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Salsa

| Studio 2
Learn how to salsa—your way! Join us to learn some basics and put your own flare on it! In this class, you will learn salsa moves that will help you dance more fluidly with rhythm whether you’re finding your individual or partner style. This class is open to all levels with a focus on beginners.
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Price – $15 or $10 for dance umbrella and choral members

Adrián Torres
Instructor
Adrián Torres is a former professional Mexican folk dancer who currently enjoys mixing different styles in the studio. As part of the University of Guadalajara’s Ballet Folklórico ensemble, an internationally and nationally awarded Mexican folk dance company, he was able to hone his technique, giving him a strong foundation for a wide variety of dance forms. During his time as a folk dancer, he traveled and performed in Mexico and various parts of the world. Though he continues to explore different styles of dance, he has an affinity for Latin rhythms such as salsa.  
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