Dsantos Dance UK now Rhythm & Vibes Dance
The majority of Europeans agree that social dancing is the most popular nightlife activity in London. In addition to that, if you bet on enjoying the astonishing movements of Afro-Latin rhythms, the connection between unknown people who have the same desire to learn dance, you keep in shape without realizing it and release endorphins that increase the state of well-being, then the joy and the passion are greater. Rhythm & Vibes Dance has this key to triumph with fun included, making this Latin and African dance academy the most popular for six years in this cosmopolitan city of the 21st century.This school recognized by the Arts Council of England in 2020 for its contribution to culture, each week (before the global pandemic) was like a festival with more than 4000 people participating in the events each year led by national and international professional instructors with years of experience that made the dance lessons unmatched.
Rhythm & Vibes Dance, formerly known as Dsantos Dance UK, is developing a program of Salsa, Bachata, Kizomba, and Semba that will be safe and entertaining for everyone, to respect the rules of social distancing due to the Covid 19 Pandemic. This program of activities will be being announced on its website SOON.
LATIN DANCE CLASSES AND PARTY IN RV DANCE
Rhythm & Vibes Dance Company (RV Dance) was established in 2015 by director and dancer Richard Voogt. “We strive to create a festive atmosphere at each event, celebrating great music and culture in the way we know it best … Through fun yet professional classes, we create a space that brings together an eclectic mix of people to speak and socialize easily. Whether people come simply to try something new or want to build a career in dance, we welcome everyone with the same passion and enthusiasm”. Richard Said.
At RV Dance they raise the profile of social dance by promoting health, development, community unity, and cultural awareness that go beyond the joys of dance.
With their professionally designed study plan, anyone will be saying goodbye to those “two left feet” in a short time. Salsa classes are open to people of all ages and abilities at three levels (beginners, intermediate, and advanced). Each lesson lasts one hour and immediately afterward the Latin party will begin, where you can enjoy practicing your new steps with good music.
But now, how do you identify at what level you can start? It is easy in this academy. Students in Level 1 (The most important and fun level) are beginners or those who have taken lessons for six months or less, which means they have attended less than 30 Salsa classes. At this level every week, they will work on the fundamental steps of this rhythm and the basic concepts of dance, in addition to complementing each week 10 additional, well-known, and fun movements as a couple. Also, the instructor will keep you alert weekly by making you dance freestyle with what you have learned.
Level 2 is for those who have danced for more than six consecutive months. At this level, the Salsa teachers will challenge you to put your movements of the genre in combinations; besides, they will present you with ten complex combos of work in a couple. Here, a lot of fun awaits you and you can last on this journey to the depth of Salsa for up to a year and a half approximately.
Finally, for the more advanced students is Level 3, for the lady and gentleman, who have mastered the techniques of Salsa and have taken one or more classes of this rhythm a week for more than two years. This level presents the most defiant combinations of this Afro-Caribbean genre, as well as the finer points of style and body movement.
Additionally, at RV Dance you can also have private, professional, and fun Salsa, Bachata, Cha Cha, Merengue, Kizomba, Semba, Kuduro & Afrohouse classes. Each lesson style provides the time and space necessary for the nationally and internationally recognized teacher to focus on the main aspects of dance technique, skill, or understanding in which a person wishes to excel.
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