UST Salinggawi Dance Troupe’s training and audition for new applicants
Begins Saturday April 18, 2009 at the UST P.E. Annex
Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday @ 9 AM
bring anny photocopy of your ust i.d / registration form, confirmation letter from your college, training clothes, rubber shoes, water and towel.
For more information feel free to ask:
BBOY SPECIAL WEAPONS AND TACTICS with BboyProfoWon
Bboying was started in the South Bronx around the mid 1970′s and is the original form of Hip-Hop Dance. During the 1980′s, it was watered down and the term “breakdancing” was used in the media explosion to the art.
Learn Bboying from BboyProfoWon of the ROCK FORCE CREW (Battle of the Year 98′, FreestyleSession 99′, and Out for Fame 07′ Champions).
ProfoWon has studied under world renowedBboys such as Kwon, Zulu Gremlin and Ken Swift. Teaching all ages since 2001 and bboyin’ since 1997, his main goal is to keep the art form pure so that future generations can continue to keep this dynamic dance alive.
In the Series of workshops you will learn the basic foundation of the dance:
plus for the more advanced students you’ll learn:
(riding& reading/feelin’ rhythm)
Battle Tactics & Concepts
*Beginners and Advanced welcome to join*
THE ROCK DANCE with Rob Nasty
Uprocking/Rocking/Rock Dance started in Brooklyn NYC. Rocking has a 30 year history, which was the precursor to b-boying. Its is confrontational dance that looks like fighting. It can be done alone or with a partner…
Rob Nasty had the chance to learn from Original Brooklyn Rockers such as: King Uprock, Little Dave, Amigo Rock, and many others…
In my workshop you will learn:
Freestyle steps (mambo, salsa, latin hustle)
Jerks (the most energetic part of the dance)
Burns (taunting your opponent, humiliate opponent)
and learning original uprock music
the DAS coaches
(PICTURES and info included!)
the contacts and other details!!!
From the company that brought you the smashing dance workshops:
DAS AT THE MOVIES (2007),
DANCE TO FAME (2008)
….comes another heart pumpin‘, pop, lock and F.L.Y…
Dance Avenue’s Best Dance Crew – DABDC!!!
(DAS 4th Summer Workshop 2009)
but do NOT worry!
Enrollment for DAS 2nd batch is now and still ONGOING!!
(click below on the link in comments area for my earlier blog re: DAS :] )
9:30 am to 11:00 am — BALLET (beginners)
11:00 am to 12:15 pm — STREETDANCE (kids)
1:00 pm to 3:00 pm — STREETDANCE (adv) — *FULL
3:15 pm to 4:45 pm — STREETDANCE (adv) — *FULL
5:00 pm to 6:30 pm — JAZZ FUNK
7:00 pm to 8:30 pm — STREETDANCE (adv) — *FULL
9:00 am to 10:30 am — STREETDANCE (juniors)
10:30 am to 12:00 pm — STREETDANCE (intermediate)
1:00 pm to 2:30 pm – STREETDANCE (intermediate)
3:00 pm to 4:30 pm — STREETDANCE (adv) — *FULL
5:00 pm to 6:30 pm — STREETDANCE (intermediate)
*once a week sched
10:30 am to 12:30 pm — CONTEMPORARY HIPHOP
1:00 pm to 2:30 pm — BREAKDANCE
3:00 pm to 5:00 pm — STREETDANCE
composed of the BEST and well-known choreographers and dancers in the country!
(former ALL STARS member)
(member of MUSICALITY and alumni of MC PEP and CCATT)
(alumni of CADs, current UPSTREET member)
(UST Salinggawi and MCHS Sayawatha coach)
(UPLB streetjazz member)
(ALL STARS member)
(former ALL STARS member, CADs alumni)
(member of CROSSEFFECTS)
(member of STYLETTOS, MC CCATT alumni)
(member of MUSICALITY, MC COF1 alumni)
(member of MUSICALITY, MC COF1 alumni)
Address and Contact Details:
3/f J Centre Bldg Vista Verde Avenue, Vista Verde Executive Village Cainta, Rizal
(get your dancing shoes ready and be there when the bell rings as we open our new dance floor at MADRID ST. VISTA VERDE CAINTA – infront of J Centre Bldg)
text- 09174507578 / 0919-3358312
add up Ms.Karen Romarate at YM - twinkle5_2000
to reserve you a slot..
