Have you been wanting to dance and yet you have no buddy, budget and big time to do it? Now set aside two hours of your time this long holiday season to learn some of the sexiest, most sensuous, hip shaking, viral dances in town.
Come and join us on November 4, 2017, 4-6pm, Saturday at Makati Cinema Square to enjoy the following:
– Learn Bachata and Kizomba for free
– No need to bring partner (free partnering in class)
– Learn the details on how you can join our GoWell Community and discover how you can live a live a healthier and brighter life.
– Free snack, make sure you pre-register by clicking “Going” in the Event Page and texting your “Full name+Yes to free bachata and Kizomba lesson on Nov.4” to 0915-515-8936. That easy! Make sure to send your confirmation by November 3 to prepare some freebies to confirmed attendees.
What is Bachata? Bachata is a style of dance that originated in the Dominican Republic. It is danced widely all over the world but not identically. The basics to the dance are three-step with a Cuban hip motion, followed by a tap including a hip movement on the 4th beat. Sample video here.
What is Kizomba? Kizomba is a dance and music genre originally from Angola. The term “kizomba” comes from the linguistic expression Kimbundo, which means “party”.It is both a dance and a music which developed in Angola in the late 1980s and 1990. Sample video with the Kizomba Queen Sara Lopez here.
What to wear:
Dancing shoes (sneakers will do if no dancing shoes)
How to go to the venue:
Dancing Queen Studio
2296 Chino Roces Avenue
Makati City, Metro Manila
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If you’re riding a bus from North/ South, get off at Magallanes, then ride a jeepney going to Makati Cinema Square. Dancing Queen Studio is at the ground floor.
If you’re riding MRT, get off at Magallanes station, then ride jeepney going to PRC then tell the driver you’re getting off at Makati Cinema Square. 🙂
This event is in partnership with Sun Life Financial #GoWell Community fitness and wellness among Filipinos who want to live an active and healthy lifestyle.
For more information, contact Lisha at 0915-515-8936 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org. Feel free to invite friends and follow the instructions. See you!