Know how to twerk and looking to expand your skills?
The intermediate e-course* helps women with basic twerk experience
expand their twerk skills, increase dance vocabulary, and improve coordination.
- Learn 9 impressive intermediate level twerk moves
- Progress from single moves >> combos >> choreographies
- Learn through your phone / computer, any time, anywhere
- Increase your dance vocabulary
- Gain confidence
*5% of each e-course sale goes to support reproductive justice for marginalized communities in the States.
Is this e-course made for you?
Ask yourself these questions:
- Are you considered the Twerker in your group?
- Are beginner classes too easy for you?
- Do you follow twerkers on IG, trying to learn their twerk moves?
- Have you taken the Twerking for Beginners e-Course?
- Do you want to increase your level of twerking from basic > amazing?
If you answer "yes" to any of them, this is the course for you!
Enroll now and twerk up your skill level!
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What does this course contain?
- 9 twerk move lessons
- 3 practice lessons
- 2 choreography lessons
- 1 warm up video
- 14-day satisfaction guarantee (we're so sure you'll love it!)
Enroll now and boost your dance skills, coordination, and twerk technique!
5% of each e-course sale goes to support reproductive justice for marginalized communities in the States.
Enroll now and get these awesome bonuses:
- 1-month of online support with instructor Gal* ($100 value)
- 2 live class recordings, including an intermediate twerk choreography ($30 value)
- 2 live class recordings, including an intermediate twerk & dancehall choreography ($30 value)
* From day of e-course purchase
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Hi, I'm Gal, I'm a 31 year old woman who left behind a successful career in clinical trials and two degrees in biotechnology to pursue my passion: teaching twerk and empowering women. I grew up loving to dance but feeling self conscious about my weight and my looks, like all of us. Before twerking, I found my happiness in social Latin dances (Salsa and Bachata) and pole dance. I both learned and taught these dances part-time throughout my early 20's. After getting my B.Sc in biotech, I moved to Miami at the age of 24. And that's where it all started for me.
Twerking, back then, wasn't as mainstreamed and well known as it is now- it was just how women danced in Miami, and nobody made a big deal out of it. But for me, it was the first time I ever saw women move their body like that. I remember seeing a woman twerk for the first time in my life, thinking to myself- I wanna be like her. I want that confidence, and I want that body control. I took some classes in Miami from local teachers and when I came back home, I showed my friend my new dance moves.
Fast forward 3 years of teaching twerk part-time in Israel and abroad, in 2016 I quit my job and opened my own business in twerkapreneurship (you like that?). I've taught workshops and teacher trainings in over 13 countries including Australia, Europe, Israel and the States, started my own clothing line, ran regular twerk courses for over 3 years in Israel, and appeared on national TV and international web shows multiple times.
Now, I'm happy and excited to share with you my new online course- the product of teaching hundreds of students, dozens of teachers, and engaging in so many meaningful interactions with women and men sharing the impact of my content has had on their life. I hope you enjoy.
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But wait! What is twerking? Where does it come from?
Twerking is a dance that is deeply rooted in African culture. While the current and most commonly known form of twerking originated in the Bounce culture in New Orleans in the early 1990’s, the roots of twerking can be found in West Africa. A dance called Mapouka, from the Ivory Coast (Côte d’Ivoire) is considered to be the ancestor of modern twerking, although there are many more dances with significant similarities in other African countries such as Senegal, Nigeria and Kenya.
Similar dance styles can also be found in the African and the Afro-Latin diaspora: Dancehall is a Jamaican street dance where the women dance Female Dancehall, a feminine style of dancing. In Puerto Rico, Perreo or Sandungueo emerged in the late 1980’s as a party/club dance. Similar dance moves are danced to Soca music in the West Indies, as well.
While twerking has been around for at least 20 years prior to this event, the rise of twerking to the mainstream (white) media happened in 2013, when Miley Cyrus tried to twerk on stage at the MTV VMA awards.
As a Jewish Israeli woman, who learned twerking from African-American and Hispanic teachers, I try my best to educate myself and my students about the rich history of twerking.
I encourage you to learn more about the different styles of twerking by following these amazing dancers. Each one dances a different style of twerking, representing a different region or African / Afro-Latin diaspora.