Due to a high demand of requests, I am opening registration for my One-Month Fall Beginners Series for Level 1. This is series is for anyone who has never danced Cuban salsa before. If this describes you, then this class is for you.
If you want to learn rueda de casino before this series starts and learn the basics, it is highly encouraged to take the beginner's 3-day bootcamp intensive at the 1st San Diego Cuban Dance Congress Oct 13-16. Click here for more details. This is taught by the best instructors around the country and local area. That 2-day intensive is $150 before Oct 1st; $175 on Oct 1st and after.
Or, you can take Maritza's class after the congress is over.
"Level 1: Never danced at all, brand new to the Cuban style dances, 2 left-feet;don't know how to find the beat, Salsa on-1(LA style, Mambo) dancers wanting to try casino/rueda de casino for the first time or you took one rueda class; did it one time but forgot it all "
Google Registration Form and then pay cash on the first day of the class. Registrations accepted until the day before the class starts.
MEETING Dates: Starts Tuesdays Oct 18, 2016
COST: $40.00 for the whole series. Do not miss a class, there is no make up class. The purpose of a closed series is to raise the level of casino rueda dance knowledge to the next level. There are 3 levels of Beginner level. This is LEVEL 1. To read more about Maritza's curriculum, click this link.
Meeting Tuesdays 6:30pm-8:30pm for instruction AND....
Fridays for open rueda practice outdoors 6-8pm is an integrated
(one hour for beginners 6-7pm; 7-8pm for Intermediates)
LOCATION: 1717 S. Iris Lane, Escondido, CA 92081; turn left.
This is a private dance studio in Doug Simon's property. The studio is a yellow-painted separate garage-turned-dance-studio. There will be an A-frame sign that says: Rueda De Casino a.k.a. Cuban Salsa class at the entrance of their drive way. Go past the first house on the left side. Look for the "BLUE reflector lights" off of Iris Lane. Plenty of parking nearest the house.
WHAT TO BRING: Water bottle, small towel, comfortable sneakers or suede-bottom dance shoes.
STILL HAVE QUESTIONS? Contact Maritza directly: firstname.lastname@example.org or Phone: 206-300-4523