Latin dance school Montreal teaches ballroom & Latin dance Also. The dance school Montreal provides classes in international & social dancing, private lessons, courses & workshop to learn Salsa dancing Montreal, cours de Zumba Montreal on Latin music. Montreal ballroom dance school has the best dance teachers "instructors". The dance school teaches cardio fitness Zumba fitness also. École de danse Latine Montréal teaches samba Rumba meringue & cha cha cha dancing. The Latin dance school Montreal teaches ballroom dancing, danse de salon, Latin dance.

Free trial dance lesson:  "cours d'essai gratuit"    

 

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Wedding first dance . Workshop . Jive / Swing . Dance History Channel  

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Free trial dance lesson: Obtain One free trial dance lesson before attending the regular dance classes.

 

You don't need a dance partner "dancepartner" "Partenaire de danse " to join us. You can join us with or without dance partner.

 

You don't have to promise or sign anything, the first lesson is free.

Learn to dance before going out to Latin club to danse in Montreal or to your favorite parties.

The dance classes in Montreal  are for all ages, no limit.

 

 

 

Ballroom Latin Dance School Montreal Dance Academy

Ballroom Latin dance school teaches salsa, cha-cha & samba in international & social dancing styling.

The dance studio Montreal provides dance lessons & dance classes by professional dance instructors.
 The dance studio Montreal provides private dance lessons & group dance classes.

 

 

Dance With The Stars' Academy:

The Latin dance Montreal school teaches international & social dancing. The ballroom dancing in Montreal is guide by professional dance instructors.

 

In Standard Dance, the dance school Montreal teaches the following:

 

* Slow Waltz or English Waltz

* Valse Viennoise, Viennese Waltz

* Ballroom Tango, it is different from argentine Tango

* Le tango est bien une danse standard et non pas une danse Latine

* Quick-steps

* Slow-fox

 

 

"Zumba Montreal Zumba forever"

 

The dance classes Montreal provide ballroom dancing, Latin dance, Salsa & Zumba cardio fitness.
 

Zumba school Montreal serves dancers better. Zumba Montreal cardio fitness workout improves blood circulation and for great look & healthy body. Loose weight and burn calories during the party having fun and dancing on Latin music. Zumba cardio fitness workout is guided by certified & qualified Zumba instructors "Zumba dance teachers". Zumba school Montreal serves dancers better. Contact us now.

 

 

Note: Montreal ballroom Latin dance school teaches Argentinean "Argentinian" Tango from Argentina Argentine, Tango argentin, Argentine tango. Cours de tango argentin à Montréal, escuela de tango argentino, argentina,

'baila' baile español en Montreal, esceulas de bailes español, esceula de danza, esceulas de bailes Latinos danza Espana Espanola

 

Don't hesitate to Contact us immediately to reserve before attending the regular dance classes and for the schedule and for the low special prices.

 

The dance classes in Montreal are for all ages, no limit.

 

The dance school Montreal teaches Zumba cardio fitness workout, Samba, Rumba, Cha-Cha-Cha, Salsa dancing, Bachata, Merengue, Brazilian Samba, Swing, Quick-Steps, Fox Trot, Rock & Roll, Jive, Waltz, Waltz,
Slow Waltz or English Waltz
Valse Viennoise, Viennese Waltz
tango,
tango argentin, Argentine tango, tango argentin, escuela de tango argentino, "argentina" & Passo Doble.

Danse sportive à l' École de danse latine Montréal & des cours Salsa Montréal.

 

 

Cours de Salsa Montréal is guided by certified dance instructors "dance teachers".

 

You don't need a dance partner "dancepartner" "Partenaire de danse " to join us. You can join us with or without dance partner.

 

You Don't need special dance dress "dance dresses" or special dancing shoes, Latin dance shoes or ballroom dance shoes to join the dance group. Clean summer shoes will do.

Note: bring additional pair of summer-shoes or running-shoes during snows & rains.

 

Wet shoes are not permitted on the dance floor.

Dance dresses: most people are in casual dresses - sporty.

The dance school doesn't sell dancing shoes, we teach people to dance.

 

International Social ballroom dance school provides ballroom dance lessons & ballroom dance lessons Montreal, private lessons and special classes for wedding, marriages, first dance wedding, graduations, and for all the special events. The dance school provides dance shows for all occasions.

The dance studio Montreal provides dance lessons & dance classes by professional dance instructors.
 The dance studio Montreal provides private dance lessons & group dance classes.
 

Montreal ballroom Latin dance school is located in Montreal.

 

Ballroom & Latin Dancing Montreal, Salsa dancing courses, private & group classes are available.

