Salsa Workshops with John Morey Salseroblanko from Alabama

Salsa Workshops with guest instructor John Morey Salseroblanko from Alabama |
$15 per workshop or $35 for all 3 workshops.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Pre-registration & payment required at www.charlottelatindance.com

1:00p - 2:15p | Ooo La La, Let’s Dance Some More Workshop | You will learn a cool combo that will step up your dancing. We will stress on the HOWs and the WHYs of the pattern and not on the WHAT. When you master the HOWs and the WHYs, he or she will want to dance some more!
2:15p -3:30p | 3 is Good Workshop | The best thing about this class is you will learn how to have 3 exits to your pattern. It keeps your dancing interesting and hard to predict/anticipate. But as always, we will stress on the HOWs and the WHYs of the pattern and not on the WHAT

3:30p - 4:45p | MORE? You want MORE Workshop? | Learning a pattern is really not that difficult. Executing the pattern with proper leading and following techniques is not that easy. Learn a pattern with proper leading and following techniques. The better your techniques, the more dances you have. As always, we will stress on the HOWs and the WHYs of the pattern and not on the WHAT.

 

See John Performing:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0Yd3BpwMWgs

Who is John “salseroblanko” Morey?John is a fun, crazy, energetic and extremely enthusiastic professional salsa dancer/instructor. He is aSALSA ADDICT. He is aSALSA SPECIALIST!

John took his first salsa lesson in Dallas, TX, March 2000. John attended his first salsa congress, DC Salsa Congress, in Oct 2000. This is where he met Super Mario from London. That was the start of a great friendship and the inspiration to become a good dancer. John then became a SALSA ADDICT, travelling for SALSA.

John started teaching regularly in 2001 at Rockford College in Illinois. He has attended many salsa congresses and have taken lessons from various salsa professionals like Joby Brava, Luis Vasquez, Edie “the salsa freak”, Super Mario from London and others.

One of John’s proud achievements is he started the salsa scene in Greenville, SC. It is still alive to this day. 

In 2004 John performed at the West Coast Salsa Congress in Los Angeles. He has performed and taught at the Hotlanta Salsa Congress numerous times. He and his team will be performing at the NY Salsa Congress 2013.

John’s attributes are he is patient, detailed,
a student of salsa, passionate, fun, caring and just an absolute nut in his classes. He is very energetic. He will always try to find a way to explain the lesson to you so you can understand it and execute the combination well. He is a true professional salsa instructor.

He specializes in salsa dancing with emphasis on leading and following techniques. He creates dancers! He strongly believes in having a good foundation in salsa dancing. Having proper foundation (correct arm tension, Cuban motion, etc) helps you to progress easily and able to dance with virtually anyone. TECHNIQUE rules. "Moves are easy to learn, How to execute them well is another story." John has been servicing the salsa community in Huntsville AL since 2007 and has brought Huntsville into the Salsa world. websites  http://www.alabamasalsa.com/ http://www.salseroblanko.net/

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  • Raj

    is this ok if I am completely new to dancing??Can I attend this workshop??please reply so that I can prepare and be there on time..

    1 · August 24, 2013

    • Charlotte Latin D.

      yes.

      August 24, 2013

    • Raj

      Thank you..Will see you there :)

      August 24, 2013

  • Sherika

    How much is it

    August 23, 2013

    • Charlotte Latin D.

      Hi Sherika: Each workshop is $15 and all 3 workshops are $35 if taken together. Pre-Registration & Payment required at www.charlottelatindance.­com

      August 23, 2013

    • Charlotte Latin D.

      The workshops are 1 - 2:15p; 2:15p - 3:30p; and 3:30p - 4:45p maybe one of the later ones will work better

      August 23, 2013

  • Douglas T.

    Attending with Annette Arbel she is signed up..

    August 23, 2013

  • Sherika

    I have a meeting so I won't be able to make it at 1.... When are you guys going to have It again

    August 23, 2013

  • Charlotte Latin D.

    If you have RSVP'd but not registered and paid online yet, please do so at www.charlottelatindance.com[masked]

    August 21, 2013

  • otto b.

    must be a lot of fun do I need to bring a guest I didn't think about that until now hmmmm! I guess so

    August 8, 2013

    • Charlotte Latin D.

      no, you will dance with everyone there. No Partner Required. Make sure you reserve your spot by registering and paying online at www.charlottelatindance.­com

      August 21, 2013

  • Nicki H.

    I really want to learn to salsa but I'm a little self conscious lol

    August 19, 2013

    • Charlotte Latin D.

      No need to be self-conscious. The studio is where you learn and it is a very encouraging friendly environment

      August 21, 2013

  • A former member
    A former member

    Love dancing

    August 17, 2013

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