Classes begin Monday 5th February at Wivelsfield Village Hall.
|Monday||7.30 - 8.15 p.m||6-week Beginner|
The six-week course in Cuban-style salsa covers the basics of body-movement and partner-work in preparation for improver/intermediate levels. The course is designed to build-up confidence along with a repertoire of simple salsa moves to show off at the salsa clubs!
|Monday||7.30 - 8.15 p.m||6-week Improver|
The six-week Improver I course in Cuban-style salsa will re-cap the basics of partnerwork taught at beginner level, but will progress quickly with new salsa moves to further build your dance confidence.
|Monday||8.30 - 9.15 p.m||6-week Intermediate|
The 6-week Intermediate Course is for those who have completed ‘Intro to Intermediate’. The course will focus on consolidating moves previously taught and partner-work, with plenty of time devoted to creating sequences to use on the dance floor. Our aim is to further build your dance confidence, before moving onto higher level salsa.
|Monday||8.30 - 9.15 p.m||6-week Intermediate-Advanced|
The Intermediate-Advanced Course is for those who have attended our ‘cocktail’ courses in the past. The course will focus on consolidating moves previously taught and partner-work, with plenty of time devoted to creating sequences to use on the dance floor. There’ll be lots of rueda as well, by the way.
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All classes are subject to change and will only run based on a minimum group booking of 10. In the event that a class
does not reach the minimum number, we shall endeavour to amalgamate classes to provide an alternative option.
As always, the lessons are relaxed and fun and designed to cater for all abilities. Contact Julia if you need any further details.
Which level of course should I choose?
Our structured courses are tailored to suit the ability of each group in general. Of course, individuals do progress with their dancing at different rates and we are keen to find the most suitable level for everyone. It's often a good idea to repeat courses to perfect timing and co-ordination, especially with the foundation basic steps (i.e. Dile Que No, Casino and Enchufla). After all, to dance with fluidity and ease, it's all about lots and lots of repetition and practice. If you need any guidance at all about which level of course to book for, then please contact me. The cost to repeat a course is just £35, which only applies if repeating courses within a six month period.