Many experts say belly dancing is the oldest form of dance, having roots in all ancient cultures from the orient to India to the mid-East. Throughout history,
this ritualized expression has usually been performed for other women, generally during or parties preparing a young woman for marriage.
Belly dancing is natural to a woman’s bone and muscle structure with movements emanating from the torso rather than in the legs and feet. The dance often
focuses upon isolating different parts of the body, moving them independently in sensuous patterns, weaving together the entire feminine form. Belly Dancing is
generally performed barefoot, thought by many to emphasize the intimate physical connection between the dancer, her expression, and Mother Earth.
Roselia is an in born talented Belly Dancer. She has completed her Diploma in Oriental Dancing from Fred Astaire Social Dance Studios Moscow.
She is already taking Belly Dance Classes in Hyatt Regency Health Club. We believe it is an honour to have such an amazing instructor in Jazz Rockers Dance
Company. And it’s a great opportunity to play such an important role in the lives of our students.
The word aerobic means “with oxygen.” Aerobics is a system of exercises designed to promote the supply and use of oxygen in
the body. Aerobic exercises include biking, walking, running, dancing, rowing, and skating. Aerobic exercises increase cardio respiratory
fitness, which is the heart’s ability to pump blood and deliver oxygen throughout the body. Benefits of cardio respiratory fitness include
increased endurance and energy, decreased heart disease, blood pressure, and cholesterol, and an increased ability to manage stress. It also helps to control weight.
From humble beginnings in the late 1960s, aerobic dance has become a major symbol of the fitness craze that exploded into American culture in the 1980s.
Aerobic dance has blossomed into a sport for all to have fun while losing weight and keeping in shape. More than 24 million people participate in aerobics. Essentially
an hour’s workout set to music, a typical aerobics program begins with 5-10 minutes of warm-ups and stretching, peaks with 20-30 minutes of target heart range
dance, can include 20 minutes of a muscle stretching floor program known as body sculpting, and ends with 5-10 minutes of cool-down and more stretching.
AJ is a Professionally Trained aerobics Instructor. He learned Aerobics from a well known Aerobics Expert in India, Mrs. Prabha Khanna who has over 20 yrs
of experience in this field was able to impart the same knowledge to students in the field of Aerobics.
“A fit, healthy body—that is the best fashion statement”
Jess C. Scott
Learning to dance is a great way to get in shape, build confidence and increase self-esteem. For years doctors have recommended
dancing as a great way to stay in shape and keep a sharp mind. Becoming a good dancer always includes three key elements; expert
instruction, practice and frequent use of what you are learning. If your training program does not include an appropriate amount of all
three you will be wasting much of your time and money. Take a few minutes each day to practice what you have been working on in class. Spend 15 minutes each
day to focus your mind and body on executing the figures to reinforce the learning process and give you the confidence to then apply those skills in a social dance
Last, it’s vital that you attend a western dance at least once each week and put into use the things you have learned. Remember! “You use it or lose it!”
A relatively new umbrella term for various codified art forms rooted in “Natya”, the sacred Hindu musical theatre styles, whose theory can be traced back to the
Natya Shastra of Bharata Muni. Indian classical dance has a distinct character that reflects the great cultural and traditional endeavor. The forms of Indian dance
have transcended beyond the fences and socio-cultural hindrances. The Indian Classical Dance is often regarded as the form of worship and meditation, but it also
has the caliber of creating a new and disciplined lifestyle.
Hailed from a traditional and cultural family, Mrs. SREEDIVYA SREENATH has an inborn talent in dancing. Recognizing the divine gift in her, she joined in
the Nataraja Natya Kala Sadan, Madhyapradesh at a very tender age of 5. Her keen interest and dedication coupled with sincerity and innate talent helped her to
won many prizes out of which the exquisite competitions organized by Nehru Bal Samti, Bhopal Sankalp Youth Group, Bhopal and Nayee Duniya, Indore in the
year 1996 were very impressive. She also received the scholarship in Bharatanatyam from the Centre for Cultural and Resources & Training Scholarship, Ministry
of Human Resources Development, New Delhi.
Blessed with natural flair for the art and relentless single minded devotion, Sreedivya invested her talent in the divine art of Bharatanatyam and Mohiniyatam
during her higher secondary school days under renowned Gurus Smt. Kalamandalam Leelamma and Smt. Kalamandalam Preeja. Later she joined in Sree
Sankaracharya Sanskrit University, Kalady, Kerala for B.A course opting Bharatanatyam as main and Mohiniyatam as Subsidiary. The meticulous care, total
commitment in training by RLV C. Venugopal, Smt. RLV Sindhu, and RLV Abu, Smt. RLV Aisha and Sreedivya’s strong sense of rhythm and scintillating performance
made her to achieve First rank. She continued her professional training by joining for M.A (Bharatanatyam) and achieved First rank in that too.
