Find a bachata instructor near Cider Mill, MA

Find a bachata instructor near Cider Mill, MA

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6. Mrbstyles Salsa
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  • 13 years in business
  • Serves Cider Mill, MA
"Moises Baez a Hispanic Puerto Rican Male born and raised in Boston Massachusetts. Was introduced to Salsa On2 at the young age of 11 by Victor & Burju from Hacha Y Machete Dance Company through a Teen Center in Lowell Massachusetts Named Utec. He Started his Salsa / Dance Training there. ​ At the Age of 14 He started performing professionally with a teen Dance Group Called Mamboyou. He continued his training with April Genovese the Director of Melaza Dance Company. ​ Moises Continued his dance training in HipHop, Jazz, Contemporary and Afro Cuban. ​ At the Age of 21 being a gay hispanic male Moises launched a Dance Program in the city of Boston that brought salsa to the gay community Called Out Salsa Boston.At which point he formed a Professional Partnership with Fellow Ballet Principle Jose Rodriguez. Together Moises and Jose Performed Professionally and Taught Salsa And other Dances in the Boston Area. ​ Moises Has then continued his dance career as a Male Soloist and Moved to NYC. He Is now currently Training in Afro Cuban, Under the instruction of Noibis Licea, Also attends the Ailey Extension For Contemporary, Modern, Ballet, and Jazz. ​ Moises is Now offering Salsa Classes in the Metro New York and Boston Area. He is available for both Group and Private instruction, Wedding and Sweet 15 Choreography services as well. ​ Achievements. Boston Salsa Solo - Pro Division 2016 -3rd Place LA Top Man Solo Competition Pro Division."

$75/lesson

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$75/lesson

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What do you wear to swing dance lessons?

Swing dance is an increasingly popular style of ballroom dance with a dress code that reflects its roots in the 1920s-1940s jazz era. Although many studios don’t require historically accurate costumes for their private dance lessons, many dancers want to dress the part. You can wear clothes that are comfortable to move — and sweat — in, such as T-shirts and loose skirts or khakis. Or for an appropriately vintage look, women often wear shirt dresses with a knee-length A-line or circle skirt that allows for plenty of swishy movement. Men usually opt for a button-down shirt and trousers. The most important part of a swing dance outfit is the shoes. Both men and women can opt for simple sneakers, like Keds, or leather dance shoes, such as saddle shoes. Until you have several dance lessons under your belt, stay away from heels.

How much do dance lessons cost?

Adults who want to learn to dance, whether to prepare for a wedding or to meet new people, often enjoy taking dance lessons from an experienced dance instructor. Instructors may offer classes one-on-one to individual students or couples, or to small groups. The national average cost for a dance instructor ranges from $30 to $50. Some studios offer a discounted introductory lessons or group lessons, as well as package deals that are more affordable than paying for individual lessons. Some dance instructors will travel to the student’s home, which usually costs more, while others hold small-group sessions in their studios. If you choose a small-group class, expect to pay less than for individual dance lessons.

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