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Therefore, we surround ourselves with highly trained professional staff who have a wealth of knowledge and skills. We provide you with the tools to get it right from the beginning.
L.A. Style SalsaSalsa is a popular form of social dance originating from Cuban folk dances. In other words, the movements of Salsa are a combination of the Afro-Cuban dances. Similarly, cha-cha-cha, Mambo, Rumba, and the Danzón. The dance, along with salsa music, saw major development in the mid-1970s in New York. In addition, different regions of Latin America and the United States have distinct salsa styles.
Cuban SalsaIn Cuba, a popular dance known as Casino was marketed abroad as Cuban style salsa. Therefore, to distinguish it from other salsa styles when the name was popularized in the 1970s. Above all, many Cubans consider casino a part of their cultural activities centering on their popular music.
Salsa or BeginnersTaught by Baila Malta this beginner level class is designed to provide a comprehensive introduction to the dance. Therefore, each class will start with exercises to get you moving comfortably to Latin rhythms. In addition, students will also learn the history and culture of salsa music and dance.
RuedaLearn the fun and interactive social dance of Rueda de Casino (group), Cuban Salsa. This new course will focus on fundamentals, musicality, leading, following, and of course fun.
Cha Cha ChaThe cha-cha-cha, is a dance of Cuban origin. This rhythm was developed from the danzón-mambo. In addition, the name of the dance is derived from the shuffling sound of the dancers’ feet. Therefore, when they dance the three consecutive quick steps that characterize the dance.
MamboMambo is a Latin dance of Cuba which was developed in the 1940s. Similarly, the music genre of the same name became popular throughout Latin America. For instance, in the United States, it replaced rhumba as the most fashionable Latin dance.
Bachata ImproverMore intricate steps, different hand positions, and specific turns are the focus in partner-work. Similarly, the students rotate to dance with each other. Emphasis is placed on hip-movement and smooth body movements and transitions. Therefore, characterise this dance as the most romantic of the various Latin styles.
Lady StyleWe provide you with the tools to get it right from the beginning. Classes are designed to help you work on your technique as follows, styling and posture. In addition, interpretation of the music, connection with the movements, and much more!
Baila KidsDuring our weekly lessons, kids are going to discover latin dances and rhythms. Our lessons help children learn through playing, thanks to our amazing teacher Happy Billy. Similarly, it is a place where they can have fun together and make unforgettable memories.
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