 

The school dance lessons Montreal has classes to teach ballroom dancing, Salsa, "Batchata" Bachata, Zumba cardio fitness workout & Latin dance.

 

The dance school provides dance classes in Montreal for all your needs.

Latin dance school in Montreal serves dancers better. The Latin dance school Montreal is guided by professional dance instructors "teachers".

The Latin dance classes Montreal are fun & entertainment.

 

Dance Montreal

 

Salsa classes Montréal & Salsa & salsa dancing classes & Cha-cha dance school Montreal are the best in Quebec Canada. We teach Cha cha cha dancing Montreal, Samba Meringue Bachata Rumba Cuba Cuban & American styling.

 

Montreal dancehall & Montreal dance school & Montreal dance classes are for adults & Montreal dance lessons including private and group classes &

dance school & private classes & group classes also.

 

Montreal ballroom Latin dance school is located in Montreal
 

Ballroom & Latin Dancing Montreal teaches Salsa dancing also.

 

L'école de danse a Zumba cardio fitness, Samba, Rumba, Cha-Cha- Cha, Salsa, Bachata, Merengue, Samba brésilienne de Rio de Janeiro & American Samba style, Swing, rapide - étapes, Fox Trot, Rock & Roll, Valse, Jive, Valse, Waltz,
Slow Waltz or English Waltz
Valse Viennoise, Viennese Waltz
tango américain, tango argentin, tango argentin, tango argentin, et Passo Double , Passo Doble .
 

Ballroom « Bal » danse de salon & école de danse latine & cours de salsa à Montréal.

École de danse Montréal enseigner la danse Latine et cours de Salsa Montréal.

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French Version:

 

Zumba Montreal est conduits par des professeurs professionnels. Zumba fitness et zumba cardio party et zumba cardio workout et
cardio Zumba fitness sont pour meilleure circulation et pour bon santé. Nous avons aussi des cours de zumba Montréal pour votre santé et pour perde de poids et pour brûler des calories.

 

Cours de Zumba Montréal est pour votre santé.

L'école de zumba Montréal est pour perde de poids et pour brûler des calories.

Cours Zumba Montréal est spécialisée dans plusieurs niveaux de danse de salon danse Latine et Zumba cardio fitness workout.


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The History channel of Salsa & Latin dancing

 

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Latin dance

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Latin dance is a general label, and a term in partner dance competition jargon. It refers to types of ballroom dance and folk dance, and includes a wide range of dances originating in Latin America, Cuba and Puerto Rico.

The category of Latin dances in the international dancesport competitions consists of the cha-cha-cha, rumba, samba, paso doble, and also the jive of U.S.A. origin.

Social Latin dances include salsa, mambo, merengue, tumba, bachata, bomba, plena, and the Argentine tango. There are many dances which were popular in the first part of the 20th century, but which are now of only historical interest. The Cuban danzón is a good example.

Perreo is a Puerto Rican dance associated with Reggaeton music with Jamaican and Caribbean influences. Latin folk dances of Argentina include the chacarera, gato, escondido and zamba. Typical Bolivian folk dances are the morenada, kullawada, caporales and the recently created tinku. In Colombia one of the typical dances is the cumbia.

 

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Salsa (dance)

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Salsa is a popular form of social dance that originated in New York with strong influences from Latin America, particularly Cuba and Puerto Rico. The movements of salsa have its origins in Cuban Son, Cha cha cha, Mambo and other dance forms, and the dance, along with the salsa music, originated in the mid-1970s in New York.

 

Origin

 

Salsa dancing originated in New York in the mid-1970s. It evolved from earlier dance forms such as "Cha cha cha" and Mambo which were popular in New York, and incorporated elements of Swing dancing and Hustle, as well as elements of Afro-Cuban and Afro-Caribbean dances such as Guaguanco and Pachanga.

There is some controversy surrounding the origins of the word salsa. Some claim that it was based on a cry shouted by musicians while they were playing their music. Other believe that the term was created by record labels to better market their music, who chose the word "salsa" because of its spicy and hot connotations. Still others believe the term came about because salsa dancing and music is a mixture of different styles, just like salsa or "sauce" in Latin American countries is a mixture of different ingredients.

 

 

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Cha cha cha (dance)
 

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Cha cha cha (dance)

 

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Cha cha cha, or simply cha-cha, is the name of a dance of Cuban origin.

It is danced to the music of the same name introduced by Cuban composer and violinist Enrique Jorrín in 1953. This rhythm was developed from the danzón by a syncopation of the fourth beat. The name is onomatopoeic, derived from the rhythm of the güiro (scraper) and the shuffling of the dancers' feet.

