Yet Another FREE B-Boy Community Workshop!

Who’s too broke to learn to break!?
(never a valid excuse in my opinion..but we’ve been getting that a lot)

Soooo… on Saturday, October 15th;
With the support of LIHC, Beacock Library, and Youth Outreach Workers,
Ill At Will is hosting another FREE north-east community workshop!

Beacock Library (1280 Huron St, London ON), October 15

It’s the weekend after giving thanks…
so come work off all that delicious turkey
& have some fun with IAW!

Check out the flyer for the details.
I hope to see you out there LONDON!

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Weekly Classes begin at..ELAN DANCE ARTS!

Woooo!! It’s that time of the year, people!
Back to school.. to face your favourite teachers, friends and homework …

How do YOU deal with stress from school??
1 word answer: DANCE!

The fall term of weekly classes have begun at Elan Dance Arts (located in Lambeth)!!
Below is the schedule for weekly classes with IAW members

  • Tuesday: Beginner & Experienced Boys Hip-Hop with Jim (6-8 pm)
  • Thursday: Beginner & Experienced Bboying & Power with Jean-Luc and Spencer (6-9 pm)

These are great classes for those that are complete beginners to the dance, we offer in-depth lessons on all aspects of hip-hop culture and b-boying.
OR if you have any experience in dancing and want to extend your knowledge and skills to be part of London’s very real hip-hop community, please check them out!

EDA is a great studio with awesome, energetic staff and students,
we will make you feel right at home!

Check www.elandancearts.ca for schedules and more information.
Hope to see some new faces in the next few weeks!

-jfx

Breakumentary: Episode 2

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The good people at More Than a Stance have a documentary series examining different perspectives of Breakin’ (aka breakdancing). In their latest Breakumentary ROXRITE, PALMER, KEEBZ, and MIG187 discuss the art of paying dues and getting paid. Plenty of thoughtful perspectives from those interviewed, as well as comments on how some breakers approach the dance.

You can watch the video in a new tab by clicking this link. Please let me know how you feel about what’s said in the video by commenting below!