Consolidation Balboa workshop for Improvers, Intermediates and above!
Balboa is a partner dance originating from Southern California in the 1920s and ’30s, danced to the Swing and Jazz music popular at the time. A wonderfully fluid and sophisticated dance that allows elegance and style of those who dance it and has the ability to turn two dancers into one. Being compact and efficient Balboa can be danced at a furiously fast pace and is an excellent tool to have in your dancing repertoire when the tempo goes high, but don’t worry we’ll be starting off at a more gentle pace in this workshop.
This workshop is aimed at dancers with some previous Balboa experience, anyone who’s dipped their toe in before but wants to get back or maybe you’ve been dancing it a while but simply want to improve your technique. This is also an ideal time for those who’ve been attending our classes in May to put everything together.
The teachers are Becky and Will, they’ll be going through each move, tuning and tweaking and by the end of the day you’ll be able to shuffle all night on the dance floor.
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Sat 9th February 2018:
Times: Please arrive for a 10:30am start. We expect to finish around 4.00pm, but there will be stops for lunch and a few breaks!
Venue: St. Philip’s Church Centre, 185 Mill Rd, Cambridge. CB1 3AN.
There is no parking on site but on street parking is free in the vicinity of the venue, but do check local signage.
Evening: Dance with the fabulous Django’s Tiger
7:30pm – 11:30pm
Prices per person (Cambridge Swing Dance club members prices in brackets):
Balboa Consolidation workshop: £20 (£15) + workshop attendees can buy a dance ticket for only £5 if booked at the same time!
Evening dance only: £10 (£8), please pay on the door for the dance.
Please ensure you are familiar with our Safer Space Policy
and the CSD Event Booking Policy can be found here
You can book and pay online at the above link. Please bring your booking confirmation with you on the day.
If you have any questions, contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Q: What should I wear?
A: Just wear some comfortable clothing, open toed shoes, sandals or really grippy rubber soles are not advised but you don’t need special dance shoes.
Q:Do I need to bring a partner?
A:No, we change partners during the class so we dance with everyone. Please be aware that we may have to restrict bookings if we have an imbalance of leads and follows in the class.