My name is Ceech Hsu. I believe that I can teach anyone to dance.
“Whether you think you can, or you think you can’t – you are right.” — Henry Ford
I didn’t start taking dance seriously until after college. At that time, there were no hip hop studios, no YouTube videos, no one around to teach me how to dance. Looking back, I believe the lack of resources was what propelled my passion for dance.
Gary Kendell (Jabbawockeez, Mindtricks, Culture Shock, Jugheads) was my first dance mentor.
Pop’in Pete and Skeeter Rabbit of the Electric Boogaloos were the second biggest influence of my dance journey.
There are many other talented dancers/teachers that I have met along the way, but the Jabbawockeez Family and the Electric Boogaloos Family are two giant pillars of my dance foundation. I want to invite you to come share this culture with me.
The foundation of dance is rhythm. Train your rhythm, the rest will follow.
Movement is built on the solid foundation of a strong rhythm. Movement brings the visual just as music brings the audio.
The feeling is what your soul remembers when you connect rhythm to the movement and that is what call dance.