little practice is super easy to pull off. Learn how to do the MC Hammer dance at a party with help from one expert.
Learn how to do the Melbourne Shuffle dance, also called the T-Step The Melbourne Shuffle, or the T-Step, transitions into the classic dance move “The Running Man.”
Do the Pussycat Dolls make you want to get up a shake your rump? Here's your chance! In this three-part tutorial, learn the "Jai Ho!" dance moves from the Pussycat Dolls music video!
Are you a Hairspray fan? Why not learn the routine for, "Nicest Kids in Town" from one of Hairspray actors? Tabitha Lupien, who played Becky in Hairspray gives a dance lesson for a class of youngsters for Fit for a Feast, a children's video site full of kid cooking and kid fitness videos. Incorporating jazz dance, leaps, turns, and kicks, this lesson from Tabitha is sure to get your blood pumping and your body sweating! A great way to get some exercise! this afternoon!
Lindyhopper49, a huge fan of the "King of Pop", will teach you how to dance like Michael Jackson. He's not a professional dancer, but he does have some great advice and information on how to to Jackson's most famous moves.
This is a Melbourne Shuffle dance basics tutorial. It covers the Shuffle, Running Man and Transition. This is a sort of Jumpstyle that has parts of linedancing and hip hop woven into the moves. It's from Australia and the lesson breaks down each move.
This is a Jumpstyle tutorial by Crewster Jumpen. Jumpstyle is huge in Europe. It is an odd folk inspired dance to rhythmic electronica. The basics of jumpstyle are jumps. Master little nuances of the jumps that move your feet back and forth rhythmically with the music. It's very athletic like breakdancing or the Irish jig.
The first part of the dance routine to Every Little Step is to step to the right and bring your left foot to your right. Now do a step to the left and bring your right foot to your left. Repeat. The next step is to take your right foot and move put it in front of you. Now take the same foot and move it behind you. Next, make a circle going counter clockwise using only three steps. Repeat these moves from the time you stepped foward. Now repeat the four steps you made going from side to side t...
Do you think you can dance? In this how to video, Kelly Peters, a teacher at New York City's Broadway Dance Center, teaches an R&B partnering combination with his students. This R&B dance routine demonstrates some great moves that you can incorporate into any modern dance routine. Watch this how to video and you will be able to do this R&B partnering combination. Do a R&B partnering dance combination.
The basic idea of the figure 8 is to manipulate the glowsticks in a way that creates a trail of light resembling the number "8." One glowstick is drawing the outline of an "8" while the other glowstick follows in its path. One way of doing this is using your arms. This video demonstrates how to draw an 8 using mainly arm movements (as opposed to wrist movements.)
This how to video is designed for people who wanted to start glowstringing but has never done it before. The tutorial starts by answering some of the most common questions such as how to tie the strings and how to hold them, then moving on to teach the Weave, Windmill, and Butterfly. All you need is a pair of shoelaces and a pair of 6 inch glowsticks (either used or unused) then you can start here. Some people like their shoelaces round and thin, some like theirs flat and thick. It doesn't ma...
Bollywood dance is any dance from an Indian film. These dances have traditional Indian influences mixed with hip hop moves. Bollywood dancing is a fun way to get a great workout. Learn the easy dance steps and burn off some excess calories at the same time with this how to video.
Learn how to do the body wave, a basic dance move essential for popping and hip hop dance styles with this video tutorial. Follow these easy steps and you'll be popping and locking in the club in no time.
In this how to video, hip hop dance teacher Jordan Setacci teaches some cool hip hop arm movements in a short sequence. Impress your friends at the club with these great hip hop dance moves.
This video shows you how to do the James Brown move just like Michael Jackson does it.
This is a classic Michael Jackson move that looks great, but the best bit is that it's easy to learn. Pull off the Michael Jackson spin.
Our jazz funk dancing expert demonstrates common moves, many of them borrowed from other styles of dancing. From classical ballet, we have arabesques, jetés and pirouettes and from the world of hip hop, we combine a variety of old school moves and even some elements of Beyoncé’s stage routines. When you combine them all, you have the fun and flashy jazz funk style, ready for you to master the moves in these videos and add your own personal touch!
Some of my fondest memories from childhood was when I'd bust out my Moonwalker VHS and practice all of Michael Jackson's greatest moves. Needless to say, as I sit here typing this post, that my dancing career failed before it began. I have a few decent moves on the dance floor now, but don't expect to see me trying anything special unless tequila is involved.
Contemporary dance moves are more technical and definitely more serious than your average club dance. You won't be seeing the Booty Dance in any contemporary dance classes, that's for sure.
Just click on the video to learn my original dance move...Marswalk! :)
Video: . Zumba Choreography by Dione Mason - Canada
Put your dancing shoes on and Zumba with me to a Euro dance track.
Come join me on a journey to the electrifying country of Brazil for Samba!!!!!!!
Back to the island of Jamaica, it's reggae time.
This is one of my favorite, i hope you all like it....
Zumba with me to Beyonce's Baby Boy, featuring Sean Paul.
Workout with me to PSY's "Gentleman"—Zumba style!
Want to learn how to do the wobble dance? This is a great new popular dance that will really let you strut your stuff! Start with the basic wobble move with your hips, and then start working your arms into the routine. This is an awesome dance that you can use in choreography, or just having a good time at a club!
In her music video for "Can't Be Tamed," Miley Cyrus pushes the bar past anything her pop star alter ego Hannah Montana would have ever dared to do. With feathery lashes, heavy cat eyes sparkling with aqua shadow, wings, and a $5,000 corset that leaves little to the imagination, Cyrus very officially separated herself from her Disney past.
You may not have Katy Perry's handmade Swavarski crytal-incrusted booty shorts or cupcake bra from her cheeky music video for "California Gurls," but at least now you can dance and shake your bootay like her.
Young pop star Jessica Jarrell is as cute as can be. With tight, curly hair and a funky, hipster sense of style, she's that popular girl at school you love to hate because she's so damn nice.
Willow Smith, AKA Will Smith and Jada Pinkett-Smith's progeny, is a girl with lots of talent (not to mention crazy style. She wore a leather jacket and faux hawk to a recent red carpet event).
Whether you like Chris Brown or not, you've got to admit that the boy's got moves. Originally called the next Michael Jackson, the pop star dances and croons his way through his music video for "Deuces."
Have you ever found yourself trying to jam in a club to a groovin' hip hop song but the best you can churn out is a little hip sway and butter grinder action?
Want to have the ladies come to YOU in the club, rather than waiting around staring at them creepily and coming in from behind hoping to get some action? Then boy, you need to learn some dance moves.
Whether you like Chris Brown or not, it's safe to say that the boy's got moves. Whether he's doing Michael Jackson's moonwalk onstage or pulling off an a very complex toe spin in a music video, he's very smooth on his feet.
Rihanna's song "What's My Name?" is a sexy song about sexy good times (ie. it's about a guy who makes her feel good in, er, every way possible), so it only makes sense that the dance sequence is smooth and cool.
Most Westerners who are familiar with J-Pop have strong feelings about it one way or the other. If you're one of it's many obsessed fans, watch this video to learn how to do the dance from the music video for "Boom Boom Meccha Maccho" by Japanese girl group Gyaruru.