Group Class for Beginners (Waltz + Bachata)


It's a perfect Group Class for Beginners who want to learn Waltz & Bachata! We'll make sure you know both dances.

The romantic Waltz - is one of the most popular Ballroom dances of all time. Considered by some as the "mother of present day dances" and the "backbone dance" of the Ballroom, the Waltz is the basis for many dances.
The term "Waltz" originates from the old German word "walzen" which means to roll, turn, or to glide. Essentially this dance is all about gliding in a lively or conspicuous manner.
It is a smooth dance that travels around the line of dance, characterized by its "rise and fall" action. The Waltz is danced to soothing, dream-like music that has a unique 3/4 time signature with an accent on the first beat of every measure. As functional as it is lovely, Waltz is the perfect dance to improve strength and softness in your movement. The Waltz will teach the dancer the importance of maintaining posture, balance and timing - thus achieving the graceful, sweeping movements that make this dance such a stylish and regal one.

The sexy Bachata - is a style of Social Dance from the Dominican Republic, which is now danced all over the world.
Unlike Salsa, Bachata does not usually include many turn patters. The basic of Bachata consists of three steps and then a tap step. Some dancers accompany the tap with an exaggerated "pop” of the hips. This is a quite simple dance to learn, making it a fun dance for beginners. You’ll definitely enjoy Bachata!

No prior dance experience necessary. No partner required.
Both singles and couples are welcome to attend. We rotate partners throughout the class to give everyone the opportunity to dance with different partners and make new friends.

1 class - $15 per person (drop in)
Monthly Package (used within 4 weeks) - $55 per person

PLEASE READ: This Group Class is a part of 8-week program.
Please check our calendar to make sure you are not joining in the middle of the program:
Cut off week for joining the class is week #3 from the start.

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