Stop Drop And Dance-A-Thon 2020
March 28, 2020 in San Francisco, CA
Tickets On-Sale Soon!
Last year for Grace’s 40th Birthday, she celebrated by teaching her Top 40 Favorite Stop Drop And Dance songs… which meant 3 hours of non-stop, choreographed, easy-to-follow, cardio dancing. 150 people showed up to sweat, to smile, to experience community, and to SHAKE IT!
It is happening again, and we want to double the size. Will you join us March 28, 2020? Join our mailing list to find out when Early Bird tickets go on sale! http://eepurl.com/gGWxxj
What is Stop Drop And Dance?
A joyful way to dance regularly to choreographed pop and hip hop music in a sociable, non-judgmental setting while getting a challenging workout.
Sometimes you hear a song, and you just want to drop everything and dance. That’s what Stop Drop And Dance strives to be: easy-to-follow, fun, cardio movements that first-timers can pick up quickly, but regulars can take to their fullest, dream-to-be-a-backup-dancer, desire. It is an environment that celebrates everyone, emphasizes community, feels safe, encourages freedom, and allows expression. Stop Drop And Dance is more than just dance moves. It is an outward expression of our heart and spirit. All ages are welcome; in fact it is not uncommon for daughters to be dancing with their mothers AND grandmothers! All you need is a good pair of shoes, workout clothes, water, and an open heart.
Come dance with us (always check my SCHEDULE tab above in case class is cancelled – schedule updated everyday!):
- NEW Starting January 8, 2020 WEDNESDAY NIGHTS 7:15pm and POP UP SATURDAYS 12pm at NOW Power Yoga (Drop In $20 adults / $10 juniors)
- Tuesday and Thursday mornings at 9:30am at Marin Power Yoga
- Once-a-month POP-UPS on Friday nights at Marin Power Yoga – next one December 20, 2019 6pm
- 2nd Annual DANCE-A-THON on Saturday, March 28, 2020 at Folsom Street Foundry
Seriously Old Choreography.
Over the past 2 decades, Grace has directed, choreographed, taught, and performed with groups of dancers to prepare for various performances. Grace worked with cheerleaders, hip hop dancers, breakdancers, church dance ministries, and even elementary school students and teachers. She was on the founding team of 220, Second to None, in San Diego, and later danced with Eight Count. Thanks to YouTube, we have these old videos captured forever =) .
Here’s some footage from 2008 at Grace’s wedding!
Co-choreographed “Canon in D – Hip Hop”
A surprise hip hop dance for the guests at my wedding.
Performed by Grace & James Yu and Eight Count Dance Ministry in June 2008.