Dance Classes

Daloy Dance Company provides a safe and open-minded environment in their classes and workshops– encouraging students to perfect their craft, expand their creative horizons and nurture their mind-body connection.

Contact HOPE at 09322880883 for inquiries we got SUMMER WORKSHOP at PARC FOUNDATION March 27-May 30 2017

 

Baby Ballet

2-4 y. o.

Teacher: Zyda Baaya

This class can include mom or dad or another loved one participating in the class along with the little dancer. Our teachers keep the music and curriculum moving along while parents take an active role in supporting, encouraging and keeping the little dancer on track. Basic steps classical ballet, musicality and sense of balance are introduced in a friendly and fun manner.

Attire: Ballet Leotard any color and pink tights

Hair: Pulled back and off of the face

Footwear: Ballet Shoes

 

Ballet

For 4-6 y.o

Teacher: Zyda Baaya

 

This class is great for children who can participate on their own, without their mom, dad or loved one in the room. Our teachers keep the curriculum and music appropriate and engaging for children 4-6 years of age. Class is held in a positive and fun way, teaching the little dancers balance, musicality, basic classical ballet steps and simple yet valuable rules in dance class etiquette, enabling the students to learn what it is to be part of a dance ‘team’.

Attire: Ballet Leotard (PINK color) and pink tights

Hair: Pulled back and off of the face

Footwear: Ballet Shoes

 

 

Ballet

For 7-8 y.o

Teacher: Zyda Baaya

 

This class includes barre and centre strength work along with warm-up stretches.  This class is perfect for beginning dancers at age 7, or little dancers who have had a year or so of experience in ballet before this age. Our teachers focus more on good basic ballet technique, posture, and body alignment. The class is geared towards the appreciation of ballet as an art-form by imposing stricter rules in attire, hair being pulled back in a bun, and class etiquette being followed. Kids this age start to learn classical ballet as a beautiful form of art.

Attire: Ballet Leotard (LIGHT BLUE color) and pink tights

Hair: Pulled back and off of the face

Footwear: Ballet Shoes

 

 

 

Ballet

9-11 y.o

Teacher: Zyda Baaya

 

This class includes barre and center strength work along with warm-up stretches.  This is followed by across the floor dance combinations. Elements of style and choreography combinations further expand the students’ interests and education in ballet. Jumps, leaps and turns will be introduced in this class.

Attire: Ballet Leotard (DARK BLUE color) and pink tights

Hair: Pulled back and off of the face

Footwear: Ballet Shoes

 

 

Adult Beginners Ballet

Teacher: Ea Torrado

 

Learn the basics of the beautiful art form that is Classical Ballet. This class improves posture, physical control and coordination, musicality and movement sense. It is a good workout and gives you a wonderful sense of elegance and poise as well. No dance background required. You can join even if it is your first time to try ballet, or if you have done ballet classes when you were younger and want to return to your first love!

Attire: Comfy, light-fabric clothes, tight-fitting top and bottom or Ballet Leotard and tights

Hair: Pulled back and off of the face

Footwear: Socks or ballet shoes

 

 

Jazz Intermediate

14 y o and above

Teacher: Ayumi Oquino

 

This class is perfect for teens 14 year old and above who have taken at least 10 jazz classes before, or have engaged in other dance trainings for at least one year. Using popular and current music, our teachers offer age-appropriate dance materials and introduce the high-energy technique and rhythm of Jazz.

Attire: Comfy, light-fabric clothes, tight-fitting top and bottom

Hair: Pulled back and off of the face

Footwear: Bare-feet, socks, jazz shoes or ballet shoes

 

 

 

Jazz Advanced

16 y o and above

Teacher: Ayumi Oquino

 

This class introduces routines involving bounces, turns, kicks, jumps and spins and more complex combinations. Our teachers also encouraging the students to add a lot of expression to their routines – even if the steps themselves are simple. Flexibility and high kicks are also honed at this level. A long warm-up and thorough cool-down is also prioritized.

Attire: Comfy, light-fabric clothes, tight-fitting top and bottom

Hair: Pulled back and off of the face

Footwear: Bare-feet, socks, jazz shoes or ballet shoes

 

 

Contemporary for Kids

7-12 y. o.

Teacher: Ea Torrado

 

 

Contemporary dance is a style that draws form a fusion of multiple dance techniques including modern dance, ballet and jazz. This class builds physical coordination and confidence as children are introduced to principles and foundations of contemporary dance technique such as contractions, release, floor work, swings, etc. that enables more freedom of movement and emotional expression in their dancing.

Attire: Comfy, light-fabric clothes, tight-fitting top and bottom

Hair: Pulled back and off of the face

Footwear: Bare-feet

 

 

Contemporary Advance

13 y.o and above

Teacher: Jared Jonathan Luna

 

Contemporary dance is a style that draws form a fusion of multiple dance techniques including modern dance, ballet and jazz. This class is perfect for dancers who have had training in contemporary dance for 1-3 years, or intermediate level or adult beginners level students who want to experience a more advanced class. This class is more physically demanding, prioritizing proper technique while delving deeper into more complex combinations. Leaps, jumps, turns, more comprehensive floor work and varying rhythms and tempos are in this class.

