CLASS DESCRIPTIONS Edilson Lima

BEGINNERS SAMBA:

This class introduces students to the basic samba step as well as learning to coordinate body movements with the fast rhythms of Brazilian samba music. This is great class for first-time students and for returning students who want extra practice before trying out the next level. "Never a dull moment!!!"

INTERMEDIATE SAMBA:

This class is an essential bridge between the beginning and advanced classes. It adds twists, turns, shakes and style to the motions and basic samba step taught in the beginning class. "It is fast paced and fun."

ADVANCED BATUCADA:

This class is a high energy class that teaches advanced techniques and choreographies to the fast rhythms of Batucada (percussion) music typically played for CARNAVAL. "Guaranteed to make you sweat." *This is an advanced level class and is not recommended for beginners.

2013 CLASS SCHEDULE

Every Wednesday at the Latin Rhythms Studio ( 210 Racine St )

Class starts at 7:05 ends at 8:05


Fitness Brazil Cardio Dance classes at the World a Gym Fitness Center ( 909 West Montrose )

Classes starts at 7:45pm on Tuesdays and at 7:00pm on Thursdays.

DROP INS WELCOME!

HOW DO I START?

TWO WAYS TO GET STARTED!

1-Registering, come to the Dance Center Chicago, at the time of your preferred class. Payment is due upon registration. Cash or personal checks accepted. Please make checks payable to Edilson Lima.

2-Trying out a class for a one time fee. (Once per session)

LOCATIONS

WHERE TO FIND US:

Latin Rhythms - Academy of Dance & Performance
210 N. Racine, Chicago, IL 60607 - (312-733-2623)
www.latinrhythmsdance.com

World Gym
909 W Montrose Ave Chicago, IL 60613
www.worldgymchicago.com

FAQ's

WHAT ELSE DO I NEED?

Q: Do I need a partner?
A: No, class is based on an individual's progress in a group setting.

Q: What should I wear?
A: You should wear something comfortable that allows you to move freely. Fitted clothing may also help you to see your movements. Ladies may also want to try dancing in heels.

Q: How long will it take me to learn how to dance?
A: Dancing is a continuous learning process and each individual learns at a different pace. Students may have different goals in mind when they come to the studio. Edilson pays close attention to individual as well as group progress and teaches accordingly.

In addition to classes sessions, we encourage all of our students to test out their new samba skills and join us for fun when Chicago Samba plays at various locations.

** Please direct further class inquiries to info@edilsonlima.com