Come learn from Montreal-based Canadian salsa, bachata and hustle champion
Victor Alexis starting January 12th, 2022 at Bronson Centre.
CLASS SCHEDULE (6 weeks):
6 PM – Beginner Salsa and Bachata
— Essential salsa on 1 and bachata steps
7 PM – Intermediate Bachata
— Sensual, urban and Dominican bachata moves including body rolls and styling
8 PM – Intermediate Salsa
— New York style salsa on 1 including turns and styling
7 PM – Advanced Bachata
— Burn the social dancing floor with musicality, complex combos and impressive
8 PM – Advanced Salsa
— Elevate your social dancing with crazy combos, spins and styling on 1 & on
9 PM – Men’s team salsa project
— Men’s team choreography project focusing on body motions and shines on 2
HOW TO REGISTER:
Early bird registration fees are offered at $ 110.00 per participant per level for the full 6 weeks of classes until December 29th 2021. Regular registration fees will be $130.00 per participant per level for the full 6 weeks of classes from December 23rd, 2021 to January 12th, 2022.
Registration is paid through e-transfers only at firstname.lastname@example.org
Only 10 leads and 10 followers will be accepted per group. Rotation is permitted for dancers without partners. For any further information or questions, please call 514-214-6177 or email email@example.com
No refund will be issued in the event either party cancels the classes or a new lockdown order is issued. The value that has been paid will be redeemable through private classes.
Join us for team classes every Friday at Bronson Centre starting January 14th, 2022 (in Room 221).
Team salsa body motion and shines on2
Team salsa on 2
Teams can register for 120$ each per month
RSVP to Victoralexis.firstname.lastname@example.org
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Ontario Trillium Fund under the Youth Opportunities Fund project stream. The
program is designed to serve black female youth (ages 15-25 years) in the
Ottawa region, who are experiencing poverty, trauma, mental illness, low
self-esteem and varying degrees of unemployment.”
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