The amazing dancers Johanna Sallinen and Omar Bakr will return to Flama to give intensive courses of sensual bachata on Saturday, September 7.
11.30–13.30 Sensual bachata 1, beginners, couple class
13.45–15.45 Sensual bachata 2, intermediate, couple class
16.00–17.00 Bachata Ladies Style, open level, solo class
Solo class (60 min): 15 e
Couple class (2h): 30 e
Sensual bachata 2 and 3 classes package: 55 e
Sign up for the classes by email: firstname.lastname@example.org. The couple class places for the followers without their own pairs have already been taken, so you can only register for the couple classes as a leader or together with your own pair.
ATTENTION! The registration is binding! You can cancel your registration for free, if you do it at least 48 hours before the class will take place, After that the cancellation is only possible in case of illness by showing a medical certificate.
ABOUT THE CLASSES
“Our main focus is that you learn, while having fun! 🙂 We provide clear instruction and we focus on each and everyone’s development individually. Our training focuses on giving you the tools to become the social dancer everyone wants to dance with at the parties!
At the courses you’ll learn technique, musicality, body awareness & movement and patterns for social dancing. In these classes you’ll learn how to lead & follow new Bachata moves smoothly and make them comfortable & easy for you and your partner, with gracious style! All the moves are for social dancing, so don’t expect long show choreo routines. 😉 “
JOHANNA & OMAR
Johanna and Omar are versatile and experienced dancers and teachers and they teach i.a. bachata, cha cha, kizomba and salsa together. Through their I Dance Helsinki -organization, Omar and Johanna have long been building the Afro-Latin scene in Helsinki by teaching, bringing foreign artists to Finland and arranging festivals and parties in a weekly basis.
Johanna has danced several different dance styles. Johanna won Salsa European Championship in 2010, so she has a lot of knowledge about dance technique and that knowledge she wants to share with her students. As a teacher, she is known for her demanding but encouraging and clear teaching.
Omar’s dancing career has begun with ballroom dance, but it changed later to Afro-Latin dances. Omar’s strengths are musicality as well as his smooth and clear lead. He encourages and provides tools for each individual student’s progress and improvement.
For Omar and Johanna, it is important that everything learnt during the classes can be applied in a social dance setting. They emphasize the importance of leading and following as well as the learning of the basics, not forgetting musicality. Above all, dancing should be fun and feel good.