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Kristin Sudeikis is a choreographer, master teacher, dancer, and humanitarian involved member of both the national and international dance community. Equally active in the commercial, concert, and athletic aspects of dance, Kristin’s work is centered on human connection. Dance publications such as Dance Magazine, Dance Teacher Magazine, and People Styl...read more
Kristin’s class is centered on the principle of moving from one’s center, dropping into the body and communicating from a place of honesty. Her warm-up—a blend of technique, yoga, and meditation—primes the body and mind for the physical challenge of her choreography and establishes the foundation for a conversation between the music, movement, and ‘audience’. The shading and dynamism in the physicality of her work promotes an awareness of both movement and the absence of movement, pushing her students to consider the literal and metaphorical power of silence. Kristin draws the intent of her phrase-work directly from the tone of the music, resulting in a sublime, and all-encompassing experience for the dancer. Her classroom is an environment of open experimentation, in which artistic risks and deliberate stylistic choices are encouraged.
Bringing one of Kristin's signature classes which began in downtown NYC to the legendary BDC. With the the Beats bumping High and the Lights down Low, FNDP is sweaty dance/house party. A 25min non-stop hip hop-inspired warm-up followed by add-on style choreography (in other words, music stays bumping, we stay moving.) A high-vibing good time on the dance floor. Open to all levels! The more, the merrier. Dancing our way into Summer 2k16! Cue: A Tribe Called Quest followed by some Baby Got Back