The study of Classical Ballet involves ensuring a correct physio-morphological development through the gradual methodological approach of the technique.

The search for a continuous improvement of classical gesture and athletic level is only obtained by constant and continuous work, characterised by progress.

The study of Contemporary Dance develops in a different direction to that of Classical Dance, but is similar in its didactic approach and in the concentration that encourages "free movement".

We look to instil in the participants with the technical and expressive ability that allows them to dance with vigour and agility, with controlled relaxation while maintaining a focus on the natural embodiment of one’s feeling of movement.

Flamenco was born as a style of music and dance in Andalusia before even the 15th century. It was influenced by nomadic gypsies and spread throughout Spain, becoming part of its culture.

Its main forms of expression are: Baile (dance), Cante (singing) and Toque (guitar/cajon). There are more than 40 Palos (styles) with Compas (different rhythms), of which the main ones are: Buleria, Solea, Fandango, Alegria, Tango, Rumba, Seguiriya, etc.

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The courses are intended for anyone interested, beginner or intermediate, and range from the fourth grade all the way up to adults. The courses will be carried out in small classes of up to 8 people, following a modern, captivating, and extremely engaging teaching method.

It is a dance technique characterised by great vitality, where movement, music, sensation and interpretative strength coexist in joyful union.

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This course is a playful recreational training preparatory to classical or modern dance, designed specifically for children, who are stimulated and assisted through playful proposals, allowing space for the development of their potential.

Games and exercises related to rhythm, space and body perception are introduced in a visual language relevant to their age, to deepen the natural joy of movement, to increase awareness of oneself in relation the other classmates and to reinforce confidence in oneself and others.

There are five Latin American dances, born from popular tradition and thus codified according to the technical criteria of European artistic culture: Samba, Cha-cha-cha, Rumba, Pasodoble and Jive.

From amateur to competition level, these disciplines with their unique characteristics allow couples of all ages and levels to experience unique moments together.

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The Lindy Hop is an African American dance, born in Harlem just before the Wall Street collapse in 1929. It is brought to life in the movements and spirit typical of social dance, which never fails to make the participants smile and have fun. All the main figures will be taught step by step, including their possible variations. Though danced mostly in pairs, formed by a leader and a follower, there are however routines that require the execution of solo steps.

The Argentine Tango is a popular social dance that was born and developed in Buenos Aires at the end of the 1800s.

The fundamental elements that characterise this form is the communication between the couple and improvisation.

From the union of these two elements a hugely creative dance is born, based on a strong reciprocal and musical awareness from which unique and unrepeatable moments continuously arise, which take the couple to another level of connection and creative exchange.