There is an abundance of talent in this country that needs the right opportunity and guidance. With that in mind, OneTwoStep has created an intensive dance program to provide dance enthusiasts with a new platform to explore different genres of dance that will add to dance professionalism in the Philippines. Our Intensive Dance Training Program (IDTP) focuses on technique, training and knowledge that give individuals a platform to nurture talent. It is a holistic learning program that lays the foundation for students who wish to become a performing artist.  

GOALS & OBJECTIVES 

  1. To train the students for 3 major genres of dance and provide them with basic knowledge of 5 other dance genres.

  2. To familiarize them with show production and management skills. 

  3. To equip the students with knowledge of functional anatomy, injury prevention and basic first aid.

  4. To enhance our students personality as performers and/or instructors. 

DURATION

  • One year to complete 4 modules 

  • Total 136 sessions over 34 weeks with breaks of 5 to 6 weeks between each module.

  • Approximately 400 hours training in a year

REQUIREMENTS FOR CLASS

HIP-HOP & JAZZ

  • Comfortable All-Black Sports Attire

  • Sneakers 

  • Hair to be tied up 

BALLET

  • All-black full-body leotards or leotards with black tights 

  • Soft ballet shoes 

  • Hair tied in a neat bun 

  • Salsa Heels and Salsa Skirts (Girls) 

  • Jazz Sneakers or Formal Shoes (Boys) 

  • Cushioned Knee Pads required during all classes. 

SALSA & CHA CHA

MODULES

Theatre Jazz

Broadway Jazz · Salsa 

Cha Cha 

BollyHop 

BollyJazz 

Silk 

MODULE 3

 

PERFORMING AND

EXPRESSION WORKSHOP 

Dance Show production and management 

Basic Audio and Video Appreciation 

Personality Development 

Theory of Dance 

Evolution of Dance 

First-Aid and injury Prevention · Dance Pedagogy 

 Functional Anatomy 

Jazz 

Hip-Hop 

Contemporary 

Ballet Essentials 

MODULE 1

SPECIALIZED TRAINING IN 

MODULE 2

 

INTRODUCTION TO DANCE 

MODULE 4

 

  THEORY COURSES