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Salsa classes any1?!

Postby Qotb » Sun, 27 Jan 2013 10:07 pm

Any1 know a food place 2 go learn salsa/ Latin dancing in SG?!?! I took classes bak in cairo n went to nites, so wud like 2 go 2 some' similar here.... Appreciate ur help :)

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salsa!

Postby xiaoqiqi » Tue, 29 Jan 2013 12:44 am

hmm depends what type of salsa... generally classes taught here is is on 1 salsa... LA style...
you can go to union square at amara shopping centre (tangoing pager)
aquanova on sunday...
if is more of cubian style... what the europeans do.. is at cuba libre
both aquanova and cuba libre are at clarke quay...
hope this kinda help you.
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Postby Qotb » Tue, 29 Jan 2013 7:26 pm

Thnx man.. I'll try it out this Sunday n tell u ;0)

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Postby Euniq » Thu, 21 Mar 2013 9:32 am

hi qotb how did your salsa class go? I'm also looking for salsa lessons and stumbled here while doing some research online.

I have asked around and got a few of recommendations but would like to hear from people whom have experienced the classes

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Postby Qotb » Thu, 21 Mar 2013 10:21 pm

Hi Euniq,
I tried Dance En Motion, n they are quiet professional, n also have 2 social dancing nites a week.... Tell me if u care 2 come, u can check their web page for info.
Tell me if u've tried anythin else

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Postby Euniq » Fri, 22 Mar 2013 10:45 am

I haven't tried anything, still gathering a little info on which to go, my friend recommended a few and dance in motion was 1 of them, another in tanjong pagar area and 1 a salsa recommendation agency (quite interesting concept). after seeing a few places, I'm not sure if salsa is for me now. hahaha :shock: looks intimidating. Might drop the agency an email after I convince myself to salsa.

what's the difference between LA and cuban? is salsa generally very fast paced?

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Postby Qotb » Fri, 22 Mar 2013 10:23 pm

Salsa's fast paced majorly when ur watching ;0) when ur dancing ur just goin with the beats n "performing" moves I've practiced b4..... Once u do the beginners level ur Usually able 2 handle urself... I'd recommend u try out a free lesson or trial lesson n judge after that


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