Orlando Bachata Sensual Dance CLASSES
A unique experience, focused on building perfect sensual bachata technique.
10 Hours of Workshops
3 Amazing Socials
Small group classes with top-tier instructors
How can you meet your social and fitness goals while learning a skill that will change your life?
Bachata is the fastest growing social dance, and one of the most popular musical genres, in the world. Learning to dance Bachata is a skill that will allow you to connect with people everywhere you go. Don't waste time learning dances and music that are on the decline, Bachata is taking over.
Our Progressive programs, are specially designed to teach people with ZERO experience how to dance. Improve your cardio, flexibility, creativity, and musicality with our focused approach on building a strong foundation. Check out our free class so you can try for yourself risk free.
what people say
Best Bachata instructors in Orlando hands down, if you want to learn technique and dance from two passionate instructors who live and breathe Bachata this is the place to go.
I’ve been dancing bachata sensual for several years and every time I train with them, I am just amazed at just how good they are at taking complex sensual movements and breaking them down into more simplistic and learnable pieces for students.
"Amazing dancers that have a passion in their teaching of group and private classes of Bachata Sensual style! ... I highly recommend Jovanny and Anastasia!"
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frequently asked questions
Rule #0 - Smell Good!By far the most important rule of being a great Bachata Sensual dancer - SMELL GOOD. Breath, body odor, perspiration control, etc. It is really unpleasant to dance with a stinky person, no matter how good they are! This includes being sweaty, if you know you sweat a lot, bring a towel to wipe your face, bring an extra shirt (or two), and if you continue to be sweaty just take a break and cool off.
Rule #1 - Nothing on the right sideBachata Sensual is often danced in close position, to avoid any awkward (or worse) scenarios, make sure this is nothing in your right pocket. For guys, make sure you move EVERYTHING to the left.
Rule #2 - Do the move yourselfBachata Sensual is famous for its shapes and figures that make it beautiful, but people often misunderstand how these shapes are accomplished and made beautiful! Leads - If you cannot do the move yourself, do not attempt to lead it. This is how roughness and injury happens. Only when you can lead a movement with your body will it be comfortable and achievable. To this end, practice your isolations and movements on your own so that you will have more ability. Follows - You also need to be able to complete these moves without a partner. Relying on a partner to accomplish your movements will not only make you difficult to lead, and limit the lead's options, but you will never LOOK good. The shapes look good when the follow can already do them well alone and use the lead to help them make it even more beautiful!
Rule #3 - Be PatientPeople learn Bachata Sensual for FUN, and everyone started somewhere. Be patient with your classmates, everyone learns at different rates, and everyone has different goals. Especially follows tend to lose their patience with the leads and want to move up in level before they are ready. Follows - We often hear you say, "When I go with the advanced guys I can do the move, but with the beginner guys I cannot do it." When you feel this way keep a few things in mind. In the beginning, leading is more difficult than following. Leads are learning how to dance and move their bodies, like you, but also learning to prepare ahead, have proper leading technique, and manage another person's body. While following is simpler in the beginning, LOOKING GOOD while following is difficult. In class you are learning how to follow and look good, not the patterns. Really focus in on the tension, weight transfer, and shapes, rather than the pattern. In social dancing you will not be tasked with remembering or executing a pattern. You are tasked with executing weight transfer, shapes, and tension. Remember rule 2! It feels good with more advanced dancers because they are taking on the responsibility for your success, often limiting their options. An advanced follow, like Anastasia, is able to go with the same beginner students and make the movements look good and make her partner feel good, she is able to add styling and embellishment so that even if her partner is not doing THE pattern, she is still dancing her dance.