Pauliina Latva’s new Heels Intensive Course for Beginners starts on this Saturday, the 22nd of May 2021. There are still places available, so sign up purchasing the course from our webshop or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Time: On Saturdays from the 22nd of May to the 5th of June 2021
at 15:00–17:00, 3 x 120 min class (the 22nd of May, the 29th of May and the 5th of June)
Place: Dance Studio Flama, Linnankatu 84, 20100 Turku
Price: 65 €
We go through heels technique right from the very basics. You do not need to have any previous experience in Heels classes. During the course, we will also learn a choreography that encourages us to put our souls into dancing. After this course, you will be able to walk and dance more confidently with heels and identify the basic elements of Heels technique.
Sign up for the course by purchasing it from our webshop.
If you want to pay with sport or cultural benefits (for example Smartum, E-Pass, Edenred, Eazybreak), sign up by sending an email to email@example.com.
Attention! If you are not able to attend the course, we will not refund you. In case of illness and a valid medical certificate of it, you can get a gift card to Flama with the value of money you paid for the course. You can use it for another course, workshops or weekly classes.
Pauliina is a dancer and a dance teacher who will soon also graduate as a physiotherapist (The University of Applied Sciences). Pauliina has practised various dance styles, such as contemporary dance, show dance, hip hop, break dance, acrobatics as well as salsa. Her strength is that she utilizes the techniques of different dance styles, regardless of the dance style in question. She spent her autumn 2016 in New York studying dance independently, in addition to which she has developed herself as a dancer through various courses and workshops both in Finland and abroad, for example in London, New York, and Los Angeles. Pauliina is also a Personal Trainer (TYA/South Africa).
As a teacher, Pauliina is inspiring and encouraging. Her dance classes are filled with versatile dance know-how and good feeling, and typically different dance styles are open-mindedly combined. Her classes teach you how to listen to the music and interpret it with your own body movements. “During my dance classes, I want to create an open and safe space where one can learn through experimentation and shared insights! My main job as a dance teacher is to motivate others to become interested in the versatility of their own bodies and the opportunities they create.”
More information about the course: firstname.lastname@example.org.