Hello and welcome :) PLS RSVP YES IF COMING (at least for the first time :)) On Tuesday nights we have 3 Levels of Salsa classes at the same time : Beginners, Bridging and Intermediate. Beginners (Level 1) : You do not need to know anything about Salsa dancing. You will learn the basic steps and turns to get started and have fun while learning in a positive and happy environment. Start on any day. Learn the basics and then advance to Bridging once you are confident with the steps. Bridging (Level 2) : Students who join this class need to have already done a series of Beginner classes so they know their basic Salsa steps and turns. In this class you will improve your lead and follow and learn new turn patterns and technique that will to help you transition to the higher level. Intermediate (Level 3) : Students who join this class must already have progressed through a Bridging level (or equivalent) in Salsa. For this class you need to be a good leader or follower and already experienced in executing a variety of turn patterns. If you want to improve on styling, timing, and technique, this is the right class for you. You do not need to bring a partner to any of our classes as we rotate regularly in class, but you are welcome to bring friends. The more the merrier. Have fun while learning in a positive and happy environment. What to bring : A bottle of water or drink (cold, non alcoholic drinks also for sale) What to wear : Comfortable shoes and comfortable clothes. Start on any day. We have casual rates of $3 for Beginners. NEW Beginners FREE !!!!!! $5 - $7 for Bridging $6.50 - $10 for Intermediate. Various passes are available to make the higher level even cheaper. All passes are valid for 6 months and are valid for Bachata and Salsa. You choose when you would like to come. For further information call Jennifer on[hidden] or join our Facebook Group "Club 50/50 Latin Dance Classes Group" [hidden] OUR COMMITMENT and OUR AIM : Our MOTTO is DANCING FROM THE HEART where we promote a healthy life style through our love of Latin dancing. We know you will love our classes and our aim is to get normal every day people dancing. We believe that if you feel happy doing our classes and by being part of our Latin dance community, we have made a positive impact on your lives and well-being. What is Salsa? Salsa is a popular form of social dance that originated in New York with strong influences from Latin America, particularly Cuba and Puerto Rico. The movements of salsa have their origins in Cuban Son, Cha-cha-cha, Mambo and other dance forms, and the dance, along with salsa music, originated in the mid-1970s in New York. Salsa, like most music genres has gone through a lot of changes through the years and incorporated elements of Swing dancing and Hustle, as well as elements of Afro-Cuban and Afro-Caribbean dances such as Guaguanco and Pachanga. We teach L.A. style Salsa which is danced on 1, in a slot, with a measure of easiness and adaptability to it. The count is 1,2,3, 5,6,7 . L.A. style places strong emphasis on sensuousness, theatricality, aerobics and musicality. Join us and become a Club 50/50 Salsero or Salsera
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club5050.com.au How to find us: Turn left into the school driveway after the telephone box, then left again into the car park. Go through the gate at the end and walk along the covered walkway to the school hall. Call 0433971805 if you get lost.More Info
December 3 @ 6:30pm
where:East Brisbane State School Hall, 56 Wellington Road, East Brisbane, AU map
July 7 @
Paradizo Studios - Albion, 14 Gore St, Albion QLD 4010, Australia
You can join any level at the beginning of WEEK 1 (aka Beginning of the Block) This is the last week that you can join in the middle of a block for Level 1 1.5 ...
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