Intro to Salsa, Bachata,
Monday April 16th, 2018
registration 6pm class 6:15pm to 8pm.
Location: Glendale/Sharonville area:
2241 Crowne Point Dr, Cincinnati, OH 45241-5400, United States
This class will introduce new dancers to the basic steps and basic partnerwork for salsa & bachata.
$20 cash/check at the door or $25 pre-registration via paypal by clicking the "add to cart" link
Open to the public. No partner necessary; We will rotate partners throughout the class. No previous dance experience of any kind needed.
What to wear?
Bring a clean pair of shoes so that you don't track in dirt from outside. You can dance in your socks, but its not recommended because you don't want someone stepping on your feet!
Shoes that have low friction are ideal for pivoting and turning. Rubber soled shoes are not great unless the soles are worn smooth. Leather soled, wood soled, suede soled shoes make salsa dancing easier.
You are not likely to work up a sweat during this workshop, because it is primarily instructional, but it is a physical activity and if you have any physical problems, then please get a doctors recommendation before participating.
Any questions? Email or call us, Robert 509-3731 at firstname.lastname@example.org or Rachel at email@example.com
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Cuban Salsa and Salsa Rueda
Mondays 8pm to 9pm
$40 for a 4 class flexible attendance pass punch card, $15 single class drop in fee or Location: 2241 Crowne Point Dr, Cincinnati, OH 45241-5400, United States.
This class is a mixture of both Casino (Cuban salsa danced by a single couple) and Rueda de Casino (Cuban salsa danced by group of couples together).
Salsa Rueda, otherwise known as Rueda de casino, is a style of salsa dancing originating from Cuba. Similar to American square dancing, there is a caller that calls out dance patterns for the couples in the Rueda circle to perform. Rueda turn patterns can be danced as a group or as a single couple.
In Salsa Rueda, multiple couples form a circle and perform Cuban style turn patterns that are called out by a caller in the group. Many of the patterns involve switching partners similar to square dancing. Rueda turn patterns can be danced as a group or as a single couple.
Casino Rueda consists of pairs of dancers forming a circle, and swapping partners around the circle through dance moves called out by one person, a caller.
Do you want to focus on a particular technique? Do you struggle with a particular move? Or do you just want to accelerate your learning? In a private lesson we have the opportunity to identify specific issues an individual might have that prevent them from going to the next level. In a group class, this is harder to address. Take a private lesson for $60 per hour.