Bridget helped us with our Grand Opening party and we’re waiting for her and her partner, Jay, to join us for classes.
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Who cares if you make a mistake while partner dancing? Laugh it off and try again. Nobody else cares so why should you? This doesn’t mean you shouldn’t try to dance well–just don’t have a breakdown if you mess up sometimes–it happens!
Dana has been our student since day one and she continues to learn Salsa and Bachata in both Group and Private lessons.
Jean-Guy was our photographer extraordinaire at our Grand Opening party in November. We love our photos!
The more you dance, the better you will dance. Practice, practice, practice. Go to dance socials, take dance classes, go to dance workshops–all this helps you improve faster.
Partner dancing is a social contract: You care about me and I care about you. This is the social part of the social experience of partner dancing.
Simone is from Brazil and is one of our dance instructors.
Partner dancing is all about laughing, smiling, and having fun. You know the saying, “Dance like nobody is watching?” Smile like everyone is watching!
Our two Swiss misses Katrin & Eveline. They danced with us while visiting Canada. We miss them and hope they will come back soon!
Core strength is the base of balance and body control, which is what dancing is all about. Your dance partner is not responsible for your balance–you are!
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Join us for FREE music & dancing on the beautiful Jim Deva Plaza in the heart of the West End (on Davie by the Rainbow Crosswalk at Bute). Sunday, December 3, 7 – 10 pm We’ll be under a big tent with lights & heaters so no worries about the weather • Wear light-up or […]