|20th March 2018|
|7pm - 9pm|
Scottish Youth Theatre
The Old Sheriff Court Brunswick Street, Glasgow City Centre G1 1TF
|Event organiser/part of Dance House Glasgow|
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Reggaeton dance is highly influenced by Reggaeton music style, which is a combination of Cuban and Jamaican music mixed with Latin American Dancehall. Reggaeton focuses on isolating different body parts, getting low and heavy and beat-driven moves. In these classes you will learn typical movements in Reggaeton style, so get ready to get down, shake, shimmy and sweat!
Wear comfy clothes you can move in and lots of water!
This class is part of a series of workshops presented by Dance House Glasgow as part of the Spring Programme. For more information on these and all of our other classes, please visit our website:http://www.dancehouse.org/classes/
Pirita Tuisku – Tutor Bio
Pirita Tuisku is a Finnish dancer, choreographer, dance and aerial yoga teacher based in Edinburgh, Scotland. She has worked for organisations such as Dance Base, Neu Reekie , Surraa Productions and Oulu Dance Academy. The international dance artist also runs her own dance school, Cross Move Company, in Finland. Versatile and energetic, Pririta has a decade of experience working in different fields in dance, including her main styles of Contemporary, Reggaeton and Hip Hop.
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