“People have asked me why I chose to be a dancer. I did not choose.
I was chosen to be a dancer, and with that, you live all your life. ”
Marth a Grah am, Blood Memory
Sreedivya has the proud privilege of performing Bharatanatyam Recitals at various places in India including Chidambaram Temple,
Kalur Mookambika Temple & Meenakshi Temple. She participated in various programmes conducted by the Sree Sankaracharya Sanskrit
University, Kalady as the part of the study course. She has also attended many Seminars of Dance and Music.
Sreedivya started a dance academy in Kerala in the name of “Sarga Academy of Performing Arts” with a view to mould young
students in the classical dance forms in its pure traditional style. She trained more than 100 students under her institution in Kerala.
Presently she resides in Dubai hoping to impart her talent and expertise to this part of the world. Aiming to preserve, develop and teach
the traditional style we offer the below dance courses under Mrs. Sreedivya’s guidance:
• BHARATANATYAM • MOHINIYATAM • KUCHIPUDI
The Hip-Hop dance is composed of the old school style which is Rocking, Bboying, Tutting, Locking and Popping and all other Hip-Hop moves like Running Man,
Cabbage Patch, Lean Back etc. Now, the new generation came up with something fresh as well named, The Dougie Dance, Jerking, Rejects, Get Lite, and Krumping. To
learn all of these, the students should learn each one style at a time and their foundational moves.
Bboying has four foundational moves which are called the Toprock, Go Downs, Footworks, Freezes and Power Moves. In Toprock there are lots of variations
called Cross Steps, Indian Steps, Kick Steps, Salsas etc. It also has Burns and Disses. Go Downs is a tour transition from Toprock going to Footwork. So basically, before
you do Footwork, you’re going to do Go Downs called, Knee Drops, Spinning Knee Drops, etc. Now, on Footworks we have many variations. Namely, 2steps, 3steps,
4steps, 5, 6,7,8,9,10,11,12 steps. Also those Babylove, Russian Steps, Kick Outs, 8ball, CCS, etc as well. So, usually after Footworks, either you will start Power Moves or
a Freeze. Freezes are composed of different variations and you use Freezes to hit the beat. There are Handstand Freeze, Baby Freeze, Headstand Freeze, Chair Freeze
etc. Power Moves consists of Dynamic and Crowd Pleaser moves like The Windmill, Head spin, Airfares etc.
Locking is more of a funny approach and a groovy type of dance. Here we learn Skitter Rabbit, High Fives, Don Campbell Lock, Jazz Splits, Kick Ball Change etc.
In Popping we learn Chest Pops, Fresnos, Bogaloos, Waves, Glides etc.
Mr.CL got trained by the 2 time world hip-hop champions 2006-2008 Philippine All-Stars. He is a champion in All Style Dance Battle in the Philippines and
the UAE. Part of Overboys crew - Champion of Battle Of The Year Middle East 2011-2012 and a Top 4 overall for RedBull breakings 2011.
“Guinness World Record holder for the category of longest video game marathon using dance central game by Xbox and the only sole promoter and main dancer of
dance central games for Xbox 360 UAE”.
CL is a Hip-hop choreographer of Step Up Academy, Gems Wellington, Kadomz Dance Studio, Latin Soul Studio, Acapella Club. He is the Choreographer for
Nina Kay’s Front Acts Concert for Toni Braxton at Meydan World Cup, Dance Arena Concert featuring Neyo, Taio Cruz etc. and the latest Pitbull Concert. Also done
MBC channel show for the RedBull break-dance competition. He is the head choreographer of Overboys and 9strosity crew.
CL conducted Flashmob shows of brands and events like GAP, Nokia, David Guetta concert, Elton John concert at Yas Island, Motorola at Dubai Mall, Grosvenor
House Hotel, Abu Dhabi Expo Center, Gitex, and etc. He done shows for Formula One, Xbox dance central games, Rugby Sevens, RedBull, Kia Motors, Mini Cooper,
Ndulge club, Yas island shows, Samsung TV launch, Samsung Galaxy launch, Al Ahli sports event.
