IDF's current syllabuses for exams cover the following dance styles:
Modern is the technique based on the natural movement of the body and is designed to increase body control and coordination. Routines are set to modern and contemporary music. Students begin class with a center floor warm-up, followed by across floor combinations such as leaps and turns. Class is ended with combinations.
Tap class develops and teaches awareness of beat, timing, rhythm and sound coordination skills. You will learn technique, rhythm and timing in combinations at the barre, center and across the floor. Combining the technique of tap dancing with nostalgic to modern styles.
Learn music interpretation through sustained extensions and expressive emotion. Lyrical is a type of dance that relies on a direct relationship between the lyrics of various songs and specific dance movements. It also tells a story through dance and combines classical ballet, modern and jazz technique. This class helps develop strength, flexibility and balance with a strong ballet base.
Originates from music combining elements of electro, disco, hip hop and latin moves.It is a fast dance style that requires dancing on microgaming online casinos the ball's of the feet and using body impulses.
Festivals and compeititons administered by IDF include also the following dance styles:
Hip Hop is a contemporary form of dance which incorporates jazz, street and funk styles. This is a high energy, fun class to let your self loose in. The hip hop styles can be seen in many of the latest music videos.
Acrobatic training teaches flexibility, balance, strength, muscle control, and above all, discipline and concentration.Basic tumbling skills can be an added bonus for any dancer or athlete. With careful, quality instruction, a dancer will gain more flexibility and upper body strength, giving him or her a substantial advantage in all forms of dancing.
Ballet is a formalized form of dance with its origins in the Italian Renaissance court, further developed in France and Russia as a concert dance form. It is a highly technical form of dance with its own vocabulary. It has been influential as a form of dance globally and is taught in ballet schools around the world which use their own culture and society to modernize the art. Ballet dance works (ballets) are choreographed, and also include mime, acting, and are set to music (usually orchestral but occasionally vocal). It is best known in the form of classical ballet, notable for its techniques, such as pointe work, turn-out of the legs; its graceful, flowing, precise movements; and its ethereal qualities. Later developments include neoclassical ballet and contemporary ballet.