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Develop your skills on Latin dances: Argentine Tango, Bachata, Bolero, Cardio Latin, Cha Cha, Cuban Motion, Hustle, Mambo, Merengue, Paso Doble, Rumba, Salsa and Samba.
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Students will be able to improve and learn flexibility to be creative in expanding the horizons of Tango, as well as enjoy their balance and elegance skills.
Students enrolled in this class will learn the necessary techniques, applicable rhythms and patterns to international Latin dances.
Zouk is a direct result of this phenomenon. It is, in fact, the multi-cultural element that makes it hard to explain to the uninitiated exactly what zouk is.
Experience joyous movements and intoxicating rhythms from Brazil, Cuba and Haiti with live drumming accompaniment. Classes include a strengthening barre and center floor warm-up and movement combinations traveling across the floor. Teens are welcome!
Taking this class, students will learn and eventually be able to apply basics of Barata Naytham such as an articulate use of arms, leg and eye movement. Musicality is strongly emphasized in Classical Indian dance.
The goal of this class is to enable students to discover the joy of movement and expression while doing Georgian dance, discover their own creative abilities and appreciate various dance styles. This also help them develop their dance skills, proper techniques and terminology, musical and rhythmic awareness as well.
The CourseHorse Gift Card can be used any of the 35,000 classes on CourseHorse, comes in any denomination, and never expires.
Dancers will learn the foundational form and technique of Irish dance, starting with the basic movements and progressing to light-shoe and jigs.
Students perfect the dances they already know, while learning more complicated steps and rhythms.
With dances such as the Four-Hand Reel and the High Cauled Cap, céilís are traditional dances done in groups of 4, 8, or even 16 dancers. Beginners and experienced dancers alike will have fun while working on basic footwork, forms, technique, and musicality.
An introduction to some of the more popular set dances, with instruction on basic footwork, transitions between figures and moving to the phrasing of the music.
Learn this upbeat, highly rhythmic dance form with African roots fused with the multicultural influences of Caribbean dance, which comes from African, Chinese, European, South Asian and indigenous Caribbean people.
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