La Baila Vista
This class is open to anyone who would like to continue exploring the most popular variations and styling in Salsa & Bachata. An intermediate dancer should be at ease with timing, have a good understanding of partner connections, leading, and following techniques.
Each lesson begins with an intense warm-up including footwork and turn patterns used in the class as well as exciting open shine styling. It will accelerate not only your heart rate but also your skill and confidence.
Sun: 2pm - 3pm
Medium to Fast
paced & difficult to learn class.
Rs 3000 - 1month
Rs 7000 - 3months
One Free demo class is offered.
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SCO 180-187, Sector 9,
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La Baila Vista Team Bachata Performance
Do I need to have partner?Joining with a partner is NOT compulsory, although recommended. We will constantly rotate partners throughout the entire class, such that everyone will dance with everyone else.
Do I need to have any dance experience?No previous dance experience required. This class is meant to teach you the fundamentals from scratch. If you have never danced before or have "two left feet," this is the class for you. Also, it is highly recommended that you repeat Level 1 at least once or twice before you move on into Level 2, so that you can fully master and apply basic the concepts.
What is the Course Duration?The duration of each Level (L1 & L2) is three months. The course is divided as: 2 months are for Salsa 1 month for Bachata In case, you have to drop out of a course, you will have up to nine months to come back and complete it. For maximum benefit, however, we recommend that you attend for a continuous three-month period.
What if I miss a class or classes?We do follow a practice to review the pervious class before every new class. Still if you are forced to miss any classes, please inform your instructor so that make-up sessions can be arranged.
Dress-code and Footwear?Dress-code: We suggest wearing comfortable clothing (ie. track pants or loose-fitting denims & t-shirt). You will sweat, so consider bringing a small hand towel to dry yourself during class. Footwear: Only dance shoes are allowed on our studio floor (ie. jazz shoes, Salsa sandals, ballet shoes, etc.). Alternatively, we recommend that you dance in socks until you've acquired appropriate footwear. *as an absolute beginner you can start with your normal shoes for a month or two.