Salsa Dancing

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Salsa Instructor For 10 Years Make a commitment to improve yourself and the quality of your life. Every month they’ll be two different sets of group classes, offered by AIDA Instructors. Each class, one+ hour in length, is for beginners (and those seeking to review and perfect their dance basics). Children through Adult classes Pre-Register for a guaranteed space in class and the lowest prices! Wear comfortable clothing and shoes No partner necessary – come alone or with friends We switch partners oftenCurrent Classes Where: At AIDA 1048 Santa Fe Drive Cost: $50 per four week session (meets once a week). Drop-ins are always accepted at $15 per class No partner is necessary Advance registration saves money and guarantees a space in class Class Description and Schedule The classes all start with footwork, and basic dance moves geared towards club-style salsa dancing. The goal is to get everyone comfortable with basic dance fundamentals and then apply them to salsa dance. Beginner classes are fun and fast, but not too fast – filled with patience, repetition, and practice. Beginner classes are suitable for people who have never salsa danced, never danced at all, as well as people wanting to strengthen their fundamentals. If time allows, we invite students to extra practice time after class. Intermediate classes have a few requirements, namely that people are comfortable with the basic steps and know the open breaks, cross body leads, and basic turns. Each week we will be reviewing the basic salsa steps, and adding patterns. Each class and session is different and has different patterns. The basic schedule (subject to change) is contained below. Beginner Classes General Description, New Patterns Learned Every Session Suitable for people who have never danced and people who want to brush up on the basics No partner necessary – Anyone can learn! Week One: Salsa Basics and Shines, Leaders & Followers turns Week Two: Review – Leaders Turns, Hand Change, Hair Brush Week Three: Review – 2 Hand Change, Windmill. Review Week Four: Hammer Locks, Windmill – Behind Back, Hair Brush. Review. Cross Body Lead! Intermediate Classes General Description, New Patterns Learned Every Session The class


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