Noz Bacolod's Style
Originally from Brisbane, Noz is now based in Melbourne. He has travelled the world assisting the acclaimed Lizzie Wicks with her various workshops and productions. With over 10 years of experience, Noz's dance style is fun and groovy, predominantly influenced by modern day to old school hip hop.
Class duration: 1 hour.
- Combine basic moves to form extended routines.
- Gain confidence and develop your performance skills.
- Learn to dance with different movement textures/qualities.
- Meet Noz Bacolod - an expert tuition from an experienced teacher.
- Improve your balance, coordination, speed and technique.
- Learn to dance to different rhythms and beats.
- Learn to "style" your movement to convey different emotions and attitudes.
- Your interest to learn!
Clothing and shoes suitable for dancing.
Vendor sincce 2015
Co-founded by industry expert Etienne Khoo and dance enthusiast Meisha Luo, O2 Studios is Melbourne's premium dance and fitness hub.
After having seen Etienne choreograph on the television show So You Think You Can Dance Australia, Meisha began to regularly attend Etienne’s casual dance classes. Etienne and Meisha developed the concept of O2 Studios, wishing to address the at times competing perspectives of teacher/choreographer, and student.
O2’s vision is to share their passion for dance and fitness in a warm and inviting environment – an environment that encourages and nurtures the professional development of artists, a space that doesn’t intimidate beginners with the proverbial “two left feet”, and ultimately, a destination that inspires creativity and fun.
Showcasing an incredible line-up of Australia’s finest choreographers and instructors, O2 caters for students of all fitness and training levels. Etienne and Meisha are particularly proud of, and grateful to, the team of individuals they have assembled to assist them in realizing their dream. Whether you are aiming to nurture your craft, develop your performance skills, or merely to improve your fitness, the O2 team will deliver – so what are you waiting for?