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Social Ballroom & Latin classes - Singles

Social Ballroom & Latin classes - Singles

R 320

Social Latin and Ballroom dance lessons are a fantastic way to learn various dance styles, improve coordination, and have fun. Here's some information on what you can expect from these lessons:

Types of Dances: Social Latin dance typically includes popular dances like Salsa, Bachata, Merengue, and Cha-Cha. Ballroom dance encompasses a wider range of styles, including Waltz, Foxtrot, Tango, Viennese Waltz, Quickstep, and more.

Instructors: Experienced instructors usually lead these lessons. They have extensive experience and knowledge of the dances they teach. 

Class Structure: Classes typically begin with warm-up exercises to prepare your body for dancing. Then, instructors will teach specific dance steps, starting with basic moves and gradually progressing to more advanced combinations. Classes often include partner work, where you'll learn how to lead or follow, depending on your role.

Partnering: In social Latin and ballroom dance, partnering is crucial. You'll learn techniques for maintaining connection with your partner, leading or following effectively, and executing movements in sync.

Technique and Style: In addition to learning steps and routines, instructors will focus on technique and style. This includes proper posture, footwork, arm styling, and expression to help you dance gracefully and confidently.

Practice Sessions: Practice sessions or social dances are often organized where students can practice what they've learned in a relaxed, social setting. This is an excellent opportunity to refine your skills, meet other dancers, and enjoy the music.

Benefits: Beyond the enjoyment of dancing, social Latin and ballroom dance lessons offer numerous benefits. They improve physical fitness, coordination, balance, and posture. They also provide opportunities for social interaction and can boost confidence and self-esteem.

Attire: Dress comfortably in clothing that allows freedom of movement. For shoes, wear dance shoes if you have them, as they provide proper support and traction. If you don't have dance shoes, choose shoes with smooth, non-marking soles that won't grip the floor excessively.

Whether you're a beginner or looking to refine your skills, social Latin and ballroom dance lessons offer a fun and rewarding way to learn new dances and connect with others who share your passion for dance


R320 per person per month

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