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Dance Salsa Like A Cuban

7 Hours
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Dance Salsa Like A Cuban

Dance Lesson
You will not only learn how to dance salsa, mixed with other typically Cuban dances, like son, rumba, guaracha, guaguancó and chachachá, but also that you learn some interesting facts about our dance styles and their origins. Experience the art of dancing Cuban style! You will discover that it is not only about dancing to the rhythm of the music, but to feel it, to lose yourself in it, to live it. Not only will it be entertaining, but also you will feel a little more Cuban at the end of the day.

meeting location

Reyes street, between Luz and Pocito, 10 de Octubre

ending location

Reyes street, between Luz and Pocito, 10 de Octubre

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Salsa lessons mixed with other Cuban styles, learned during 7 sessions of 1 hour each one. The objective of these lessons will be, naturally, that you learn how to dance salsa and that you acquire, at the same time, the so particular way of Cubans’ dancing. You will also get to know in the first lessons some interesting facts about typical Cuban dancing styles, which will provide you some theoretical extra knowledge. It is important for me that you spend an amazing time. In the middle of the session, we will take a small break of 3 minutes to drink some water and to rest, if necessary.

Special Session #5: Only this session will be just dedicated to learn Latin dancing styles. Latin dancing styles following the rhythm of bands and musicians like Juan Luis Guerra, Chino & Nacho, Romeo Santos, Olga Tañón, Victor Manuelle, Elvis Crespo and others.

What is this session #5 about? We will watch some musical videos or will listen to some songs of these and other Latin artists, and you will learn the steps that go better with each musical style.

Why this special session? The music of many Latin artists is very trendy in our country. For this reason, it will be good that you learn how to dance some Latin musical styles, like merengue, bachata, bachata-bolero, cumbia, etc., which are considered hybrid with some of our traditional dancing styles.

Additional Information

o Wear comfortable clothes that allows you to move easily and fast.
o Not to wear slippers or high heel, because they can make difficult the learning process.
o Bring a bottle of water to keep you hydrated when we take a break.
o Children are not allowed.

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