Ballroom & Latin Workshop: Cha Cha Cha, Rumba and essential Ballroom and Latin steps Saturday 26th January

Westies in Essex are delighted to add some Ballroom and Latin Workshops to their Dance events for 2019. You do not need to book with a partner to attend this workshop. This workshop is suitable for Beginners to Ballroom & Latin, but also for those of you who have some Ballroom & Latin experience! It is a ‘Mash up’ and looks like it is going to be a fun afternoon of dancing!
Doors open 12.45pm for Registration and pre workshop hot/cold drinks. PLEASE arrive promptly so we can get the show on the road at 1pm!
1pm – 2pm Sosa – Latin/Ballroom in line …Energising & Fun!
Sosa is a fabulous mix of Authentic dance rythmns and no partner is required. There will be a Ballroom and Latin in line dance feel to this workshop with some Merengue, Soca, Salsa, Line & Disco music. What is there not to like! a great way to warm up and get those feet moving to the music.
2.20pm – 3.20pm – Cha Cha Cha
The Cha Cha has been choreographed by Sue to suit a slotted social dancing style so that it does not travel too much so is going to be very danceable on a social dance floor
3.45pm – 4.30pm – Rumba 1
What better way to end the afternoon’s workshop but with some Sequence dancing. This is becoming hugely popular and is of course great fun to dance. The Rumba 1 is the most popular sequence dance and is danced regularly at Ballroom and Latin socials. It uses authentic steps from the beautiful rumba. It is danced in a circle with a partner. Knowing Sue and Adrian they are likely to give this Sequence Dance a bit of a fun twist at the end.
4.30pm – 6pm – TEA DANCE.
£20 Workshop if booking on one of our other Workshops we are hosting in January. Must be pre booked and pre paid before 1st January.
£25 If just booking on this Workshop
WE Can’t wait to get this show on the road!
Tel 01371 870303
A bit about Sue Mullins and Adrian W
Sue has been dancing Ballroom and Latin since 1972 taking medal exams with the IDTA and the NATD as lead and follow. During this time she competed in both Medalist and Open competitions in England and Europe. In 1998, she took her professional teaching qualification in Ballroom Dancing with NATD
Sue then went on to teach in various dance studios until 2005 when she opened her own dance school offering classes, Private lessons, social events, practice sessions & exams
Adrian joined in 2010 bringing not only Ballroom and Latin dance knowledge but also experience in Modern Jive
In 2013 Sue was Awarded an honorary degree with Associated Board of Dance and is also a qualified SOSA Dance Fitness instructor
More recently, Adrian and Sue have been teaching workshops, running regular ballroom, latin and sequence social dances, playing music at various Ballroom & Latin Events & running dance weekends
Together they have attended many workshops in: Modern jive, Salsa and West Coast Swing too.
Sue and Adrian really love the social side of the Ballroom & Latin dance world. They love to see beginners take their first steps and pride themselves on creating the right environment for people to get the most out of their dancing.

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