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  Whether you are a just starting to learn salsa dancing or have had dance lessons before, our¬†classes will cater to your level and help you become a better dancer. You will learn elements that you can use right away in a social dance setting as well as more advanced patterns and combinations. Instructor: Stacy Coil Michael’s Goody Boy Diner 1144 N High St Columbus, OH 43201       Day Fridays Time 8-10pm...

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Partners bend their knees slightly left and right, thus making left and right. The hips of the leader and follower move in the same direction throughout the song. Partners may walk sideways or circle each other, in small steps. View How to Do the Styled Side-Together Step on...

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The basic pattern involves the lead (usually the man) taking a checked forward step with the left foot on the right foot, the knee of the right leg must stay straight and close to the back of the left knee, the left leg having straightened just prior to receiving part weight. This step is taken on the second beat of the bar. View What Is Bachata? on...

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The style developed in Europe and US (Traditional, Modern, Bachatango) is a basic dance sequence of a full 8 count in a side-to-side motion. The Dominican style basic dance sequence is a full 8 count moving within a square. Counts 1 through 3 and 5 through 7, when taken, generate a natural hip motion.   View What Is Bachata? on...

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Salsa dancing originated in New York in the mid-1970s. It evolved from earlier dance forms such as Son, Son Montuno, Cuban Cha cha cha and Cuban Mambo which were popular in Cuba and other parts of Latin America at the time. Salsa, like most music genres has gone through a lot of changes through the years and incorporated elements of Swing dancingand Hustle, as well as elements of Afro-Cuban and Afro-Caribbean dances such as Guaguanco...

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