Horton technique is a modern dance technique developed by Lester Horton in the early 20th century. It is characterized by its use of fluid, spiraling movements and a strong focus on the core muscles. The technique is designed to increase flexibility, strength, and control in dancers, and is often used in contemporary and modern dance performances. Horton technique classes typically include a warm-up, followed by exercises that focus on different parts of the body, such as the legs, arms, and back. Also including a chance to experience learning choreography in the genre as well.