Our Latin Dance classes are proving very popular and a lot of fun!
We have been learning different styles such as Rumba, Cha Cha, Samba, Salsa and Jive with our brilliant professional teacher Rafal Lautenbach.
Join us from September for more fun and dance tuition when Rafal instructs and partners us during the lesson.
Classes will commence on Thursday 7 September at 2pm at Anytime Fitness beneath the Royal Garden Hotel, Kensington High Street. We meet every Thursday except on the 21st as this is the date of the General Meeting luncheon, so the class will be held on Wednesday 20 September instead.
Some of us have been dancing for a few months now but since the first couple of lessons will be revision when we return after our summer break, we encourage anyone who loves to dance to come along as it will be easy to pick up the moves and join in.
You can wear anything that you feel comfortable in but please wear leather-soled shoes so they don’t grip the floor.
To consolidate what you learn, we advise that you book the remainder of the course currently 3 weeks but if you are going to be away you will be able to book single tickets this month.
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