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Ragga DanceHall

Ragga DanceHallRAGGA JAM SALSA is a new style of dance born of the mixture Reggaeton and Salsa. This technique combines the basics of Salsa (footwork, lady's and men's styling ...) to the energy, power and rhythm of Reggaeton. The RAGGA JAM SALSA is a cocktail that will allow the dancer to develop his body language. The DANCEHALL is a Jamaican dance inspired from many Afro-Caribbean dances such as Hip-Hop. This technique offers many bodily movement isolations, undulations, all in a festive spirit. Discover these two styles increasingly popular, particularly in Europe. Now in Montreal!

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Zouk - a new dance Craze

Zouk dance MontrealZouk is a style of dance and music originating in the Caribbean and Brazil during the 1980s. The term zouk translates into 'party' in the native Creole language, and is influenced by French, English and African language and culture. There are two different forms of zouk that are practiced: Caribbean zouk, which is felt in 2/2 time; and Brazilian lambada-zouk, which utilizes a 4/4 time signature with beats on 1, 3 and 4. Zouk's popularity has extended as far as the United States, France, Netherlands, and now accross Canada. 

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What is Kizomba Dance

KizombaKizomba is a dance and music genre originally from Angola. The term "kizomba" comes from the linguistic expression Kimbundo, which means "party". Kizomba as a dance was born on the 80's in Luanda (Angola), after major musical influences from Zouk (Antilles) and has its origin on Semba, a popular angolan music style. Classes and party every Friday.

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Belly Dance in Montreal

What is TangoBeledi (pronounced “BE-LE-DEE”) means “of the country” and is a style of Egyptian dance form the early 20th century which is still very popular. Thus, ‘Egyptian Beledi’ means ‘of the country of Egypt’. It came about when farmers moved to the city and began dancing in small spaces. The music also changed and Western instruments such as saxophone and acc ordian were used. Baladi is the most common style of dance in Egypt today and is used to dance to all sorts of music, including Western pop and Al Jeel. Women dance this style at haflas, weddings, at home and in clubs. It is seen on TV and in the theatre. It brings women together and can also be flirtatious and celebratory as well as emotional. At weddings "even people who never dance, the happiness in their hearts makes them stand up and dance the baladi dance". 

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