Latin Groove is energetic, fun and exhilarating group dance/fitness class.

Its core purpose is to put you in the calorie burning zone of movement without realizing that you are working out.

To achieve that professional dance instructor uses easy to follow steps drawn from popular Latin dances like: Samba, Merengue, Cha-cha, and Salsa.

This class mixes Latin moves and music with funky, multi-impact, semi-choreographed dance routines.

During one session only one kind of dance is presented, however we never dance to the same song twice, participants learn to adapt their moves to different tunes and tempos, while following verbal and nonverbal cues.

After a while of dancing you will notice your heart rate going up, and your dance skills getting better. This format of a group class is a very effective way of teaching simple Ballroom patterns.

The content of this class is based on core Ballroom and Latin dance syllabus, with the exception of “LEAD AND FOLLOW” – technique taught during regular Ballroom classes.

Steps used in Latin groove can be applied in partner, social and competitive Ballroom dancing.

What to wear?

It is highly recommended to wear dance sneakers.

Participants with a lot of dance experience can wear ballroom dance shoes with suede soles.

Who can attend? 

Beginners are welcomed;

Advanced dancers will still find it challenging.

What’s next?

Latin Groove MAX – Incorporates all of the above while adding more focus on technique and introducing much more complicated dance routines.

Latin Groove MAX is an advanced energetic, fun and exhilarating group dance/fitness class.

It’s designed with two equally important goals in mind:

  1. Improving of dance skills through focus on proper Latin technique, musicality, understanding choreography.
  2. Getting a high intensity aerobic workout, preparing for performance, building dance stamina.

To achieve that professional Ballroom instructor, Greg Kasprzak teaches steps and choreographies currently used by DanceSport enthusiast and competitors around the world.

Main focus is put towards modern competitive dances like: Cha-cha, Samba, Rumba, Paso Doble, Jive, Salsa, and Mambo.

During one session only one kind of dance is presented, however we never dance to the same song twice, participants learn to adapt their moves to different tunes and tempos, while following verbal and nonverbal cues.

The content of this class is based on core Ballroom and Latin dance syllabus, with the exception of “LEAD AND FOLLOW” – technique taught during regular Ballroom classes.

Steps used in Latin groove can be applied in partner, social and competitive Ballroom dancing.

Taking the class requires commitment and consistency, beginning of calendar month is the beginning of a new choreography and dance, each consecutive session progresses adding on more steps and improving previously taught technique.

What to wear?

It is highly recommended to wear dance sneakers.

Participants with a lot of dance experience can wear ballroom dance shoes with suede soles.

Who can attend? 

Some dance experience is necessary to attend this class. Basic steps and timing will be taught during regular Latin Groove classes.

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