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Jim and his crew were nothing less than AMAZING!
Recently, we hosted a Girl’s Night In event for our intermediate girls at St. Catherine of Siena School. The theme of the evening was all about empowerment. Hip hop dance was a part of the evening. The transformation was incredible! In such a short time, our girls felt confident and found strength in expressing their inner creative being through dance moves that Jim and his crew taught them. WOW!!! The energy was incredible!!
Thank you for empowering our girls to know they can! We can’t wait to have your crew back in our school again!!!
Inviting guests to come up to the dance floor afterwards was a great way to get the party started. Thank you and all the others for being so friendly and accommodating.
Nickolaas and the team were very punctual and professional for our event. Their performance was amazing! We had chosen our own songs and they were able to perform on the fly. High energy and amazing moves.
I would highly recommend Ill at Will for anyone looking for a breakdancing performance.
The culture around breaking was another concept that opened my mind. Crews like Ill At Will provide so much support for new dancers. In a small breaking community like London Ontario, it is so good to see that people like them care so much about this dance and passing it on to future generation. They have always pushed me further with my dance and always supported me as a dancer. They definitely deserve a lot more recognition than they get and hopefully one day they’ll see their city blow up with the breaking scene.
I think that is incredibly important that every person finds a means of emotional outlet through some form of creative expression. For some people this is art, or singing, or playing an instrument but for me dance is the rawest and most exciting form. I don’t think I’ll ever forget the day that I realized I had found a way to really let out the way I feel inside.
Through all of this the members of Ill at Will and the UWO Breakers club have been a constant encouraging and positive force. It takes a lot to work up to the point where you feel comfortable dancing in front of other people, even more so when they seem so much better than you but I was never made to feel like I looked stupid or wasn’t learning fast enough. They have always been ready and willing to share the knowledge they have gained over the years and I think that it’s because they feel the same way as I do about dance and just genuinely want others to have the chance to experience the freedom it can bring.
I encourage everyone to give this thing a chance and come out to a practice some time, or take some lessons. It’s something you’ll never regret!