 

Origin

 

The ballroom style of dancing the Cha cha-chá comes from studies made by dance teacher Monsieur Pierre (Pierre Zurcher-Margolle), who partnered Doris Lavelle.

Pierre, then from London, visited Cuba in 1952 to find out how and what Cubans were dancing at the time. He noted that this new dance had a split fourth beat, and to dance it one started on the second beat, not the first. He brought this dance idea to England and eventually created what is now known as ballroom Cha cha cha.

 

 

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Rumba (dance)

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Rumba (dance)

 

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Rumba Columbia, one of the Afro-Cuban rumbas

Rumba is a dance term with two quite different meanings.

In some contexts, "rumba" is used as shorthand for Afro-Cuban rumba, a group of dances related to the rumba genre of Afro-Cuban music. The most common Afro-Cuban rumba is the guaguancó. The other Afro-Cuban rumbas are Yambu and Columbia.

In other contexts, "rumba" refers to ballroom-rumba, one of the ballroom dances which occurs in social dance and in international competitions. In this sense, rumba is the slowest of the five competitive International Latin dances: the paso doble, the samba, the cha-cha-cha and the jive being the others. This ballroom rumba was derived from a Cuban rhythm and dance called the bolero-son; the international style was derived from studies of dance in Cuba in the pre-revolutionary period.

 

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 Samba

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Samba Portuguese pronunciation: 

 is a Brazilian dance and musical genre originating in Bahia, Brazil, and with its roots Africa via the West African slave trade and African religious traditions. It is recognized around the world as a symbol of Brazil and the Brazilian Carnival. Considered one of the most popular Brazilian cultural expressions, samba has become an icon of Brazilian national identity. The Bahian Samba de Roda (dance circle), which became a UNESCO Heritage of Humanity in 2005, is the main root of the samba carioca, the samba that is played and danced in Rio de Janeiro.

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Danza

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Music of Cuba, Music of Puerto Rico, Fiesta Nacional de la Danza

Danza is a musical genre that originated in Ponce, a city in southern Puerto Rico. It is a popular turn-of-the-twentieth-century ballroom dance genre slightly similar to the waltz. Both the danza and its cousin the contradanza are sequence dances, performed to a pattern, usually of squares, to music that was instrumental. Neither the contradanza nor the danza were sung genres; this is a contrast to, for example, the habanera, which was a sung genre. There is some dispute as to whether the danza was in any sense a different dance from the contradanza, or whether is was just a simplification of the name. Through the first part of the 19th century the dance and its music became steadily more creolized. The music and the dance is creolized because composers were consciously trying to integrate African and European ideas because many of the people themselves were creoles, that is, born in the Caribbean; accepting their islands as their true and only homeland.

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Danza latino Americana Latino

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Le figure relative a questi balli differiscono da continente a continente e da una nazione all'altra perché diverse sono le tradizioni locali e le abitudini. Di conseguenza sono state prodotte specifiche codificazioni che hanno tecnicamente una loro validità e una loro giustificazione. Il momento unificante è rappresentato dall'adesione di quasi cento paesi all'IDSF (International Dance Sport Federation) che stabilisce regole e programmi validi per tutti. Per ognuna di esse sono state costruite nel corso degli anni molte decine di figure e ne vengono continuamente inventate di nuove. Ciò è dovuto al fatto che sono molto diffuse e per la loro stessa natura si prestano più di altri balli ad originali interpretazioni personali e fantasia creativa. Attraverso l'insegnamento e la pratica anche spontanea sono state assimilate molto bene dalla cultura europea, nonostante si tratti di danze (specialmente CHA CHA, RUMBA, SAMBA) lontane dal nostro codice genetico.

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Biodanza

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Biodanza (neologism from the Greek bio (life) and the Spanish Danza (dance), literally the dance of life) is a system of self-development that uses music, movement and positive feelings to deepen self-awareness. It seeks to promote the ability to make a holistic link to oneself and one's emotions and to express them. Biodanza also claims to allow one to deepen the bonds with others and nature and to express those feelings congenially.

System of dance movement

Biodanza is defined as a "human integration system of organic renewal, of affective re-education,and of relearning of Life's original functions. Its application consists in leading vivencias through music, singing, movements and group encounter situations".

It is a method which aims the development of human capacities, including the feeling of happiness, communication skills and improving of relationships.

Biodanza was created in the 1960s by the Chilean anthropologist and psychologist Rolando Toro, the Biodanza system is now found in 54 countries, including Brazil, Argentina, Australia, Spain, Chile, France, Norway, Germany, Italy, Japan, South Africa, Uruguay, Netherlands, United Kingdom, United States, Colombia, Venezuela, and Belgium.

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