*all details and pictures copied from danceavenuestudio.multiply.com!
Much love, respect and thanks to Coach Karen!*
Now DAS what I call dance. (DAS, 2009)
BBOY NAYTRON (HEADHUNTERS CREW/SOUL SECTOR) & NEW IMAGE PRODUCTIONS PRESENTS
“Love the Life you Live”
DATE:April 30, 2009
TIME:12NOON – 6:00 p.m.
PLACE: Makati City Park & Garden
J.P. Rizal Extension, Makati City
ENTRANCE FEE: 100 (Spectator)
*2 on 2 for P5,000
*Crew on Crew for P10,000
Bboy Yust (Knucklehead Zoo) Las Vegas
Bboy L.T. (Lionz of Zion) Hawaii
Bboy Profo (Rockforce Crew) San Francisco
DJ JET and MORE To Be announced!
Exhibition Battle USA vs. Philippines
You wouldnt wanna miss this.
If you have any questions send an email to
or add and leave a personal message thru
Please come on time for registration.
How to get to Makati Parks and Gardens:
FROM THE NORTH (Quezon City, Caloocan):
Via Private Transportation: Take EDSA and travel South towards Guadalupe. Make a right turn immediately after crossing the bridge, then make a right turn at the intersection. You’ll pass under the bridge heading East on J.P. Rizal Extension. Go straight until you see the Makati Parks & Garden Entrance on your left. The park is right in front of Pamantasan ng Makati.
Via Public Transportation: Ride a bus towards Guadalupe and alight at the MRT Guadalupe Terminal. Cross EDSA through the terminal towards Guadalupe Commercial Complex, then walk to the jeepney terminal. Ride a jeep towards Taguig and ask the driver to let you off at Makati Parks.
FROM THE SOUTH (Alabang, Parañaque, Las Piñas,Cavite):
Via Private Transportation: Take EDSA straight to Guadalupe, turn right immediately after Guadalupe Commercial
Complex. Follow the curve then turn right at J.P. Rizal Extension. Go straight until you see Makati Parks on your left. OR you may take the expressway to C-5. Follow C-5 Road going to Pasig. You’ll pass Market Market on your left. Head towards the intersection of C-5 and Kalayaan Ave. Then turn left towards Kalayaan Avenue (there’s a u-turn slot after the intersection). Go straight towards North Cembo. Turn right at the intersection, then turn right towards Makati Parks entrance.
Via Public Transport: Ride a bus towards Guadalupe. Alight at Guadalupe Commerical Complex then take a jeep towards Taguig. Ask the driver to let you off at Makati Parks.
FROM THE EAST (Pasig, Cainta, Taytay, Antipolo):
Via Private Transportation: Take C-5 towards Makati. Turn right at Kalayaan Ave (Buting) then head straight towards North CEMBO. Turn right at intersection, then turn right towards Makati Parks entrance.
Via Public Transportation: Ride an FX cab going to Ayala. Tell the driver to let you off at Gate 1. Alight at Gate 1, then
walk down towards Makati Parks & Garden. OR you can take EDSA, then ride a bus towards Guadalupe and alight at the MRT Guadalupe Terminal. Cross EDSA through the terminal towards Guadalupe Commercial Complex, then walk to the jeepney terminal. Ride a jeep towards Taguig and ask the driver to let you off at Makati Parks.
FROM THE WEST (Mandaluyong, San Juan):
Via Private Transportation: Fastest way is to take the Makati-Mandaluyong bridge then head towards J.P. Rizal Extension. You’ll pass by Rockwell, continue straight heading East via J.P. Rizal until you reach Makati Parks.
Via Public Transportation: Fastest way is to get to Makati Circle, then ride a jeep towards Guadalupe Ilalim. Alight at
Guadalupe, then ride another jeep towards Taguig. Ask the driver to let you off at Makati Parks.