Our Dance Courses

Welcome to Auro International Art School, a global hub for artistic excellence and cultural exchange. With locations spanning across the world. we proudly offer a comprehensive range of artistic disciplines that encompass martial arts, dance, drawing, singing, music, and so much more. Our commitment to nurturing talent and providing exceptional education is matched only by our team of highly qualified and certified teachers.


Dance has been an integral part of human culture for centuries. From ancient rituals to courtly dances, it has evolved into a diverse art form worldwide. Each culture contributed unique styles and movements, leading to the rich tapestry of dance we see today. From classical ballet to contemporary forms, dance continues to captivate and inspire, celebrating the human spirit through rhythm, expression, and storytelling.

Euphoric Moves: Unveiling the Artistry Within at Auro International Art School

Ignite your passion for movement and self-expression with dance at Auro International Art School. Our vibrant program embraces various dance styles, allowing you to explore your creativity, refine technique, and connect with the rhythm of your soul.


Hip-hop dance is a fusion dance genre with influences from older street dance styles created in the 1970s. These include uprock, breaking, and the funk styles. Breaking was created in The Bronx, New York in the early 1970s. In its earliest form, it began as elaborations on James Brown’s “Good Foot” dance which debuted in 1972. At the same time that breaking was developing in New York, other styles were being created in California. The funk styles refer to several street dance styles created in California in the 1970s such as roboting, bopping, hitting, locking, bustin’, popping, boogaloo, strutting, sac-ing, and dime-stopping.

Groove Unleashed: Exploring the Essence of Hip-Hop Dance

Feel the rhythm and express your unique style through hip-hop dance at Auro International Art School. From popping and locking to freestyle moves, our program immerses you in the vibrant world of hip-hop culture. Learn to groove, break, and unleash your creativity in an empowering and supportive environment. Join our community, embrace the beats, and let your body tell your story through the captivating art of hip-hop dance.


Breaking or b-boying is generally misconstrued or incorrectly termed as ‘breakdancing’. Breakdancing is a term spawned from the loins of the media’s philistinism, sciolism, and naïveté at that time. With no true knowledge of the hip-hop diaspora but with an ineradicable need to define it for the nescient masses, the term breakdancing was born. Most breakers take great offense to the term. An important thing to clarify is that the term ‘Break dancing’ is wrong, We read that in many magazines but that is a media term. The correct term is ‘Breakin’, people who do it are B-Boys and B-Girls. The term ‘Break dancing’ has to be thrown out of the dance vocabulary.

Breakin' Beats Unleashed: A Journey into the World of Breakin kingdom

Unleash your inner B-boy or B-girl and immerse yourself in the electrifying world of Breakin’ at Auro International Art School. Experience the explosive power, mesmerizing footwork, and gravity-defying freezes of this dynamic street dance. From head spins to power moves, our expert instructors will guide you through the fundamentals and help you unlock your creative potential. Join our vibrant community, embrace the rhythm, and witness the artistry of Breakin’ as you become a part of this global movement. Get ready to flip, spin, and groove your way to Breakin’ excellence.


Popping would be eventually adapted from earlier Boogaloo (freestyle dance) movements in Fresno, California, in the late 1970s by way of California high-school gatherings of track & meet events – the West Coast Relays. It was popularized by a Fresno & Long Beach-based dance group called the Electric Boogaloos that mixed popping techniques to boogaloo. These dance styles include the robot, waving and tutting. However, popping is distinct from breaking and locking, with which it is often confused. A popping dancer is commonly referred to as a popper. Because of popping’s cultural Boogaloo roots, popping developed before Hiphop’s cultural movement and helped influence the tradition of styles of hip hop dancing.

Popping Revolution: Exploring the Rhythmic Magic

Experience the mesmerizing artistry and rhythmic precision of Popping at Auro International Art School. Dive into the unique dance style that combines fluid body isolations, precise hits, and robotic movements. Learn the foundational techniques, master intricate wave patterns, and express your creativity through this captivating street dance form. Join our vibrant community, embrace the groove, and discover the boundless possibilities of Popping. Let the music guide your body as you become one with the rhythm and unlock the extraordinary power of Popping at Auro International Art School.


Inspired by the art of Ancient Egypt (the name derived from the Egyptian pharaoh Tutankhamun, colloquially known as “King Tut”), tutting exploits the body’s ability to create geometric positions (such as boxes) and movements, predominantly with the use of right angles. It generally focuses on the arms and hands, and includes sub-styles such as finger tutting.

"Illuminating Angles: Journey into the World of Tutting

Discover the art form that combines intricate hand and arm movements with sharp angles and precise formations. Learn the foundational techniques, master intricate patterns, and express your creativity through this captivating dance style. Join our vibrant community, embrace the rhythm, and unlock the extraordinary power of Tutting. Let the music guide your hands as you create stunning visual illusions and become a true master of Tutting at Auro International Art School.


A style and a technique where the dancer imitates film characters being animated by stop motion. The technique of moving rigidly and jerky by tensing muscles and using techniques similar to strobing and the robot makes it appear as if the dancer has been animated frame by frame. Walt Disney was the first to use this term, referring to his character Steam Boat Willie’s motions as “the animation dance” in 1929. This style was heavily inspired by the dynamation films created by Ray Harryhausen, such as The Seventh Voyage of Sinbad (1958).

Enchanting Pixels: Unveiling the Fusion of Animation

Immerse yourself in the magic of merging fluid dance expressions with the art of animation. From graceful leaps to intricate transitions, unleash your creativity and breathe life into captivating characters and mesmerizing visual narratives. Join our vibrant community of artists, push the boundaries of imagination, and witness the extraordinary synergy of animation dance. Let your body pixels intertwine, as you create an enchanting animated dance of wonder at Auro International Art School.


