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Students enrolled in this class will learn the necessary techniques, applicable rhythms and patterns to international Latin dances. This class is for students who want to further learn the international Latin dance.Note: A dance partner is not required for this class.
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. In this class, the technical and excellent understanding of tango, consistency of connection, and flexibility of steps is an advantage. A dancer should have creativity on the floor, correct po
Gain mastery on dances like Waltz, Tango, Viennese Waltz, Slow Foxtrot, and Quickstep. The International Style of dance developed in Europe almost at the same time as the American Style, and was introduced to the U.S. in the 1960's. Originally labeled English Style, it quickly became the darling of the competitive world. On the social floor, initia
With live drumming. Express yourself with the fun, energetic movements of this upbeat dance from Senegal that is often performed at celebrations like weddings, baby naming ceremonies, and other happy occasions. The class starts off with a dynamic warm-up that incorporates Sabar technique, and then moves into choreography that will have you popping
From the French word, “to shake,” Soukouss is all about moving your hips and having fun. It originated in the Congo in the 1960’s as an African version of the Cuban Rumba, and spread across Africa and to Europe over time. Now popular in dance clubs, Soukouss shares elements with hip hop, dancehall, and Afrobeat.
With Live Drumming. Energize your body and spirit with Afro-Brazilian dance styles from northern Brazil such as Samba, Samba de Roda, Axé, Sambareggae, Afoxé and the dances of the Orixas. Learn about the rich Brazilian culture while developing fluidity and freedom in your body. Students will be led through a series of warm-up exercises that will
The soulful sounds of the Caribbean mix with dynamic moves to create an electrifying, rhythmic, and calorie-blasting cardio dance jam! Kick off the new year by learning this popular style of Jamaica-based dance while burning hundreds of calories and having a blast.
In this class, students will be introduced to the two major aspects of Kathak: Abhinaya, the dance/acting of a story or song and Nritta, the expressive part, where dancers display technique and incorporate footwork, hand gestures and pirouettes within a given rhythmic framework.
With Live Drumming. Learn the fun and playful dances of Guinea, including the yankadi and macru dances of seduction, which alternate according to the beat of the drums. The yankadi is slow and mellow (a time to check out your prospects), and the macru is fast and furious, joyfully danced with the partner of your choosing. Traditional Guinean dance
Shakira Marshall, one of the FELA! queens, returns to Cumbe with Afro-Soca! Whine your hips to the upbeat, tropical rhythms of Soca music and learn other popular Caribbean dances in this workshop that fuses both African and Caribbean dance styles. Dance movements take their inspiration from various forms: traditional West African, Congolese, Caribb
The class will engage students in beginner level dance movement and terminology through core strength training, body conditioning, and mind/spirit building exercises. The class movement style is inspired by African diasporic dances and African rhythms and sounds. Allow your spirit to experience the fullness of space, and your range of movement thro
With Live Drumming. Go deeper into your core with the healing movements of Congolese Dance, called a “medicine dance” for its therapeutic properties. Dance moves include slow and funky grooves, and also fast footwork and intense body isolations. Congolese dance is at the root of many dances we know today, such as hip hop, salsa, merengue, regga
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