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Dance Anyone?

Post by aliciagloria » Fri, 23 May 2008 4:21 pm

Hi guys....

looking for dance kakis.....

Anyone keen to learn dancing but have never actually gone down to do it? Dont procrestinate furture.....as I'm getting down to master it too.

For those who likes to club but no confidence to hit the dance floor. this dance that I'm planning to learn is something new and u must definitely learn it!

Its called Club Dance Fusion. They will teach you techniques on body movement, steps etc...

$75 for 6 sessions at Claymore road, Orchard area.

For more information, do PM me.

Cheerios! :D

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Salsa class

Post by agnee88 » Sat, 24 May 2008 8:48 am

Hi,

Any salsa class ?

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Re: Salsa class

Post by Mr Q » Sat, 24 May 2008 11:44 am

agnee88 wrote:Any salsa class ?
Yes, on Fridays and Sundays
http://www.danceonus.com/media/Roster06B.doc

DANCE ON US
8 Claymore Hill, Claymore Point, #01-03/04
Phone: 6737 4466
Email: enquiries@DanceOnUs.com

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Post by Mr Q » Tue, 27 May 2008 9:23 am

It's not necessary to bring your own partner because in most social dance studios, including salsa studios, the usual practice is to change partners during the lessons.

The advantages of changing partners are:
* everyone gets to dance with different partners and adapt to the different quirks of each partner
* everyone has some weak points and if you dance with only 1 partner, your partner tend to "cover up" for your mistakes and you'll have the misconception that you're a "good" dancer. And when you dance with someone new, OOPS! he/she does not get what you're trying to do :roll:
* If you or your partner or both of you happen to be a lousy dancer(s), you won't be stuck with just each other throughout the whole dance course :P

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Post by nani_teratai » Tue, 03 Jun 2008 4:35 pm

hey.. im interested in the dance classes..

can you give me more feedback on this..

nani_teratai@hotmail.com

rgds,
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hmmm....

Post by mikicoco75 » Wed, 04 Jun 2008 5:12 pm

actually I interested to learn Hip-Hop....

but I dun know dance... :o
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Post by cherryblue » Thu, 05 Jun 2008 1:26 pm

perhaps we can form a group that practice regularly as a hobby :)
can rent studios on hourly basis, cheap when shared by group :P

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Post by aliciagloria » Sun, 08 Jun 2008 12:43 am

cherryblue wrote:perhaps we can form a group that practice regularly as a hobby :)
can rent studios on hourly basis, cheap when shared by group :P
Sounds Cool~ but we need to know how to dance b4 we can practice right?? hehe. and studio rental r not cheap too...we can practice at a club where its FREE...=p

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Post by soulkittenz » Tue, 10 Jun 2008 5:18 pm

for clubs, you can check out union square at amara hotel, they play latin music 6 nights a week :)

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any flamingo dance classes?

Post by anitaluv » Thu, 12 Jun 2008 7:34 pm

i am interested in learning flamingo dance..anyone knows where i can learn?

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Re: Dance Anyone?

Post by jijilia » Thu, 25 Dec 2008 9:57 pm

Hi Alicia

Have you tried the class and how is it? I want to learn to dance but am born with 2 left feet, do they start with the basic steps?
Can you tell me which school and contact number if possible..
Thanks
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aliciagloria wrote:Hi guys....

looking for dance kakis.....

Anyone keen to learn dancing but have never actually gone down to do it? Dont procrestinate furture.....as I'm getting down to master it too.

For those who likes to club but no confidence to hit the dance floor. this dance that I'm planning to learn is something new and u must definitely learn it!

Its called Club Dance Fusion. They will teach you techniques on body movement, steps etc...

$75 for 6 sessions at Claymore road, Orchard area.

For more information, do PM me.

Cheerios! :D

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Post by anitaluv » Fri, 26 Dec 2008 12:06 am

wat is 2 left feet i dont undrstand??? the school is called dance studiios..key in yahoo n you could find the site.i been busy this 2 to 3mths,never danced..wil resume in january..its real good the dance class.i love it

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Post by jijilia » Fri, 26 Dec 2008 1:40 pm

Hi Anita

Haha "2 left feet" is a description for people who can't coordinate their hand n feet dance moves, like me! Anyway i tried searching but cant find the site, there's is no school by the name of Dance Studiios. Any other contact details available?

Thanks a million!

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Post by melomane » Mon, 29 Dec 2008 6:02 pm

Hi jijilia,

the 'two left feet' are a dance group specialising in Salsa, just type in "two left feet" and salsa to find the website.

Cheers

Melo

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