Contemporary dance draws on both classical ballet and modern dance, whereas postmodern dance was a direct and opposite response to modern dance. Merce Cunningham is considered to be the first choreographer to “develop an independent attitude towards modern dance” and defy the ideas that were established by it. Contemporary dancers train using contemporary dance techniques as well as non-dance related practices such as Pilates, Yoga, the acting practice of Corporeal mime – Étienne Decroux technique.

Unveiling the Essence: Contemporary Dance Mastery

Embrace the artistry, and let your body become the instrument of your emotions. Experience the transformative power of Contemporary Dance as you create moments of beauty and ignite the stage with your presence.


Salsa is a partnered dance where the lead takes the follower through a series of spins and turn patterns to music. Salsa’s tempo ranges from about 150bpm (beats per minute) to around 250bpm, although most dancing is done to music somewhere between 160 and 220bpm.The basic Salsa dance rhythm consists of taking three steps for every four beats of music. Salsa dancers can also break apart to dance solo, known as “shines”. The two main styles of salsa are linear and circular. In linear salsa, dancers remain in their “slot”, switching places from one side of the slot to the other, similar to West Coast Swing — New York-style salsa and LA-style salsa are both danced this way. The second salsa style is circular salsa. Here, dancers circle around each other, reminiscent of East Coast Swing. Both Cuban and Colombian salsa follow this circular pattern.

Salsa Mastery: Embark on a Passionate Dance Journey

Feel the fiery rhythms and embrace the passion of Salsa at Auro International Art School. Dive into this vibrant Latin dance form, mastering the intricate footwork, sensual body movements, and exhilarating partner connections. Discover the fusion of Afro-Cuban beats and Latin flair as you ignite the dance floor. Join our inclusive community, immerse yourself in the infectious energy, and let the music guide your hips. Unlock the joy, the sensuality, and the exhilaration of Salsa dancing at Auro International Art School. Get ready to spice up your dance journey and experience the magic of Salsa.


Historical references to dance are found in the Tamil epics Silappatikaram 2nd century CE and Manimegalai 6th century. The ancient text Silappatikaram, includes a story of a dancing girl named Madhavi; it describes the dance training regimen called Arangatrau Kathai of Madhavi in verses 113 through 159.The carvings in Kanchipuram’s Shiva temple that have been dated to 6th to 9th century CE suggest dance was a well developed performance art by about the mid 1st millennium CE.

Divine Elegance: Unveiling the Poetry of Bharatanatyam

Discover the rich heritage, cultural symbolism, and rhythmic beauty as you learn the traditional repertoire. Join our inclusive community, embrace the divine essence, and let your body become a vessel for storytelling. Unlock the transformative power of Bharatanatyam, delve into the depths of emotion, and captivate audiences with your exquisite performance.

House dance

House dance is a freestyle street dance and social dance that has roots in the underground house music scene of Chicago and New York. It is typically danced to loud and bass-heavy electronic dance music provided by DJs in nightclubs or at raves. House dance is often improvised and emphasizes fast and complex foot-oriented steps combined with fluid movements in the torso, as well as floor work. There is an emphasis on the subtle rhythms and riffs of the music, and the footwork follows them closely.

Urban Groove Revolution: Exploring the World of House Dance

Fusion of footwork, fluid movements, and soulful rhythms. Discover the cultural roots, freedom of expression, and vibrant energy that define this urban dance form. Join our inclusive community, explore the groove, and let the music guide your body. Unlock your individuality, elevate your skills, and become a master of House Dance.


In the early 1970s a dance style known as punking emerged, with “punk” being a derogatory term for gay men at the time. The term “whack” was a specific movement within the punking style which involved moving the arms over the head in a rhythmic fashion. Although the wider club-going community took part in punking, they did not want the dance to have negative connotations attached to it and therefore renamed the genre “Waackin”. Later, Jeffery Daniel added the “g” to waackin to make it “waacking”, the name by which the style is commonly known today. The terms ‘Whacking’ and ‘Wacking’ are also occasionally used to refer to the dance style.

Glamour Groove: Unleash Your Inner Diva through Waacking Dance

Unleash your fierceness and embrace the art of Waacking at Auro International Art School. Explore the stylish arm movements, sharp poses, and expressive storytelling of this vibrant dance form. Dive into the roots of Waacking, inspired by disco and soul music, and discover the freedom to express yourself with confidence and attitude. Join our empowering community, ignite the dance floor, and let your personality shine through every groove. Step into the rhythm, command the space, and unlock the true essence of Waacking at Auro International Art School. Get ready to strike, pose, and slay with your moves.


The root word krump came from the lyrics of a 1990 song and is sometimes spelled K.R.U.M.P., which is an acronym for Kingdom Radically Uplifted Mighty Praise and presents krumping as a faith-based artform. Krumping is an African-American style of street dance popularized in the United States, characterized by free, expressive, exaggerated, and highly energetic movement. Krumping was created by two dancers: Ceasare “Tight Eyez” Willis, and Jo’Artis “Big Mijo” Ratti in South Central, Los Angeles, during the early 2000s.

Rebellion: Embody the Spirit of Krumping Dance

Witness the revolution of movement and emotions with Krumping at Auro International Art School. Experience the explosive power, intricate footwork, and uninhibited self-expression that define this electrifying dance form. Dive into the urban streets where Krumping originated, and channel your raw energy into breathtaking performances.

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