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Zouk I - $140

Join us Mondays at 9 pm:   *July 16th*

First 8 people - enroll for only $100 - a $40 savings! New students to Art Is Motion - save $10 - so only $130 for 8 weeks of instruction with Jose Hernandez!

Zouk - Part 1:
Basic (Lateral / Infinity)
Lunge & Left Leg Turn
Zouk - Part 2:
Understanding variations w/ different exits
Diversity of Lunges
Understanding Connection & how mirror techniques work
Zouk is a partner dance originally from Brazil. First known as zouk-lambada, the music & dance style swept over the world like a storm in the late 1980's. Characterized by close connection embrace and long graceful steps, strong hip movements, body isolations and upper-body torsions, wild spins and whip-like head movements. While the dance is often called sensual, it is not sexual or erotic. It is danced by people of all ages in night clubs, dance schools and events around the world!

Full tuition is due upon enrollment.
Private lessons require a 12 hour cancellation notice, or the lesson will be charged.
If the studio cancels or postpones a Lesson or Group Class, a makeup session will be offered.
No refunds will be given after the second week of any Group Class Series for any reason.
Students unable to complete a course due to a medical condition will be issued a credit for future use.
Credits are transferable.
All refunds will include a $25 processing fee.
No refunds will be given for any discounted courses. 

Ballroom I - $140

Classes days and times TBD

Waltz, Foxtrot, Cha Cha, Rumba, Swing and Tango.

Waltz is characterized by steps done in 3/4 time with an accent on the first beat of every measure. It is comprised of steps that rise and fall, sway, rotate, and have a pendulum action. This styling makes the Waltz beautiful and elegant.

Foxtrot is customarily accompanied by the same big band music to which swing is also danced. From the late teens through the 1940s, the foxtrot was certainly the most popular fast dance and the vast majority of records issued during these years were foxtrots. It is characterized by a slow-slow-quick-quick rhythm.

Cha-Cha, originally from Cuba, is a sensual and energetic dance with a syncopation of the 4th beat. It is danced to authentic Latin music, Pop or Rock. 

Rumba derives its movements and music from the Cuban Bolero-son. It involves a hip-sway over the standing leg, steps are kept compact and the dance is danced with the use of free arms in various figures. 
East Coast Swing is a standardized form of dance based in six-count patterns that are simplified forms of Lindy Hop. East Coast Swing has alternatively been called Jitterbug, American Swing, Lindy and Triple Swing.

Tango is a mix of other social dance steps with the Argentine Tango style. Today, American style Tango allows its dancers to separate from closed position to execute open moves, like alternate hand holds, dancing apart, and side-by-side choreography.



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Latin Club =                       Salsa, Merengue, Bachata
Ballroom=                          Foxtrot, Waltz, Rumba,                                                              Cha Cha, Swing, Tango

  Salsa        Zouk        Tango             Hustle / WC Swing


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Latin Club I - $140 

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Salsa, Merengue & Bachata.

Salsa is a rich blend of Latin-American and Western influences; including Western and Ballroom dancing.  There are three major salsa styles, namely Cuban Salsa ("Casino"), New York Style ("Mambo on 2"), and Los Angeles Style ("On 1").
originated in the Dominican Republic and has a four-step beat achieved with a walking Cuban hip motion, and a unique “hip lift".
also originated in the Dominican Republic.  Partners may circle each other, in small steps, or switch to an open position and do a variety of turns and patterns.


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Art Is Motion Dance Studio

4470 Satellite Blvd Ste 201 & 202

Duluth GA, 30096

Group courses begin with Level I for beginners and advance in difficulty with each level. Classes are designed to progress each week building on the previous week’s material.  Each class will begin with a review of the previous week’s material before progressing.  With this method, a participant may miss 1 class and still be able to participate comfortably.  It is not necessary to bring your own partner, as participants rotate partners regularly to focus on  "lead & follow" while reinforcing foot patterns and creating muscle memory.