SCHEDULE

Monday
5:00 pm
Gold Latin
7 and up

5:00 pm
Pre-Bronze/Bronze Latin

6 and up

6:00 pm
Silver Latin
7 and up

7:00 pm
Teenagers

Tuesday
6:00 pm
Newcomer/Pre-Bronze Latin
7 and up

6:00pm
Beginner
4-6 yrs.

7:00 pm
Adult Latin Seminar

8:30 pm
Latin Rounds

Thursday
5:00 pm
Gold Standard
7 and up

6:00 pm
Newcomer/PreBronze Standard
7 and up

6:00 pm
Beginner
4-6 yrs.

7:00 pm
Junior Championship Latin

8:00 pm
Latin Rounds

Friday
5:00 pm
PreBronze/Bronze Standard
6 and up

6:00 pm
Silver Standard
7 and up

6:00 pm
Newcomer
6-8 yrs

7:00 pm
Teenagers

Saturday
Beginner Latin/Standard

No dance experience necessary. Introduces the fundamental understanding of music, basic syllabus figures, posture, coordination, arm/leg positioning and rhythm. Class builds discipline and proper group etiquette for students to enter the newcomer level.

Newcomer Latin/Standard

Students have over 1 or 1 ½ years experience dancing. Students have goals of competition, learn partnering skills and build a more advanced understanding of music and rhythm while adding more advanced choreography to their vocabulary.

Pre-Bronze Latin

Class for students with 2 or more years dance experience and currently competing. Students continue to learn new competitive skills including floor craft and know at least 6 dances between Latin and Standard Styles.

Bronze / Silver / Gold

Level depends on talent, drive and age. Vocabulary is restricted to closed syllabus competitive figures. Students know between 8-10 dances. Highly competitive environment. Classes focus on competitive skills and techniques.

Open Level (Open Gold, Novice, Pre-Champ, Champ)

Minimum of 4/5 years OR professional dance experience. Classes are geared towards high-level competitors and students driven and passionate about their craft. Focusing on style, long-term goals, the competitive field and performance skills.

Junior/Youth Seminar

Weekly Latin seminar taught by Eugene Katsevman and Maria Manusova. Classes are geared towards high-level competitors and students driven and passionate about their craft. Focusing on style, long-term goals, the competitive field and performance skills.

Adult Latin Seminar

Weekly Latin seminar taught by Eugene Katsevman and Maria Manusova. Classes touch base on a variety of subjects catering to every type of championship level dancer. From basic fundamentals and advanced open choreography to teaching techniques and performance strategies.

Adult Standard Seminar

Weekly Standard seminar taught by Marat Gimaev and Alina Basyuk. Classes touch base on a variety of subjects catering to every type of championship level dancer. From basic fundamentals and advanced open choreography to teaching techniques and performance strategies.

Evening Simulation Latin/Standard

Weekly practice sessions where competitors get together to rehearse their choreography for their next competition/performance, build endurance and solidify their floor craft and performance skills.

Benefits of Dance

Dancing is exercise!


Exercise produces endorphins that help fight depression, assist weight loss and the prevent illnesses such as obesity, diabetes and cardiovascular disease.

Dancing enriches cognitive learning in both children and adults!


According to the New England Journal of medicine report on the effects of recreational activities on mental acuity in aging; social dancing can help reduce rates of dementia and fight Alzheimer’s disease.

Dancing builds discipline!


To become a champion one needs to practice. Talent will only get you so far, so get yourself working and focus on your goals.

Dancing helps with social interaction.


For children especially learning how to interact with your peers over a commonly loved goal is a valuable learning experience when growing up that is often overlooked.

Dancing is fun!


Move your body to the rhythm of your favorite song is as rewarding for the dancer as it is for the audience. Find your soul and dance it out!

Dancing improves flexibility!


Those cool dance moves aren’t just for aesthetics, they also increase flexibility and reduce stiffness. Increasing your flexibility will also help ease joint pain and post-exercise soreness.