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I am Jessica, dancer and dance instructor. I am originally from New York and have been living in various places in Spain for three years. I offer private Latin dance classes (merengue, bachata, salsa, chachachá), salsa on 2 (new york style) and feminine style. My dance training was in Cuba, New York and Miami. In New York and Miami, I have been part of dance companies, giving shows and workshops at various events, on television and in other cities. In my classes I love to share my knowledge of the history of music and dance, the musicality and technique of dance. I have almost ten years of experience and I would love to share my love for dancing with you. I offer these classes to couples, individuals, and small groups. Write to me with your experience level, your goals for the classes and we talk about what we can achieve together!
Dancing has always been my passion, I have realized that it is the best way to exercise and improve mood. I have been dancing for more than 10 years in a professional way. Classes can be from beginner level, to improve technique or assemblies for special events. For couples dances I have experience teaching both for the guide and the one who lets go. What do we do during class? Classes are usually one hour long, a first part of warm-up (which I also take advantage of to teach or reinforce "useful" movements, strengthen and do a little cardio), a second part of practical exercises (depending on the rhythm can be turns, figures , choreography) and a third of stretches (which are always necessary). * If it is for a special assembly it depends on what you need, however I prefer that in this case the classes last more than an hour to be able to secure and retain the choreography.
Bachata · Salsa dance · Ballroom dance
Trusted teacher: Cuban Salsa is one of the greatest dances in the world (in my opinion). It's fun, it's creative and can be mixed with other styles and in various ways. You can dance alone and develop your personal style, in a couple and in a circle (called "rueda"). This class would give you the basics of the Cuban style, which are different from other types of Salsa dances. I put much emphasis on basic steps and movement because my experience taught me that a strong foundation of the basics is a key to advance and feel comfortable while dancing. How to follow and lead are important things to learn in this style (if you with to dance with someone else), and when learned thoroughly can help to develop in other styles as well.
Salsa dance · Dance