Toronto Bachata Lessons

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How to Learn Bachata

Bachata Lessons at Toronto Dance Salsa

Currently available Bachata classes


Bachata Level 2 (Modern)
Level 2 - Saturday - 5:00PM - 6:30PM - starting 03 February 2018 - 80% Sold Out! Brand new class. 1.5hrs x 6wks

Bachata Level 1 (4wks)
Level 1 - Saturday - 6:30PM-8:30PM - starting 17 February 2018 - Brand New Class! 2hrs x 4wks

Bachata Level 1 (4wks)
Level 1 - Sunday - 12:00PM - 2:00PM - starting 11 March 2018 - Brand New Class! 2hrs x 4wks

Bachata Level 3B (6wks)
Level 3, 4, 5 - Saturday - 5:00PM - 6:30PM - starting 07 April 2018 - Brand New Class! 1.5hrs x 6wks

Bachata Level 1
Level 1 - Wednesday - 7:00PM - 8:00PM - starting 14 March 2018 - Brand New Class! 1hr x 9wks

Bachata Level 4 (new curriculum)
Level 3, 4, 5 - Wednesday - 8:00PM - 9:00PM - starting 14 March 2018 - Brand New Class! 1hr x 9wks

Bachata Level 2
Level 2 - Wednesday - 9:00PM - 10:00PM - starting 14 March 2018 - Brand New Class! 1hr x 9wks


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If you're trying to learn Bachata in Toronto (or other areas), then you might want to

continue reading this article…


In here, we'll be delving into the various aspects of this beautiful dance, as well as the steps

to take to make things more efficient for you.


So, are you ready to learn Bachata and be the dancer that you've always wanted to be?


In that case, let's start:


Listen to the Music (Follow the Beat)


Music is one of the biggest parts of Bachata.


Bachata music has a distinct and unique sound that separates it from other dances. And if

you want to do this dance effectively—you should try to follow its beat. Accordingly, you can

use that beat to stay in sync with your partner and to do the proper moves.


Familiarize yourself with Bachata music. The more you are able to understand and "feel" the

sound—the more effective you'll be at dancing Bachata. Fortunately, there are various ways

to get hold of Bachata music (in fact, you can even browse for it online). Take the time to

listen to them. It will help you out.


Use the Right Clothes


To learn Bachata in Toronto, Ontario or other locations, you need to wear the right

dancing clothes. You can opt for pants, stretchy skirts, shorts or any other pieces of clothing

that will allow you to feel comfortable while you move.


Remember: Bachata usually requires partners to dance close with each other. As it is, you

should wear clothing that will actually allow that. So, it might be a good idea if you avoided

tight skirts (and clothing). However, you might want to consider wearing fitted tops, to

prevent your clothes from flying around while you dance.


Choose the Right Partner


Bachata, first and foremost, is a sensual dance. As it is, you must be able to choose a

partner that you'll feel comfortable with. This will help you from feeling awkward while

dancing, which may ultimately affect how quickly you'll learn the dance.


If possible, make your spouse or loved one your partner during your Bachata lessons. This

can be quite an excellent way of connecting with him or her, and it's certainly a whole lot of

fun as well.


Don't Be Afraid to Be Sexy


Again, remember: Bachata is a sexy dance. Hence, you shouldn't be afraid of feeling sexy

while dancing the night away.


Feel the music. Connect with your partner while you dance. Bachata music makes use of

romantic lyrics and beats—and you must try to understand its message. Accordingly, you

can use this to your advantage—and just let go of your inhibitions.


Note: being "sexy" is a state of mind. Don't force yourself to do awkward movements, if you

don't feel comfortable with it. Again, the key here is to "feel" the music—and everything will

just follow.


If you want to learn Bachata in Toronto or other locations, you need to pick the right

teachers to help you out. Get those who are known for their reputability and expertise. This

will ensure that you get the benefits of this dance and all its advantages.


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