I assist intermediate level social dancers in advancing their dance skills by helping to fill the gaps in individual technique.
Are you an intermediate level zouk or bachata dancer who is serious about leveling up their dance skills and technique? Did you know that simply taking social dance partnerwork classes is not enough to go from intemediate to advanced level?
In order to advance in social dance you need to also work on your styling, posture, balance, strength, mobility, confidence and more – everything that social dance teachers don’t have time to go into detail in regular classes. These are a part of your individual dance technique and you should work on them without a partner.
If you don’t work on these skills, you could be taking zouk or bachata classes and workshops for years, but wouldn’t improve past intermediate level. If you feel like your progress has been stuck and you don’t want to waste any more time, then you might be interested in the following.
I started social dancing in spring of 2016. Most of these 6 years I have focused dancing and learning brazilian zouk but also have practiced bachata, salsa, kizomba and more. I have years of ladies styling experience in bachata, salsa and kizomba. In addition to social dance I have practiced many solo dance styles like ballet, reggaeton, hip-hop, jazz, heels and more. (Check my About page)
I have gone
|Being a typical beginner social dancer||Being invited to teach zouk and bachata at multiple dance studios and events|
|Cringing at my dance videos||Being proud to show them off on social media|
|Not knowing what to do with my arms during dancing||Teaching ladies styling to other followers|
|Having a typical office worker posture||Achieving my dream upright posture and a fit dancer’s body I never thought was possible for me|
|Feeling shy and awkward when dancing||Feeling confident when dancing and not afraid to move in a more feminine way|
|Being stiff and inflexible||Moving my hips freely and doing body isolations with ease|
And I can help you do that too!
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