Attire: Comfy, light-fabric clothes, tight-fitting top and bottom

Hair: Pulled back and off of the face

Footwear: Bare-feet or socks

 

Adult Beginners Contemporary Dance

18 y.o and above

Teacher: Buboy Raquitico

 

This class offers basic dance techniques derived form Modern Dance, that later on evolves into allowing students to learn to explore movement in different dynamics, react to music in unique ways and improve memory and focus through dance combinations. It also includes strengthening and stretching exercises. No dance background required.

Attire: Comfy, light-fabric clothes, tight-fitting top and bottom

Hair: Pulled back and off of the face

Footwear: Bare-feet or socks

 

 

 

 

 

 

Creative Movement

18 y.o and above

Teacher: Buboy Raquitico

This class unleashes the inner kid in every student. Physical theater and Viewpoints technique exercises are utilized in allowing students to release inhibitions, develop self-trust and think outside-of-the-box. It encourages participants to embody their own unique personality and feel fun in exploring their own unique kinesthetic creativity. This is a high-energy class that releases endorphins and recaptures the magic of playing.

Attire: Comfy and light-fabric clothes

Footwear: Bare-feet or socks

 

 

 

Contact Improvisation

18 y.o and above

Teacher Ea Torrado

 

Touch is the first sense we acquire as infants. It can also be a source of instant den emergent movement compositions alone, or with a partner. Contact Improvisation is a dance of improvising and partnering based on the physics of touch, balance, weight, momentum, flow and resistance. It tunes our sense to be ready to respond in an ever-shifting dialogue of movement. This class encourages students to be fully present in the here-and-now and relate and respond to a changing and flowing physical contact and relationship.

Attire: Comfy and light-fabric clothes

Footwear: Bare-feet

 

 

 

Movement Meditation

18 y. o and above

Teacher: Ea Torrado

 

This class features the evolving Daloy movement vocabulary developed by head choreographer and director of Daloy Dance Company, Ea Torrado as a gateway to each student’s journey to find their own authentic and organic movement. It starts with breathing and relaxation techniques, allowing students to experience meditation in motion, and ends with cooling down exercises and physical stretches that enable students to feel more grounded and centered in their bodies.

Attire: Comfy and light-fabric clothes

Footwear: Bare-feet or socks

 

Daloy Dance Company is a Manila-based contemporary dance and experimental dance theatre collective, established by Artistic Director, Ea Torrado in the Philippines.

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Contact DALOY at  daloydancecompany@gmail.com

 

MORE TESTIMONIALS FROM DALOY STUDENTS

“Daloy classes are my kind of release from all the everyday stresses of school. It keeps my energy flowing despite constant mental exhaustion. It’s an avenue where I learn dance and express myself at the same time; plus I get to meet differently creative people which inspires me to expand my horizons more.” -Tash Manching, 22, Medical Student

 

 

“Daloy doesn’t offer your typical dance classes. They’re always fun, you learn a lot whether you’re just beginning, or a little bit advanced, and, the teachers always seem to bring out the best in the students. Oh, and if there’s one I absolutely love from Daloy, it’s their improv jams. I can say that for me, nothing could eliminate stress better than a good, soulfully fulfilling 30 minute improv jam.” – Wilmer, 22, Creative Director

“Daloy contemporary classes has helped me in getting back in shape with dance. I have stopped dancing for a year and taking classes with daloy has helped me regain my love for dance. It has helped widen my imagination and let loose during improv jams, and has broadened my technique during structured classes. Will definitely continue training with Daloy through their classes so that I can be abreast with my dance skills!” – Miela Sayo, Theatre Actress

 

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“It was our first encounter at the Wifi Body Dance Festival when I got pleasure of watching this group of unique artists move with every intention in mind, be vulnerable in front of the audience, and just let the creative energy flow across the theater. That same energy lead me to sign-up for a class with Daloy — a decision that turned out to be among the best ones i had for myself this year. With Daloy, there are no strangers between company members and students, making the movement meditation, ballet, creative movement and adult contemporary classes worth looking forward-to. I have always referred to myself as a dancer by dream, and each time I step in to Daloy’s studio,  my only mission is to live it.” – Christian Jeff Garma, student

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Reminders:
Class starts on time.
Ten-minute grace period ONLY.
Bring a small to mid-size towel.
Bring water bottle.

 

“I stopped dancing after college, for the reason that I have pursued a different path, apparently, dancing is really one of the things i wanted to do, considering that it was my first love. With the help of Daloy Dance Company i have rekindled with my first love, it never fails to give me that welcoming feeling and makes me totally fulfilled and productive.” – Elise Corpuz, 3d artist /gymnastics coach , 25 years old

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“Daloy classes are exciting and facilitated by conscientious, friendly, warm-hearted teachers. More than a class, it’s a close knit family of dance lovers. ” -Rina, Educator

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“Daloy’s Improv Class is that is super nakaka-relax. I look forward to this class every Saturday morning, pag weekend kasi parang siyang graceful goodbye sa mga stress ko sa work and life.“ – Linda Grace Paez, 28, BPO Agent

 

 

Contact HOPE at 09322880883 for inquiries we got SUMMER WORKSHOP at PARC FOUNDATION March 27-May 30 2017

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