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Salsa Basics and Beyond

  • Feb 5, 2014 · 7:00 PM
  • Turnagain Arts Building, Suite 200

Learn Salsa from Patrick and Roxanne as they teach you the proper technique of the dance.

7:00-7:55 pm: Salsa Basics (Social Style, Frame, Footwork: Forward Breaks, Backward Breaks, Side Breaks, Cumbia Breaks, Basic Pattern )

8:05-9:00 pm: Salsa Beyond Basics (Lesson material varies week to week depending on returning students and previous material students may already know).

Cost: $10 per hour, $15 for both classes
Please call ahead to reserve a spot as classes are limited to 10 students per class. Patrick's cell[masked] or Roxanne's cell 529-9559. Thank you.

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  • Whitney T.

    I would really like to come to a class and see if it's for me bit I don't want to but shoes before I know if I like it. Does anyone have any suggestions?

    February 4, 2014

    • Roxanne

      No long as you have dry shoes to change into that won't stick to the floor you should be alright. And in the worse case situation, you dance in socks (until you decide to get dance shoes).

      1 · February 5, 2014

  • Michelle

    Don't worry about getting the perfect dance shoes yet. After you try the right dance and fall in love with it then you will buy a bunch of shoes :) For now, you should just wear a pair that has no heal or a low heal. Make sure they will stay on not stick to the floor. Heavy boots, tennis shoes that stick to the floor or really high club shoes will be miserable. Learning the steps and having fun is what matters first. :)
    When you find the dance that you really enjoy you can come by the studio and try on what we have in stock. Then you can order just about anything. I personally have owned almost every pair of "Very Fine" brand dance shoes and can give you my opinion on what feels goof. The average pair of shoes purchased online or locally will run between $75 to $150 but will be worth it. :)

    February 4, 2014

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