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Cortijo Romero
Cortijo Romero

Flamenco Dance: Power And Passion

Let go, be proud, show off and enjoy it - whatever your age or shape!

From Saturday Sep 22, 2018 to Saturday Sep 29, 2018
Book before 22/03/2018 only £650.00
Book before 22/06/2018 only £680.00
Later £710.00

Availability: YES

Improve your co-ordination, grace and strength and - through this majestic and powerful dance - find the freedom and confidence to be comfortable with yourself physically and emotionally. All human moods and feelings can be included and expressed in flamenco, which is both a way of celebrating yourself and a highly enjoyable social activity.

Classes start with a technique section to warm up by learning various footwork exercises, building strength and stamina. They also cover posture, arm exercises, rhythm, choreography and improvisation. Particular attention is given to grasping the very special spirit of flamenco.

There will be an optional extra visit to a local restaurant for an evening meal, where you can also experience an authentic flamenco performance.

Course Leader

Ana Duenas Leon
Ana is a professional Flamenco dancer and teacher who is a warm and encouraging teacher. She has performed throughout the world, as well as running a successful Flamenco school in Brighton. Ana creates a supportive and fun atmosphere and is passionate about giving a clear understanding of flamenco. As well as her teaching and performing, she has instructional DVDs and downloads that sell throughout the world. (Se habla español.)



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People Say…

"Brilliant! Just the right amount of hours spent dancing and I loved the approach. Tutor Brilliant! Anna is a wonderful teacher - I feel priviledged to have been able to come on this course. Food Excellent! Really lovely. I like the fact its vegetarian even though I eat some meat."

Rowan McOnegal