The social dances include the five ballroom dances - viennese waltz, slow (english) waltz, foxtrot, quick-step and tango - and the five Latin dances - cha cha cha, rumba, samba, paso doble and jive. These dances are also offered in their simplified versions, as most people don't wish to partake in competitions, but rather choose to acquire the basics skills that will allow them to socialize through dance.
At the rock and roll class, we also offer an introduction to swing, or disco-fox, giving students the possibility to practice to the sound of music from the sixties, all the way to the eighties.
The sunny latino rhythms are still "in vogue" in our latitudes: cuban and puerto rican salsa, merengue, bachata, mambo, even cha cha cha!
Brazilian dance classes are geared towards those who want to exercise, while learning attractive choreographies to the sounds of samba, pagode, or forro rhythms.
Amongst the above-mentioned classes, several are specially designed for children and retirees.