Amir Ashoor

Amir began with Dancehall and Hip Hop when he was 15 years old. Then he went to a street/hiphop education for 1.5 years and laid the foundation for the dance style he has today. Amir has appeared in several productions such as the Eurovision Song Contest, various tours around Europe, workshops and music videos. Amir is a member of the dance group Nunchucks and also a member  of THE RICHBOYZ PROJECT created by Rob Rich in Los Angeles. A project that has had various performances in the US and Europe. Amir has appeared in the shows ”Ninja” in Stockholm and ”Villains” in Los Angeles with The Richfam.

1. What is the main focus on your classes?

In my classes, the focus is on each individual and I want everyone to challenge their bodies to make new moves to different styles such as Hip Hop and Dancehall but can also be slightly different from these two styles. I put a lot of focus to see my students individual body shapes to develop people in their own style and body movements. I spread a lot of beautiful energy in my classes and focus to teach my students something new in every class.

2. Which qualities do you think are important for a dancer?

To dare to expose their bodies and dance personality with new challenges, try something new and also express themselves to the maximum. I believe it can help one to develop and become a better dancer & person. I dare you to be you!

3. What makes your style unique?

What makes my style unique is that I’m like a chameleon in the way that I mix styles that can be anything from going full out dynamically and grooves. Everyone is different, which means that my style will be unique in its own way.

4. What inspires you?

I am inspired by people, expressions, music, food and new places. I see inspiration in almost everything and I want to inspire others with my work!