Howard Community College
Latin Vibe - Introduce a new, energetic style to your exercise routine.
Latin Vibe rhythm is adaptable to any fitness level. Moving to the beat and sounds of Afro-Caribbean-Latin melodies will offer fun, camaraderie and fitness. The only prerequisite is a love of movement and openness to international music and dance.
Instructor: Claudia Salomon
Tuition: $89** (includes $40 in fees*)
Sat January 13-March 10, 2018
register now: www.howardcc.edu
Howard County Community College Horowitz Arts Center
110XE-550 6018 #4113 (No class Feb 10)
Although Latin dance has been evolved and modified over the centuries, its Native Latin, European, and African roots will always remain in the movements and rhythms of the genre. The great thing about such genre is the rich, cultural history embedded in each dance
Many workouts, no matter how effective, can get a little linear. After a while, it's easy to get bored. That's when it's time to pump up the volume and try something outside your comfort zone.
Research has found that introducing variety into your workouts not only helps you stay motivated, it also ups the fun factor.
Many dance styles from different areas of the world were integrated into Latin dance. Such styles came about which comprised the main categories of Latin dancing: Salsa, Mambo, Merengue, Rumba, Cha Cha Cha, Bachata, and Samba. Music became the engine for Latin dancing because it guided the dance steps with its measure, speed, and the feeling it evoked, from energetic to sensual.