6 hour Salsa Crash course for beginners

6 hour Salsa Crash course for beginners

 

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6 hour crash course in Salsa!

The session is taught by KV. KV has danced continuously for last 7 years in the US, the UK and India. He learned all these dance forms while he lived all these years in the US. He has traveled to more than 40 dance exchanges, 90+ dance scenes in the US and the UK and must have danced with over 9000 people in last 7 years in these countries.

This is an opportunity to learn directly from him.

SESSION PLAN

DIVIDED INTO TWO PARTS

PART 1
12.00 pm to 1 pm - Basic footwork, connection, posture, balance
1 pm to 1.30 pm - Different turns and spins in Salsa

1.30 pm - 2.30 pm - LUNCH BREAK (STUDIO WILL BE CLOSED)

PART 2
2.30 pm - 3.30 pm More complicated turns in Salsa
3.30 pm - 4.30 pm Different dips in Salsa
4.30 pm - 5:00 pm Fancy moves in Salsa
5:00 pm - 5.15 pm Short refreshment BREAK
5.15 pm - 5:45 pm Simple tricks
5:45 pm - 6.30 pm Social dance

YOU DO NOT NEED TO BRING A PARTNER ALONG! We always rotate partners so you get to dance with different people

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1) What to wear?
Ans: Comfortable clothing. Do not wear extremely tight or extremely loose clothing.

2) Do I need to bring separate shoes for dancing?
Ans: As a general rule of thumb, dancers all over the world carry a separate pair of dance shoes which they wear on the dance floor. For this session, girls may wear dance shoes that have tiny to medium heels and guys may wear shoes which may or may not have any heels. Girls and guys both should avoid wearing shoes which are sticky (rubber soles) on the dance floor. Soles should be slick(smooth). You do not need to buy new shoes for the session, just bring the best you can. But as an etiquette do not use outdoor shoes on the dance floor(this avoids rain and dirt on the dance floor and accidental slips and falls)

3) What to bring?
Ans: Please bring an extra pair of t-shirt or tops/dresses to change if you get sweaty during the session. Bring 2 -3 litres of water with you to drink (there is no water in the studio). There are food joints close to the venue to arrange for lunch, but you may plan to bring something along if you wish to.

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