B-Girl LaneSki started breakdancing in Seattle, Washington in 1983 and was one of the first women to enter the circles of the early 80s. She danced with the Seattle Circuit Breakers who were one of the top crews in the city. LaneSki, now 38, still dances and attends Hip Hop events here in Hawaii and on the mainland to promote the true message of Hip Hop culture and perpetuate the art of breakdancing or b-boying.
My class will focus on foundation B-Boying and basic Hip Hop movement. Each day will start will a short lesson in Hip Hop history and then we will warm up with some basic Hip Hop movement and rythmn excersizes before learning basic uprocking, footwork, foundation power moves, freezes. popping and locking. Each student will move at their own speed and go at their own pace. My goal will be to teach students the basic steps and let them put their own expression, talents and skills into the dance while having the background to understand its true purpose.
go LaneSki's You Tube page to see classic old school Hip Hop videos
Know Your ROOTS!!!!
Diverse Arts Center
.just ask for B-Girl Yoda.
come early, I usually leave by 9pm or email me: LaneSki@LaneDavey.com
Our community has been blessed with a new studio called Diverse Arts Center developed to promote and perpetuate street art, dance and culture. I do not have any scheduled classes this summer but welcome anyone who wants to come to the "Open Break" I will be there every Thursday from July-September for anyone who wants help learning their foundation and then will be happy to come after that if people are willing to contact me to meet them there. There are lots of breakers at the center on Thursday and the best way to learn is through just watching and trying with a little instruction so this is where I will be teaching right now (no charge) and then my students will already be tapped into the B-Boy community here locally which is most important to their growth as dancers. Diverse Arts also offers B-Boy Classes if you want a class specifically www.diverseartcenter.com
Summer Fun @Booth District Park 2008
Mahalo to Lasonic for sponsoring us this killer I-Pod Boombox for our summer and fall classes! The kids loved it and so did I. There are a lot of really lame Ipod boom boxes out there that are boring and expensive. Go to Lasonic.com to check it out.
Booth District ParkHonolulu(Paoa Valley above China town) Saturday Sept 13th until Thanksgiving Holiday
2:00-3:30 Cost: FREE Experience Level: all welcome - more experienced Breakers can practice with other Breakers or learn new skills Contact: Alma Ho (Recreation Director) #522-7040
B-Girl LaneSki LaneSki@LaneDavey.com Directions: 2331 Kaneali'i Ave.
From Chinatown go up Alakea which turns into the Pali- go up the Pali, pass YMCA and get in your extreme right lane then take Pacific Heights/Paoa Road exit -turn right at the stop light then left on Kaneali'i Ave and drive 6 blocks up, park around the park
The Dance Studiowww.dncspace.com Cost: First Class Free. Semester pro-rated to end of semester which goes thru Dec. 10th with a show on the 13th.
tuition: $13 per class x weeks left in semester. $20 registration fee (I will waive for your students) AGES:MENEHUNE (listed by dates)
GIRLFEST HAWAII: www.girlfesthawaii.org
Sunday November 9th (time and location to be released) Cost: FREE AGE: all welcome
What to Bring to Class: (if you dont have these things dont worry, you can make do without) -tank top and a thick sweat shirt
-sneakers preferably with a smooth bottom (no traction)
-any kind of pads you have: knee pads, elbow pads, wrist bands,