Every Thursday, enjoy a lesson and open social dance upstairs at the Yachty. All ages and skill levels welcome. No partner necessary. Entry is $10 and for Yacht Club members is $5.
Cuban Salsa is fun, flirty, and upbeat. You are guaranteed to have a smile on your face. Get ready to clap, shout, shimmy and laugh.
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Attending a special event or wedding? Looking for a fun & impressive new hobby? Need an exciting couple's activity?
Dance is fun, exciting, romantic, & challenging. It can boost your confidence, make social events a blast, engage your mind, and increase your flexibility, balance and tone.
Classes are $50/hour for one student or $60 for two students.
Classes are typically taught in a six week series, once per week. Pricing, timelines, & group sizes are flexible - shoot me an email!
Wedding First Dance packages available.
Learn Cuban Salsa, Rueda de Casino, Bachata, Merengue, Blues, Wedding Two Step, East Coast Swing, Solo Charleston, Zouk...
Want to see what these look like? Check out the YouTube channel!
Alissa has been hosting and DJing partner dance events since 2014. Whether teaching private lessons, leading large group instruction, organizing social dance nights, or DJing dance conferences, Alissa loves interacting with humans, music and movement of all types.
Contact Alissa at firstname.lastname@example.org or 0409 887 749 to add dance instruction and DJing to your next event! Great for markets, parties, dances and social gatherings
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Sept 2015 to Nov 2016
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June - August 2015
Alissa has been passionate about movement since her first gymnastics class at 6. She began dancing Lindy Hop and Charleston in High School and found Salsa and Bachata during college. In 2014, she began fusion dancing which led to West Coast Swing, Micro Blues, and Zouk.
Alissa has been teaching and performing Cuban Salsa, Fusion, and Micro Blues since 2015. She has been teaching Zouk and Bachata since 2016.
Partner dance is about efficient communication of momentum, direction, and weight distribution; about mood, frame, and tension; and about comfort, respect, and vulnerability. How do you communicate these to your partner and how do you correctly interpret their communication? A clear conversation is what makes a dance work, and what makes a dance great. Alissa's eclectic background allows her to explore the similarities between movements in different styles, what makes similar movements happen, what sets them apart stylistically. This has been invaluable for teaching fusion, a style she loves for its openness to expression, musicality, exploration and vulnerability.
Alissa's real passion is teaching body isolations, effortless communication, and connection with yourself, your partner and the music in all styles.