- Lock street dance : Tuesday 17:30-19:00 (All levels)
- Street dance : Friday 17:30-19:00 (Advanced)
- Funky styles : Saturday 14:30-16:00 (All levels)
- Popping : Thursday 19:00-20:30 (All levels)
- Jazz : Monday 19:00-20:30 (Intermediate)
Fascinated by jazz and musicals, Albert Almeida, called Junior, decided to turn to an artistic universe. In 1979, he began a continuous training at the School of Marcel Marceau. During a trip to New York, he encountered the hip hop culture with which he instantly identified. Since his return to Paris, he stands out as “the reference” for the dancers of break-dancing (Popping, Locking, Electric Boogie, etc.). Over the years, Junior has become a vital and prominent figure in hip hop movement and dance in France. For him, the term hip hop is unfit, which he prefers to replace with the term “street dance”. Patriarch of the closed circle of professionals, he defends and defines the foundations of this culture through the original styles of street dance, specifically the Top dance (the dance ) that he teachers throughout France. In 1997, he created the group the Boogies Lockers.