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Gilruth Recreation Center
      Johnson Space Center
         www.starport.jsc.nasa.gov


Instructor: Rodolfo Gonzalez
Class Dates: Feb. 25, Mar. 4, 11, 18, 25 (Fri.)




 class:         Salsa Introduction & Intermediate                                           •   Register at the Gilruth
                                                                                                front desk
 time:          (Friday) 5:30 pm – 6:30 pm (Intermediate)
                (Friday) 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm (Intro)                                          •   Must sign the Starport
 cost:          $40/person - before or on Friday, February 18th (pre- registration)             Rec. Class Waiver
                $50/person - after Friday, February 18th (registration)
                                                                                            •   Partners not required
 Latin Dance: This class covers the most popular Latin dances found at clubs and other          (although encouraged)
 social settings: Meringue, Batacha, Salsa, and maybe a little bit of Cha-Cha-Cha.
 Emphasis is on Salsa. For the first time student of for those that want a refresher
 course. You will go over basic steps with variations, and build them into sequences.       •   For more information,
                                                                                                contact…
 Intermediate Class: This class continues teaching salsa beyond that taught in the
 Latin class. This is a multi-level class where students are broken up into groups, based       Front Desk
 on class experience.                                                                           (281) 483-0304

				
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Description: Salsa word from Spanish, originally meaning sauce. It is the Latin Dance and its music collectively, sexy passion, is today the most popular dance in Europe and America one species. Cuban style Salsa focus on rotation, Colombia-style Salsa is more focused on the pace of the complex.