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Stretching

Stretching keeps the muscles flexible, strong, and healthy, and we need that flexibility to maintain a range of motion in the joints. Without it, the muscles shorten and become tight. Then, when you call on the muscles for activity, they are weak and unable to extend all the way. That puts you at risk for joint pain, strains, and muscle damage.

Regular stretching keeps muscles long, lean, and flexible, Healthy muscles also help a person with balance problems to avoid falls.

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Dancehall

Dancehall came out of Jamaican dance halls in the 1970s. Often enjoyed by inner-city Jamaicans, and not welcome in posher dance clubs, Dancehall was driven by a disenfranchised youth culture. Dancehall is therefore characterized as a dance that is high on attitude as much as it is on energy and dance moves.

Why do we teach Dancehall? Dancehall is an important dance for all commercial dancers to learn. Not only does it embrace Jamaican culture and music, it’s a free and flowing form of expressive dancing that can really bring a production to life.

Dancehall moves are fluid and natural, often swaying in an easy-going fashion to the beat.

Reggaeton

Reggaeton is a type of late 1990s dance that began in Puerto Rico. It’s strongly influenced by Latin American, Caribbean, and hip hop music, and this fun, sexy, free-spirited style of dance is popular in nightclubs. To start dancing reggaeton, learn moves like shoulder pops, body waves, and lower body isolations.
 

Salsa

Salsa is a dance that was created fairly recently with a mixture of many different styles and musical techniques that all came together in Cuba, land that was home of the many Latin dances and music styles. After achieving popularity in Cuba, visiting musicians from the United States soon became intoxicated with this music and dance style, carrying it back to the States where they kick-started the popular age of Latin music domination that never stopped.

Samba

Samba is a dance rich in history, and one that is known for the joy it expresses. The traditional Brazilian Samba is a national favorite each year at Rio’s Carnival Celebration. Both men and women, each known as a Sambista, present the rhythmic celebratory dance throughout the city during the festivities. The Ballroom Samba varies greatly from many of the styles, but does maintain some of the Brazilian Samba characteristics. Ballroom Samba is recognized as one of five International Style of Latin Dancing partner dances. The Samba as seen today developed in Rio near the close of the 19th century. In 1917, Samba was beginning to be viewed as a dance style in its own right. The year of 1930 saw it become an accepted form of ballroom dance — Ballroom Samba has made a lasting impact on partner dancing throughout the world.

Zumba

Zumba is a form of aerobic dance exercise similar to Jazzercise; its distinctive characteristic is its use of Latin American music and dance rhythms to create a party-like atmosphere in class sessions. There are two versions about the origin of the program’s name: one version states that Zumba comes from a Colombian slang word meaning “to buzz like a bee” or “fast-moving” ; the second version is that it was chosen arbitrarily as a brand name with a Latin American flavor.

Flamenco

To point out the stomping feet and fiery passion is merely brushing the surface of flamenco dance. Flamenco dance, as one-third of the quintessential Spanish phenomenon of flamenco, has an extensive historical background that parallels the cultural development of Spain itself.

Hailing from southern Spain’s outcast populations, flamenco dance and music drew early influences from Greek and Roman and later from Indian, Moorish, and Jewish cultures. With the arrival of the Moorish and Jewish populations to the Iberian peninsula centuries ago, Andalusia’s already thriving music and dance inadvertently began extracting characteristics from the newly-arrived populations. The flamenco dance and music that we see today are the dazzling results of centuries of absorbing and flawlessly sewing together elements of this myriad of diverse cultures.

Cha cha cha

Originally known as Cha-Cha-Cha, the name of this flirtatious and upbeat partner dance has been shortened a little over the years to simply Cha-Cha. This particular dance style was developed originally in Cuba, and then picked up by dancers visiting Havana from all over the world. The dance’s fun, flamboyant and quick nature made it appealing then, and certainly adds to its appeal now. The more authentic Cuban style is very sensual, somewhat teasing and a bit contagious. Not only is the Cha-Cha still danced across the globe and is one of the International Style of Latin Dancing partner dances, the musical genre can be heard sung by incredibly popular musical artists even today.

Pre Dance kids

Our fun and imaginative Preschool classes are for children aged 4 to 7 and are designed to give children the very best early experience of a dance class.

Bachata

The Bachata is a playful Latin dance that is typically danced at Salsa and Merengue dance clubs. This style is danced with soft hip motions, turns and side-to-side footwork. The music of Bachata is very recognizable for its predominant use of the electric guitar combined with Caribbean and Latin musical influences.

Jive

Jive is a dance of African American origin that appeared in the USA in the early 1940s. Jive is a type of swing with fast and free movements. Modern jive is very different from swing in style, although it often uses the same shapes and movements. Jive dance is performed at ballroom dancing competitions. Of the five dances of the Latin American program, the jive is always the last and is the apotheosis of the competitive program. This dance is very fast and sparkling. Thus, it allows couples not only to demonstrate technical skills, but also to show their physical fitness.

Rumba

Rumba, one of the five international Latin dances, is a sultry story in motion. This particular Latin dance is widely acknowledged as the most sensuous. Rumba has humble beginnings. As with many others, at least some of Rumba’s roots can be traced back to African tribal dances. However, it is in the nation of Cuba where it became the Rumba that is still so popular today. It is commonly referred to as the grandfather of Latin dance. Rumba hit the United States during the 1920’s, and laid the groundwork for all Latin dances thereafter.