He has done Dance2lax workshop with top Hollywood choreographers namely Kenny Wormald of the Footloose movie, Blake McGrath, and Lauren Gibson. He is also
one of the head choreographers of Lady Gaga. CL is also a commercial model and has done lots of music videos in the Philippines and the UAE.
We specializes in new style choreography involving all the old school style which is Bboying, Popping, Locking, and mixing it with various street dance styles
which are Dougie, Krumping, Jerking, Isolations and even house dancing. We call our style of dance as Frostyle.
Bollywood is the name given to the Mumbai film industry in India. The term Bollywood was created by Bombay ( the city now called Mumbai).
Bollywood dance is a commercial name for modern Indian Dancing. Its a combination of classical Indian dance (which is the base), folk dance such as bhangra
and sometimes Arabic influence. Its fun and very expressive and there’s a lot of deep meaning behind music in the films. Joining our dance class, we will express
what the music means, through the graceful movements of the body.
Hindi film dance has a great variety of forms, such as Kathak, Bharatnatyam and other several forms of Indian folk dances such as Bhangra and special
dances observed in regional festivals. Each dance style has its own rules that should be followed. There are many basics that should be learned. Joining our dance
class gives you a chance to learn the basics, such as body movements, hand movements, leg movements and emotions.
Dance learning is fun and enjoyment always. The rhythms, partnership, atmosphere, movements and music, come together to make one of the most
satisfying experience you’ll ever have. Our Dance Company provides suggestions and advices for exercises required during dances ( specially for ladies). Dance
is also combines utilization of the body, mind and most essentially, the spirit. If you are looking for it all, dance is where you can find it. A Bollywood dance has its
own effects and is easy to learn. Dancing is a great source of entertainment. It can relax you,if you are depressed and can help you stay for fit and also increase
your concentration power.
Kids can learn vocabulary through dance classes that can help them express themselves through movements and naturally incorporate it into their lives.
Jazz Rockers Dance Company provide group learning,where you can make new friends and increase your confidence of group dancing. The healthy competition
makes you or help you learn more. Our dance company gives you an experienced Teacher has in teaching and performing all these dance forms, through Hindi
Bollywood songs. Like that you will learn different styles of dances. We start our classes with a warm-up and stretching, so they can learn the steps with fresh mind
and body. Flexibility and stamina of your body assist in deciding what dance you should learn. Different types of dance require varying amount of energy. Dancing
is an art and the more you practice, the closer you are to becoming perfect.
Come join us to see what all the excitement is about and experience the vibrant energy and passion of bollywood!
1. Jithu: - The most familiar choreographer in Dubai. Over 500 stage shows in last five years. Within these 5yrs of career he already
performed with almost all celebrities from India. Like, Sharukh Khan, Prabudeva, Sudha Chandran, etc…
He is the senior Choreographer of Jazz Rockers Dance Company.
2. Rincy: - An amazing in born talent, merged with a strong classical dance base, she became a Bollywood Choreographer in Jazz
Rockers Dance Company. She performed over 200 stage shows within the last 3years time. This Delhi based choreographer
has 8 years strong base in Bharatanatyam also. 4years Teaching Experience in Bollywood Dancing.
3. Aneesh:- A Bollywood performer turned to Choreography and as a performer he performed with Sharuk Khan, Sudha Chandran and
most of south Indian Celebrities. Morethan 10yrs experience in Bollywood Dance Industry.
4.Sruthi : - A Bollywood Choreographer from Mumbai. Also has very strong classical dance base and has more than 7yrs experience
in teaching Bollywood dance.
“Every day brings a chance for you to draw in a breath, kick off your shoes, and dance.”
A great opportunity for all who love ballroom dancing to share that fun with your community. There is no space for wall flowers
when a lively Merengue or Salsa is reverberating on the dance floor. Ballroom dancing is filled with exercise and surprises. It involves
athleticism and grace. You will increase your skills and learn how to be graceful on the dance floor.
• Coordinated movement • Good dress and manners • Understanding of music’s rhythm and tempo
• Teamwork • Discipline through practice and routines • A skill and ability that will be very useful throughout life
Salsa- A hot Latin dance similar to Mambo, which, when danced correctly, displays a lot of shaking, shimmying, and hip action.
Jive-The European version of the East Coast Swing, this dance uses six and eight count patterns. However, it is danced quite bouncy with very
sharp foot kicks and “flicks,” to faster tempo swing music and is meant for competitive style dancing.
Jive- The European version of the East Coast Swing, this dance uses six and eight count patterns. However, it is danced quite bouncy with very sharp
foot kicks and “flicks,” to faster tempo swing music and is meant for competitive style dancing.
