The training program is for dancers interested in majorette/jazz styles but are not ready to dedicate themselves yet to performing or competing with Heat. These dancers train 3-5 hours per week in Majorette, Stand Battles, Stretch and Strengthening and Tumbling
The dancers in the competition program compete at all regularly scheduled competitions. They are committed to both training, performing and competing. Competition dancers must train in ballet, jazz, contemporary, hip hop, strength and stretch and all majorette classes. They are allowed to take classes outside of Heat DanceLine Studios in order to support this request as long as it does not interfere with the Heat DanceLine schedule.
The Battle Squad is the specialty team of Heat DanceLine that competes and performs at unique events and performance requests. Each of these dancers are personally selected by the director and all dancers may or may not perform based on the performance or competition guidelines. These dancers train in all of the same styles as the competition team and have additional required rehearsals.
Heat DanceLine is a high energy majorette team that combines hip hop, jazz, african, contemporary and cheer styles to create a melting pot of excitement. Heat was founded in 2015, by owner and creative director, Kale Woods after seeing the need to expose the youth of California to HBCU dance styles. Heat has flourished through out it’s first two years, becoming Grand Champions of two large competitions and within their first year of competing having a feature on the hit Lifetime Television Show “Bring IT”. Heat hopes to continue its growth offering quality dance training to the Bay Area and important life skills training that will serve our dancers outside of the dance room.
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