New Classes Start Every 6 Weeks!
New Classes - March 30, 2015
Monday Evenings
6:30 - Cha Cha
Beginner level - No experience necessary



Cha Cha - This dance has wide application because cha cha music is popular in all music genres, including country, funk, and hip-hop. Popular mainstream artists such as Santana, Marc Anthony, and Jennifer Lopez are putting out great cha cha music. This is a party dance!
The Cha Cha is defined as the Cuban dance that evolved from the Mambo... (rising) to great popularity in the mid 1950's. The major difference was that the pause found in the Mambo was changed to a rapid triple step. (1) This triple step, when performed, sounds off a cha cha cha sound from the stepping on the 3-and-4 beats. Sometimes called Cha Cha Cha because of the fast triple step footwork. This extremely classy & sexy dance is characterized by very fast footwork, arm movements and exaggerated hip motion. Cha Cha is a stationary dance, with some movements that can travel across the floor. Danced to fast latin music or slower country music, this dance is very popular with social dancers today.
7:30 - Salsa/Merengue/Bachata
Beginner level - No experience necessary
Salsa
Salsa is hot - You see it being done everywhere. It's the most popular of the social dances being dance currently. We introduce the steps and patterns, making it easy for you to be successful.
The name "salsa" correctly describes the flavor of this dance: hot! Danced correctly, there's a lot of shakin', shimmying, and hip action going on. Don't be deterred - you can learn how to achieve all of this action. The basic step of salsa can be accomplished with less than 10 minutes of practice.
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Attire: Casual comfortable clothing, Wear comfortable shoes, that will stay on your feet well.  Shoes that have a smooth sole, such as leather are best. Please do not wear shoes with black rubber soles. For your safety: No tennis shoes, sandals or flip flops please.
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