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Bust A Move teaches various genres of dance, including street, break and k-pop, to its clients. It also holds professional dance performances, which students may watch. Its group of professional instructors hails from different parts of the world. This benefits clients since they encounter dance styles from different cultures. Bust A Move recommends dancing as a form of exercise; it also serves clients who dance for fun or seek to earn a living from the activity. The moves and techniques taught at the dance club include freezes, glides, and popping & locking. Bust A Move DJs play music for an extra two hours after the dance lessons to enable students to practice the routines they've learnt. Bookings and enquiries are made online or by phone. Street dance, which incorporates parts of hip hop and pop, is taught on Mondays and Saturdays from 6pm to 8pm. Students pay £8 per session. The optional, two-hour extension - after the classes - is free for students, but non-students pay £4 to participate. Break dance, which involves plenty of acrobatics, is taught on Tuesdays and Sundays, from 6pm to 8pm. During the break dance sessions, Bust A Move students learn how to perform moves like the Windmill, the Top Rock, and the Uprock. The other major dance style taught at Bust A Move is the K-Pop. The dance, which has its origins in Korean pop music, is taught on Mondays and Saturdays, from 6 - 8pm. It also costs £8 per session.