From the Italian Balletto, diminutive of ballo, "dance." Classical theatrical dancing based on the danse d'ecole, the rules and vocabulary that were codified around 1700 in France.
A style of dancing developed in North America, involving quick tapping of the toes and heels on the floor.
A popular subculture, originally created by inner-city teenagers but now prevalent in the suburbs, that emphasizes rap music, break dancing, and DJ scratching.
A mixture of African and European folk dances developed in North America/New Orleans around the early 1900s.
Lyrical dance is a blend of ballet, modern, and jazz dance styles. It is interpretive in nature and lends itself to liturgical dance. Lyrical dance is poetry in motion and usually consists of slow, rounded movements.
Fitness can be defined as a holistic feeling or state of well-being. Physical fitness consists of many different body capabilities, such as endurance, strength, flexibility and coordination.