Cha Cha Cha- An exciting, syncopated Latin dance which originated in the 1950’s as a slowed-down Mambo. The Cha Cha Cha gets its name and character
from its distinct repetitive foot rhythm, 1-2-3 step-step which is similar to Swing.
Mambo - A fast Latin dance, similar to Salsa, which comes from Cuba. Mambo was brought to America in the 1940’s and 50’s and eventually adapted as
an American style ballroom dance. Most of the movements emphasize the second beat in the measure, suggestive of the Clave rhythm which
is fundamental to Mambo music.
Merengue- An energetic Latin-style march which originated in the Dominican Republic, which emphasizes a straight-ahead 8-count rhythm taken with
Cuban Motion. Merengue is now also a subset of the modern club-style Salsa dances.
Night Club Two Step- An easy-going social dance, similar in movement to the Bossa Nova, first introduced in the 80’s by Buddy Schwimmer and popular amongst
the West Coast Swing crowd. Nightclub 2-Step is normally danced to medium-tempo pop songs and ballads, using combinations of Slow-Quick-
Quick and Quick-Quick-Slow rhythms.
Profit from social dancing includes not only physical, mental, and social benefits, but also include the joys of participating in a regular
program of ballroom dancing. Make new friends, and a fresh start in life.
The Instructor Performer and Choreographer
Partner or without partner ?
Ballroom dance includes any dance performed with a partner. However, it is not necessary to have a regular partner when you first start dancing. Most group classes
accept singles and you should not hesitate to commence without a partner. However, if you already have a partner, it will be best that you learn together. You will quickly
find that learning to dance together adds an entirely new and beneficial dimension to your relationship.
How can I find a dance partner?
Jazz Rockers does not have a partner exchange or locator service. It is suggested you make your search efforts known to your dancing friends and to officers and
members. You could also try a general web search under “ballroom dance partner search” – there are a number of links that come up that might be helpful.
AJ is a Professionally Trained Dancer, Choreographer, & an Instructor. He is highly experienced in a range of styles from Salsa, Cha Cha Cha, Merengue and Jive which
has enabled him to broaden his career from dancer to choreographer and an instructor. He Specializes in Latin Styles.
|Bollywood Dance||13yrs above||Saturday-Thursday||3.00 to 4.00 pm||AED 250|
|Indian Classical Dance||4 to 8yrs||Saturday-Thursday||4.15 to 5.15 pm||AED 250|
|Indian Classical Dance||9 to 12yrs||Saturday-Thursday||5.30 to 6.30 pm||AED 250|
|Western Dance||4 to 8yrs||Sunday- Monday||5.30 to 6.30 pm||AED 350|
|Bollywood Dance||4 to 8yrs||Saturday-Thursday||6.45 to 7.45 pm||AED 250|
|Bollywood Dance||13yrs above||Sunday- Monday||6.45 to 7.45 pm||AED 250|
|Bollywood Dance||9 to 12yrs||Friday||3.00 to 5.00 pm||AED 250|
|The Hip Hop||4 to 8yrs||Tuesday-Wednesday||4.15 to 5.15 pm||AED 300|
|The Hip Hop||9 to 12yrs||Tuesday-Wednesday||5.30 to 6.30 pm||AED 300|
|The Hip Hop||13yrs above||Tuesday-Wednesday||6.45 to 7.45 pm||AED 300|
|Aerobics||13yrs above||Sunday- Monday||6.45 to 7.45 pm||AED 400|
|Social Dance||13yrs above||Friday||6.30 to 8.30 pm||AED 350|
|Bollywood Dance||4 to 8yrs||Saturday-Thursday||5.00 to 6.00 pm||AED 250|
|Bollywood Dance||4 to 8yrs||Saturday-Thursday||6.00 to 7.00 pm||AED 250|
|Bollywood Dance||25yrs above||Saturday||3.00 to 5.00 pm||AED 250|
|Bollywood Dance||9 to 12yrs||Sun- Tue (ladies only)||5.00 to 6.00 pm||AED 250|
|Bollywood Dance||13yrs above||Sunday- Tuesday||6.00 to 7.00 pm||AED 250|
|Indian Classical Dance||13yrs above||Monday-Wednesday||3.45 to 4.45 pm||AED 250|
|Indian Classical Dance||4 to 8yrs||Monday-Wednesday||5.00 to 6.00 pm||AED 250|
|Indian Classical Dance||9 to 12yrs||Monday-Wednesday||6.15 to 7.15 pm||AED 250|