Who doesn’t love a good salsa? Be it a dip or the dance, Salsa is making quite a storm. Lose yourself in an hour of some fantastic music, sexy moves and tons of excitement with the Salsa cubana and Rueda dance class at GIC.
Tracing its origin from Cuba; Rueda de casino (round salsa dance) has become quite popular in the past few years. The lively music and rhythmic movements is what gives Salsa an edge above other contemporary dance forms. The dance form has evolved through the years of immigration from its roots, but is still one of the primary forms of entertainment for the Cuban culture.
Class Instructor – Salsa cubana and rueda at GIC is taught by Anne Marino Callies. She has been a salsa dancer since 2002 and has even given some stage performances.
Rules for the class – The class in divided into three essential parts, part one teaching some basic salsa moves, part two focusing on couple moves and finally part three teaches the rueda casino moves. The class welcomes everyone wishing to revise or learn new salsa moves.
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