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Fall 2018 Classes

Hip Hop Shape

12 Fridays: 9/14-12/7  4:30-5:30 pm

Start your weekend off right by dancing to great music with fun people.

Movements are fun, easy to follow, and you can adjust the intensity to get the workout your body needs.

Whether you are a beginner or advanced dancer, you are welcome.

Every Body 16 or older, and all fitness levels are welcome!

 Connect with your brothers and sisters & build community
in a fun and energizing way.

Funky As You Wanna Be

12 Fridays: 9/14-12/7  5:45-6:45 pm

Want to bust your move on the dance floor, but feel like you don’t have rhythm, or don’t feel confident in your moves?

In this class, we have a blast breaking it down to the basics: beats, counts, movements, bodily awareness, weight shifting, etc.

The supportive, fun atmosphere will help you get out of your head and into your body, and feel good about dancing with the music.

Hip Hop Foundations

Sundays 9/16-12/9  2:30-3:30 pm

Love Hip Hop, but don’t feel confident with your moves?

Want to learn real Hip Hop technique?

In this class, you’ll learn the basics: including isolations, breaking, waving and tutting.

Build your confidence and have a blast mastering fun choreography.


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Register using the form at the bottom of the page
(please include a note about the type of payment).



Classes started Sept 14th. The tuition for 12 classes is:
$156 / students $132. Join now us and I’ll pro-rate your tuition.


Or start on Oct 26 for a half semester of 6 classes and pay:
$84 /  students $72

Drop-in for $15, pay at the class


Family rates also available, contact

All classes will be held at Jillian’s Drawers
on the Ithaca Commons

117 East State St.

The Instructor: G-Quan Booker

G-Quan is a dancer, poet, rapper and actor.  Through his work as a teacher of Hip Hop Arts, he has provided guidance to many youth in the upstate New York region as well as during his 6 months in Thailand. G-Quan is one of the founders of the Hip Hop group GCF (which stands for “Greatest Common Factor”). In the past few years, G-Quan has taught at the Community Unity Music Education Program, Jillian’s Drawers, The Finger Lakes Residential Center, as well at the Auburn Public Theater and Wells College. 

G-Quan believes the arts are the most effective way for him to bring people together across differences to co-create what Martin Luther King termed “Beloved Community.”

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