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Salsa

Salsa is the most popular couples style of dance in the world, and it’s quit easy to learn. The good thing about salsa is that if you enjoy going out, you are able to dance from Monday to Sunday, because salsa parties are very popular in Sydney.
We also teach from beginners to the professional levels, so, if you fancy becoming a performer we tailor for that too. READ MORE ABOUT WHAT LDA OFFERS IN SALSA!

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On 2 Salsa

On2 Salsa is basically salsa danced on the off beat of the music. The rhythm change enables you to slow your dance down and enjoy yourself by moving your body and relaxing more in your dance using everything you have already learnt in your Salsa On1 plus more.
It is very popular all around the world and it helps you improve your Salsa technique as well. You should try it for one course and see if you like. READ MORE ABOUT WHAT LDA OFFERS IN SALSA!
          

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Zouk/lambada

 Is also a couple style of dance; it involves a lot of body movement and is considered the most sensual Latin dance in the world. Zouk is essentially a variation of Lambada - whilst Lambada is more acrobatic, Zouk is more stylised and utilises a lot of turns. Although it is based upon that familiar 3/4 rhythm, it uses a fairly different footwork technique   

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Bachata

 This popular dance rhythm is from The Dominican Republic and has quite easy basics with a sensuous touch on the hips movement; it is an intense close dance style including many turn variations. Bachata is defined as fun, merriment, a good time, or a spree, but in the Dominican Republic, in addition to the emotional quality of fun and enjoyment suggested by the dictionary definition, it referred specifically to get-togethers that included music, drink, and food. READ MORE ABOUT WHAT LDA OFFERS IN  BACHATA!

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Gafieira (Aka Samba De Gafieira)

Is a ballroom dance expression of Brazilian samba musical rhythm. The samba music played by a ballroom orchestra, or the dancing hall where it is performed is also referred as to Gafieira. Gafieira is usually an elegant partner dance, although in artistic performances it is not uncommon mix the solo steps of Samba no Pé

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Cha Cha

The Cha Cha is a lively, sassy, groovy dance characterized by the "cha-cha-cha" sound in the music, in fact the name of this dance is said to arise from the sound of sandals slapping against the floor in the Cha Cha Cha syncopation triple step.
A very popular social dance, danced mainly in partnership between man and woman moving and swaying to the beats of this groove inspiring ‘Cha Cha Cha’ sound, it is a close sibling dance to the Salsa with an added 3 step syncopation between the forward and back step.
In performance this dance is cheeky, sexy and playful. 

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Rueda de Casino

Rueda de Casino (Rueda,Casino Rueda,Salsa Rueda) is a type of round dancing of Salsa. It was developed in Cuba. Pairs of dancers form a circle, with dance moves called out by one person,a caller. Many moves have hand signs to complement the calls; these are useful in noisy venues. Many moves involve the swapping of partners. The names of the moves are mostly in Spanish, some in English (or Spanglish). 

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Bachatango

Bachatango (often classed as a sensual form of modern bachata) is a style of dance that fuses the four-step Dominican bachata with Argentine tango moves, including elaborated kicks, dips, turns and long pauses. The dance is characterized by sensual hip and body movements.

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Forró


Forró it’s the most popular couple style dance from Brazil. This music genre has gained widespread popularity in all regions of Brazil. There are three rhythms of forró: Xote (a slower-paced rhythm), Baião (the original forró) and Arrasta-pé (the fastest of the three), and amongst these, many styles of dancing, which varies from region to region, and may be known by different names according to the location.

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Kizomba


The dance from Angola is danced very smoothly, slowly and sensuously, and with very fluid movements.
In addition, frequent simultaneous hip rotations coordinated between dance partners, particularly in the quieter refrains of the music. and the music is characterized by a slower and usually very romantic rhythm, sung generally in Portuguese.
It’s a slow sexy dance. Partners dance quite close. Music is generally sang in Portuguese but these days also many influence of Semba and Zouk.

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Samba

A very energetic solo dance. It is the sensual & fast typical Brazilian Rio Carnival dance. In class you’ll learn footwork technique, hips movements, body rolls and African-Brazilian style movements in a fast pace. It’s suitable for anybody who is looking for fitness or just for a lot of fun. 

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Zumba Fitness

The Zumba® program fuses Latin rhythms and easy-to-follow moves. The routines feature interval training sessions where fast and slow rhythms and resistance training are combined to sculpt your body while burning fat. Add some Latin flavor into the mix and you've got a Zumba® class!

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Reggaeton

It’s kind of a Latin Hip-Hop. It's the Caribbean ideal dance for parties because of its reggae, American hip-hop, Jamaican Dance and Bachata influence, it’s similar to Samba Axe with lots of hips movements in a truly Caribbean style. 

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Brazilian Fitness


This class is a Brazilian themed fitness class that incorporates Brazilian music and dance movements.
In those classes you will move and dance to music such as Samba, Axé, Brazilian Funk, Sertanejo universitario, Forro, Frevo, etc.
Have fun exercising!

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Hatha Yoga


It's the ancient science of relaxing the body and mind while improving your strength and flexibility, your bodies internal functions and general health and well being. Hatha Yoga has many other benefits such as assisting with weight control, stress management, mind focus and relieving symptoms of some diseases.  Understand clearly the correct alignment of each pose and its benefit on your body.  Knowing the correct way will assist you with faster and better results.

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