Sundays - 4pm to 6pm
Come alone or bring a friend!
Salsa Vancouver Lessons
will learn Core Salsa and develop:
and strong body
Good Body Balance
Latin Dancing Styles:
Salsa, Bachata, Merengue, Cumbia, Cha Cha
Good of a Workout is Core Salsa, Really?
Salsa is a unique form of exercise because it provides the heart-healthy benefits
of an aerobic and core strengthening exercise while also allowing you to engage
in a social activity. And whether you like Cha Cha, Merengue, Bachata or Salsa,
the National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute (NHLBI) says that dancing
your risk of coronary heart disease
you manage your weight
the bones of your legs and hips
is especially stimulating to the mind, and one 21-year study published in the
New England Journal of Medicine even found dancing can reduce the risk of Alzheimer's
disease and other forms of dementia in the elderly.
value of maintaining rotational movement throughout the entire spinal column is
essential for dancing with power and sensuality. Vitality is achieved when your
core muscles are flexible and strong, thus allowing for the spinal cord to function
Core Salsa Training is a great way to help you achieve both.
It is easy to learn and simple to practice anywhere. Practicing Core Salsa daily
will restore flexibility and stability as well as enhance coordination for dancing
and sports. Dance your body into shape!"
Adra Heese, Fitness Trainer, Dancer.
only is dancing an exceptional way to let loose and have fun, but it also provides
some terrific benefits for your health. In fact, Mayo Clinic researchers
reported that social dancing helps to:
the study, participants over the age of 75 who engaged in reading, dancing and
playing musical instruments and board games once a week had a 7 percent lower
risk of dementia compared to those who did not. Those who engaged in these activities
at least 11 days a month had a 63 percent lower risk!
dancing was the only physical activity out of 11 in the study that was associated
with a lower risk of dementia. Said Joe Verghese, a neurologist at Albert Einstein
College of Medicine and a lead researcher of the study, "This is perhaps
because dance music engages the dancer's mind."
says dancing may be a triple benefit for the brain. Not only does the physical
aspect of dancing increase blood flow to the brain, but also the social aspect
of the activity leads to less stress, depression and loneliness. Further, dancing
requires memorizing steps and working with a partner, both of which provide mental
challenges that are crucial for brain health.
started Master Moves for one reason only, because I wanted to learn how to dance
Salsa. Being from North America, I never learner how to move my hips until I started
to exercise with Master Moves.
learned from dancing with Oswaldo how important it's to move my hips while keeping
good body posture
It gives you beauty and presence!"
Frances Preissl, Social Salsa Dancer
a Change in your habits
...Make a Difference in your life!
Dancers and non-dancers of all skill
Salsa Classes - Vancouver Salsa Lessons