Paso doble

Paso Doble (Spanish for “two steps”) is a Spanish dance imitating a bullfight. Paso doble was one of the many Spanish folk dances associated with various aspects of Spanish life. The partner represents the torero, and the partner – his cloak (muleta), sometimes – the second torero, and very rarely – the bull, as a rule, defeated by the final blow. The nature of the music corresponds to the procession in front of the bullfight. The dance was first performed in France in 1920, became popular in Parisian high society in the 1930s, therefore many steps and figures have French names. After the Second World War, Paso Doble was included in the Latin-American program of sports ballroom dancing.

Commercial Latin

Commercial Latin put together the best of Latin American music like Reggaetón, Salsaton, Latin Pop, Latin Urban, dembow and more.

We work on this style with fun and high energy choreography for dancers at all levels.

The classes are aimed for those who have passion for dance and want to express themselves and learn with no judgement, no matter your ability or level.

Mix Latin Adult

Mix Latin adult is a classes that is been studied to discover all the style of Latin dances in just one class.

You will learn the basic steps of all Latin American dances:

Salsa, cha cha cha, rumba, samba, bachata, jive, merengue, tango, mambo.

Fun, freedom, energy is what you will find in this class.

Heels

High heels often called Stiletto dance is a dance genre that had growing popularity in the United States, Europe and globally from the late twentieth-century and early twenty-first century. The style can be distinguished by one factor and that is that the dance is named after style of shoes that women often wear. During a heels class, the dancers will first and foremost learn the correct way on how to walk in heels. They learn different types of moments and techniques in which the body can use during the dance, fun fact about high heels is that you can incorporate many of the techniques in different genres of dance such as jazz, gogo dancing, Latin and ballroom, hiphop, burlesque etc.

In this class you focus mainly on the basic aspects of heels dance such as walking, different types of stretch techniques to improve your flexibility and explore the many ways you can move your body, improvisation, floorwork is also introduced. In the class the songs are often slow or a bit upbeat but not to fast you you can take the time to learn and get comfortable with what you are doing.

Twerk

The twerking concept is not new. The reality of the matter is that this provocative dance was present in the black culture across the globe. Media is only playing catch up at this point. There are very many renditions of twerking, but the constant factor about it is its provocative and sexualizing characteristic. This dance is not exclusive to a particular sex. Twerking is a form of sexy dance that involves hip thrusting and squatting. Some people refer to it as shaking the booty. Below is a brief look at this dance style with the aim of shedding some light to its origin and the factors surrounding it.

Modern Dance

Modern dance is a creative type of dance that is contemporary in form and uses abstract movements to portray ideas, feelings, and emotions.

Wedding Dance

Make memorable your special Day. 
You choose your song we design the rest !! 
Nothing is more special of mark our life with memorable moments, this is your time, contact us today to have more information regarding your wedding dance. 

Ballroom Latin Junior

With the ballroom Latin junior the kids will start to learn all the basics and techniques of the main 5 dances: cha cha, Samba , rumba, paso Doble, jive. This dances will give, discipline, posture, attitude, education, respect and relationship between male and female figure, strength and a lot fun. 

Ballroom Latin Teen

With ballroom Latin teen they will start to learn all the basics of the main 5 dances: cha cha, Samba, rumba, paso Doble, jive. The dances will give a lot fun and they will learn the respect to a relationships between male and female figure, the gonna improve their posture, their attitudes towards the work and they will improve their strength and their confidence in themselves. 

Commercial Latin Teen

Commercial Latin put together the best of Latin American music like Reggaetón, Salsaton, Latin Pop, Latin Urban, dembow and more.
We work on this style with fun and high energy choreography for dancers at all levels. The classes are aimed for those who have passion for dance and want to express themselves and learn with no judgement, no matter your ability or level.

Modern Teen

Modern dance is a creative type of dance that is contemporary in form and uses abstract movements to portray ideas, feelings, and emotions. Modern dance, is for kids that want to improve their fitness level, balance and coordination. Our classes are full of energy, promoting a positive attitude that will encourage students to explore the freedom of creativity as well as making new friends.

Modern Kids

(7 to 11 years old)

Modern dance is a creative type of dance that is contemporary in form and uses abstract movements to portray ideas, feelings, and emotions. Modern dance, is for kids that want to improve their fitness level, balance and coordination. Our classes are full of energy, promoting a positive attitude that will encourage students to explore the freedom of creativity as well as making new friends

The art of Dance Lift

You will discover the emotions and techniques to fly away with the music and dance  through lift between partner. The class is open also to solo students that want to approach to this beautiful art. 

Fitness, stamina, strength, mobility, attitude, emotions are all things that you will find in this class. 

Hip Hop

Hip Hop Dance is a style of movement characterized by bounces and rocks, executed to Hip Hop music. It has deep historical and social roots in African American culture, having emerged in Black communities living in 1970s New York. While frequently referred to as a singular dance style, Hip Hop dance is part of a whole culture of Hip Hop, that includes Deejaying, Graffiti, Emceeing, and Breaking.