Bachata at the USC
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Bachata is a style of dance that originated in the Dominican Republic. Several slightly different styles (Dominican Bachata, Bachata moderna, etc) have emerged but, unlike salsa, they all share the same basic steps. The authentic dance from the Dominican Republic in the Caribbean is a basic dance sequence in a full 8 count moving within a square. In Bachata Moderna there are elements of Salsa, Tango and Zouk.
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|Day||Course Unit||Level||Start time||End time||Hall||Teacher|
|Thursday||1,3 and 5||Beginners||20:00||20:55||Hall A||Johnathan|
|Thursday||2 and 4||Half advanced||20:00||20:55||Hall A||Johnathan|
The beginners course is on offer in unit 1 and 4, the advanced course in unit 2 and 5.Dancing is an ideal way to relax after a hard day’s work or study. It is also a perfect way for the expressive sports person to let their creative energy flow. Above all it is a fun way to make new contacts and expand your social network with an active and creative pastime. At the USC you can choose from a wide variety of dance classes at all levels of experience which ensures your weekly dance class will never become boring!From couch potato to go-getter!