BGW provides opportunities for young women to participate in four main endeavors: After School Girl Program Ages 10-13, Young Women Forum 13-25, Emerging Leaders Young Men and Young, Women Regional & National Training and Conference.

BENEFITS OF OUR PROGRAM

Why?

Brown Girl Woke Break dancers is a charitable organization dedicated to developing children physically, emotionally, socially, and academically, through dance. 

Our dance program benefits by teaching kids to stay active, set goals and take responsibility for their choices. Skills learned in class such as integrity, dedication and positive self talk will translate to the classroom in behavior and attitude. The fundamental goal of our dance program is to give kids the tools to succeed in school and in life and inspire them to take steps toward realizing their dreams 

AFTER SCHOOL DANCE CLASSES

What?

Break Dancers is a mobile dance program that brings dance into primary schools, non profits, villages and churches. 

Program only ask for open space for students to have dance lessons. 

We Provide:

  • Dance instructors 
  • Healthy Snack
  • School Supplies
  • T-shirts & Dance Bag
  • Workshops with international and local dance groups
  • Gifts & Donations from sponsors and donors 

LOCATIONS   

WHEN:

After school, once a week for an 1 hour and 30 minutes in duration and includes warm up and stretch, technique and skill break down and choreography. 

Our talented dance teachers are dancers that will not only teach but inspire your kids as well.

  • Contemporary 
  • Traditional Samoan 
  • Hip-Hop
  • End-of-session performance.

Currently 

  • Solosolo
  • Safata Primary
  • Iva Primary
  • Safotu Primary

BENEFITS OF OUR PROGRAM

O A NI LELEI O LENEI POLOKALAME?

O le Brown Girl Woke dancers na tu’ufa’atasia ma le naunau ia fesoasoani ile olaga tuputupu a’e ole fanau e ala ile siva. E fa’asino lava lesona ile atina’eina ole malosi fa’a-le-tino ole tamaititi, fa’a-le-mafaufau, ma le lelei ile va ma tagata. 

O lenei polokalame siva e a’oa’oina ai tamaiti ile fa’amalositino, ia iloa matati’a e galue aga’I iai, ma ia iloa a latou filifiliga fai. E fa’aa’upegaina ai I latou I lesona taua e aoga I totonu ole potu a’oga ma fesoasoani tele mo o latou lumana’i. 

AFTER SCHOOL DANCE CLASSES 

Ole a lea mea?

O le kulupu nei ole Break Dancers o se polokalame e a’oa’oina ai le siva I totonu o a’oga tulaga lua, nu’u, ma ekalesia.

O lenei polokalame e auina fua atu mo soo se faalapotopotoga e fia auai, na o le pau le mea e mana’omia o se potu avanoa e fa’atinoina ai lesona.

E tapena uma atu e le polokalame:

  • Faiaoga
  • Meaai mo tamaiti
  • Mea e fa’aaoga ile a’oga
  • Ato ma mitiafu siva
  • Mealofa ma fesoasoani mai faalapotopotoga lagolago

LOCATIONS   

OLE A LE TAIMI E FAIA AI?

E faia lesona ta’itasi ile vaiaso pe a tu’ua le a’oga, e ta’I itula ma le afa le umi e aofia ai uma vaega ole siva e amata mai ile warm up se’ia o’o ile tu’ufa’atasiga o se siva.

E tele ituaiga siva e a’oina ai e iai le:

  • Contemporary (tu’ufa’atasiga o ituaiga siva)
  • Siva Samoa
  • Siva vave
  • Ma e faia se polokalame mo le fa’ai’uga ole tausaga
  • O FEA O LO’O FAIA AI?

I le taimi nei, o loo faia a matou polokalame I Solosolo, ma a’oga tulaga lua I Safata, Iva ma Safotu I Savai’i. Mo nisi Fa’amatalaga fa’afeso’ota’I mai