Sat, Mar 14|
Rock'n'Bowl® de Lafayette
Salsa Sin Fronteras Dance Workshop and Social
Come dance with us and have fun with salsa!
Time & Location
Mar 14, 2020, 4:00 PM – 8:00 PM
Rock'n'Bowl® de Lafayette, 905 Jefferson St, Lafayette, LA 70501, USA
About the Event
The Salsa Sin Fronteras Dance Workshop is back in March and we are beyond excited to have two big surprises for you:
💥for the very first time, we offer you a salsa dance workshop and a SOCIAL right after so that you can enjoy the benefits of the classes and keep having fun with salsa.
💥Workshop and social will be held at the amazing @rocknbowllafayette in the ballroom (2nd floor)
As usual, the classes are going to be taught by the renowned and very talented Gilles from @salsarouge225 and @panda.salsa from @latinopulse.band .
Even if it is encouraged to attend the workshop before, the social is opened to everyone from 6 pm💃🔥🕺
👉🏻 4 pm – 5 pm - Level 1: learn or consolidate your fundamentals by reviewing basic salsa steps and partner work 👉🏻 5 pm – 6 pm - Level 2: extend your partner work practice and learn various combinations of turn patterns and footwork. Technique and styling will be also handled to challenge your dance knowledge and enhance your skills as a dancer
You can attend only one of the workshops or both. Though the workshop will teach partner dance, you do not need to attend with a partner! Wear comfortable clothes and shoes with backs and soles that can pivot and slide. Dance shoes are suggested.
👉🏻 $10/hour and a $5 discount if you take both, so $15 for 2 hours (cash, Venmo, Paypal or check). Sign in and pay at front desk. Please show up 10 minutes before the class for registration.
✨Social is FREE and opened to everyone from 6 pm to 8 pm✨
A bit of history...Did you know that "salsa” means sauce? The term « salsa » was used for the first time in the 60s in New York and represented a blend of Afro Cuban rhythms and music styles such as son, guaguanco, mambo… But did you know that “salsa” is also a popular form of social dance? As the music genre, it has the same Afro Cuban roots and comes from folk dances like son, cha cha cha, mambo, rumba, danzon. The dance, along with the music, saw major development in the mid-70’s in New York during its golden age.
Help us grow our salsa community in Lafayette and join us on March 14th for a lot of fun !!!🔥Salsa Sin Fronteras 🔥