At KaribeKids Dance Academy our mission is to motivate and encourage self confidence in our young community through the art of dance. Our goal is to provide children in our community with accessibility to dance classes, allowing children to join year round, bringing them a well-balanced and active lifestyle. We focus on instilling love, passion, discipline and respect towards the performing arts.
•KaribeKids Dance Styles•
At KaribeKids Dance Academy, students will learn from one of the first instructors to bring L.A. Salsa Style or ON1 Salsa to Miami. Jose Luis, and his team of instructors will make sure that students learn from the basic to the most advanced steps in salsa dancing.
Aside from Salsa we also make sure to implement Bachata and Merengue in our classes. Bachata and Merengue were both originated in the Dominican Republic and has grown internationally through its music and of course its dance style.
This style of dance, also considered a street styled dance brings the energy everyone needs but can’t seem to get it out of them, Reggaeton and Hip-Hop helps student build a lot of stage presence and confidence along the way through our classes by learning great techniques with a powerful and stylish way.
Flamenco was originated in Southern Spain and has spread much of its dance culture worldwide. Flamenco helps student dance rhythmically with their hands and feet all while expressing the emotion there is behind the Flamenco dance. This style dance helps control body movement with body isolation as well as build strength, all while dancing beautifully to Flamenco.
Ballet has been the foundation of many world renown dancers. Ballet helps students bring the strength, balance, flexibility they need to gracefully dance in classical style dance. We offer Ballet classes for students as little as 3 years old, to help build their musicality, technique and growth as a dancer.
Jazz is a mix of Lyrical and Contemporary styles that bring our dancers a way of becoming more loose when they hear the music. With Jazz, our dancers are able to express themselves in a more meaningful way through the dance floor with leaps but also across the floor moves.