Dancing in the New Reality

After so many days of confinement and restrictions, finally comes the opportunity to dance in the “New Reality”.
I suppose we all have a bit of uncertainty regarding this stage, but at the same time, I am sure that we want to tackle it with the will to live.
If COVID-19 has taught us anything it has been to value freedom of movement, contact with others, a hug … and it has also shown us that we must appreciate LIFE, that we must live it to the fullest and always looking for what make us happy.
In my case, I have it clear, what makes me happy is dancing, which is an essential part of me. And what makes me happier apart from dancing, is teaching and sharing my knowledge and my baggage with my students, those whom I have sorely missed during this harsh quarantine.

Dancing outdoors

We have learned that you don’t need a room with mirrors, air conditioning, or four walls to dance. We had to adapt to the needs of the moment and collaborate to contain the pandemic.
We have given classes outdoors, without changing partners, using masks and hydro-alcoholic gel at all times.
We have been cold and hot, but neither the pandemic nor an adverse storm has managed to keep us away from our passion, dancing. We took the opportunity to work on free steps, body movement, and musicality.

We are back to salsa and bachata dancing in Malaga.
There are a few beach bars that are becoming fashionable, but at the moment only dancing is allowed on outdoor dance floors.
If you take a stroll along  the port of Cabopino in Marbella, you’ll find the chiringuito La Lonja, where you can enjoy live music on Saturday afternoons and a music session by DJ Mami Timba on Sunday afternoons.

We dance again in the New Reality

But finally, with the end of the state of emergency, we can organise ourselves to go back to teaching in our usual places. Although we are still holding some classes outside. We dance again in the New Normality but without neglecting the advice and rules of the health authorities and doing it in a responsible way, which entails the use of masks at all times, and keeping the safety distance.
So we are opening a new group for beginners, classes that start from scratch on July 1 and will change your life.

What’s new in July 2021 classes

This summer we offer our Salsa, Bachata, and Kizomba classes as always, in the morning and afternoon, to better adapt to your free hours.
But we offer a novelty, we have called it AeroSalsa. It consists of doing cardio, but in the way we like best, dancing non-stop.
For this, we will give 45 warm-ups and review the steps that we will do after,  followed by another 45 minutes of dancing without rest. To achieve our goal we will dance without pause, following the routine of free steps that will be marked for you.
Do you dare?