Western Dances

Popping was created by dancers wanting to look tough when they danced. Popping is characterized by jerky movements resulting from flexing the muscles at parts of the body.
Contemporary dance emerged in the 1950s combining the modern dance elements and the classical ballet elements.Contemporary dance draws on both modern and postmodern dance as a source of inspiration.. the piece
The dancing in Bollywood films, is primarily modeled on Indian dance: classical dance styles, dances of historic India or folk dances. In modern films, .It's fun and very expressive and there's a lot of deep meaning behind music in the films.
Locking (originally Campbellocking) is a style of funk dance, based on the concept of locking movements, which basically means freezing from a fast movement and "locking" in a certain position, holding that position for a short while and then continuing in the same speed as before.
Although some performances are fully or partially choreographed, improvisation is the main force behind freestyle. Dancers are encouraged to create new moves and develop a personal style. The dancing is tough, raw and often involves stopping and starting.
B-boying is a form of hip hop dancing which is popularly known as breaking. It consists of top or up rock, footwork, spinning moves (power moves), and freeze. The term. B-Boys means break boys and they were called so because they dance to the break part of music.
Hip hop is both a music genre and a cultural movement developed in New York. There are four fundamental elements in hip hop: Rapping (MCing), Hip hop music (Djing and beatboxing), Hip hop art (Graffiti). There is breaking, popping, locking, and free styling in hip hop dances. B-boy and b-girl stands for "break-boy" & "break-girl"
B-boying, also known as breaking, breakdancing, or B-girling (for women) is a dynamic style of dance and one of the major elements of hip hop culture, commonly associated with. In its early form, breakdancing was divided into three distinct forms of dancing, breaking and popping. but characteristically different.