Rachel Cassandra is a traveling Kizomba instructor, and she will be in the Twin Cities the week of May 11th! She will be teaching at Four Seasons Dance Studio on Tuesday, May 13 from Protected content .
Kizomba is a partnered dance from Angola that has been called "African tango" and will appeal to anyone who anyone who loves close connection dancing.
Kizomba Body Movement
You’ve seen the videos. You crave that movement that has been described as “creamy,” “gooey,” and “sensual.” We’ll explore a few of the isolations and controlled transitions that are the hallmark of kizomba. We’ll start out working separately, gradually incorporating the movement into our normal kizomba steps. Then we’ll come together with our partners to discover how we can layer styling in without interfering without partners, as well as how to lead and follow styling suggestions.
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The Heart of Kizomba
So you’ve figured out that there’s something else out there besides zumba – now what? Learn the four basic steps that are all you need to dance an entire evening of kizomba. We’ll also discover how to create a safe, intimate connection with our partners. Get ready to get lost in the music!
Both workshops open to complete beginners.
More intermediate dancers will be challenged with optional variations.
Can't make Tuesday? We have another workshop happening Wednesday:
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Rachel Cassandra is a teacher and dancer originally from Port Jefferson, New York. Her true loves are dancing, teaching, and travel – and she’s pursued these extensively since she started dancing in Protected content . She has a varied dance background and extensive teaching expertise.
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Rachel may also be contacted about private lessons while she's in town. Her rate is $30/30 minutes, with or without a partner.