Salsation Workshop with Alejandro Angulo

By August 10, 2013blog, featured, pastevents

What is Salsation?

SALSATION: The word “Salsation” has been taken from (Salsa & Sensation).

SALSA: NOT from the rhythm but from the Spanish word (SALSA) that actually means “sauce”, because its a mix of different rhythms, cultures, and dance/fitness programs!

SENSATION: the program has a strong focus on the feeling of the music, the experience of the class, and the feeling of each dance.

Salsation has been inspired by different cultures, dances and also fitness programs, such as Latin Aerobics, Aerolatin, ZUMBA, Bailoterapia and many others, but the choreographies in Salsation have a very strong focus on musicality and the interaction between the teacher and the student.

AlejandroAngulo_092113Salsation Musicality and Choreography Workshop

The Salsation workshop with Alejandro Angulo will help the dancers & non-dancers, the instructors and the students.

  • Improves your understanding of music
  • Gives you variations on basic steps
  • Alejandro starts you off with a body isolation warm-up (great tool to improve movements and musicality)
  • Break down on choreographies (he starts with easy choreography, then he progresses you to advanced choreo)

If you are an instructor, these are tools that will improve your skills and ability to create your own choreography. They will teach you to be a better instructor by being able to break down the routine to your students and layer your choreo. If you are a student, they will help in your basic knowledge of how to learn the routines quicker and more efficiently.

Check out clients’ testimonials

DATE:
   Saturday, September 21, 2013
TIME:    6:00-9:00 PM
PLACE: Studio W60, MANHATTAN MOVEMENT & ARTS CENTER, 248 West 60th Street, new york, ny 10023
PRICE:  $50 online
Get tickets here! <http://clients.mindbodyonline.com/ws.asp?studioid=14102&stype=-8&sView=day&sLoc=0&sDate=9/21/2013>

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  • […] Salsation Workshop: This will help the dancers & non-dancers, the instructors and the students. It improves your understanding of music and gives you variations on basic steps. Alejandro starts you off with a body isolation warm-up (great tool to improve movements and musicality) and then breaks down choreographies (he starts with easy choreography, then he progresses you to advanced choreo). This workshop is on Saturday, September 21st from 2:00 – 5:00 pm @ Studio TriBeCa. […]

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