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<strong>Salsa classes</strong> are a fantastic way to learn a new set of dance moves. We all know how infectious Salsa music can be, and the dance moves are no different. This is a highly energetic form of dancing, with virtually no let up for your feet or hips. You are constantly on the go. Even though the moves might be small and tight to the body, they are constant nonetheless. If you are looking for a fun class that will challenge your dance ability and get you into shape, then look no further than your nearest <strong>Salsa class</strong>! When going Salsa dancing, be sure to wear comfortable footwear that you will be happy to dance in. There is no point wearing shoes that are stylish if you are going to have pains for days afterwards. This is not the time to be caught up in the romance of salsa dancing and the desire to look slick, because as a beginner you will have enough to concentrate on without having to keep your feet balanced in beautiful but impractical shoes. And forget any heavy winter clothing as salsa dancing will really heat you up! Once you start to keep those hips constantly moving to the beat and in combination with the footwork, you will really feel the workout that Salsa can provide. A lot of people attend <strong>Salsa classes</strong> on their own, although some are lucky enough to come with a willing partner. Teachers generally rotate people throughout the class, so you will get the chance to dance with different people. It is a dance for partners, so you will get to know those in the class with whom you can move well, and those who you know will just put you right out of sync! But isn’t that part of the fun? Beginners’ classes are a great way to meet new people and you are all starting off at the same level, so there is no pressure. Pick a class time and day that will suit you and where you know you will be relaxed and can get the most enjoyment out of it. There’s little point arriving at a class if your feet are sore from a hard day at work. You need to have plenty of energy in limbs and feet, and a fair amount of concentration to follow the teacher’s instructions. Avoid alcoholic drinks prior to the class as you will be amazed at how tricky it is to get the moves correct when you are just that little bit too relaxed! Find out what <strong>Salsa class</strong> options are available in your area and get out and meet new people as you all take on a new challenge. Get those hips and feet ready for some hot salsa action and great music. Not only will you be getting onto the dance floor, but hopefully you will be getting fitter and more coordinated as the weeks go by. Now what more could you want from an evening’s <strong>Dance class</strong>?
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