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New Ladies Only Styling and Technique Class!!

 
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Sharon



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PostPosted: Fri Apr 29, 2011 10:55 am    Post subject: New Ladies Only Styling and Technique Class!! Reply with quote

Ladies Styling and Technique for Salsa and Tango Dancers
with Tracie Yee
Starting May 13th 7pm for 7 weeks at $90 plus HST at Empress

Searching for a different way to improve your Salsa dancing? Ask any experienced dancer and they will tell you that learning the fundamental techniques of another dance form helps improve your skills as a dancer overall. In this class Tracie will lead you through technique exercises used by Argentine Tango dancers to develop their centre, poise, isolations and body awareness and show you how to apply those fundamentals to your salsa dancing. Also learn how to add sexy Tango leg styling within the structures of your on-1 salsa footwork. This class is also suitable for Argentine Tango dancers wishing to develop their Tango fundamental techniques of posture, balance, disassociation and execution. For dancers who have completed Level 2 salsa or higher. Also suitable for dancers who have just completed Level 1 or 2 Argentine Tango.
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