COMSADE DANCE



When you dance, your purpose is not to get to a certain place on the floor,
but rather to enjoy each step along the way.



Dancing is an aspect of life that can seldom be avoided, whether you are at home, at school, at work, at a party or event, if your 1 favorite song starts playing and the bass drops as expected, something in your bones orders you to move. The activation is easy, but the application at times may not be.

This is where COMSADE comes in! We bridge the gap between your dance activation and application, focusing on building rhythm, understanding movement and choreographing numerous easy to learn dances that will keep you dancing till the music stops!

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WHAT'S OUR STYLE?

HIP HOP



Hip hop dancing incorporates a variety of new and old urban dance styles, which represents body movements that go together with the beat and rhythm of the music. Dance steps usually involve high levels of concentration and improvisation, with jumps, fast shuffling and shifting of your feet, bouncing, rotating, and hand movements, energizing the rest of the body and enhancing the cardiovascular system to produce more oxygen.

Children are more likely to develop a stronger capacity to do other types of physical activities, also elevating their endurance level in the process. As a result of this, hip hop dance can be very good for a child’s health, assisting in weight loss, muscle development, improved flexibility and body balance, and even increasing energy levels, all while having so much fun!

SALSA



The music and dance styles of salsa developed simultaneously in the 1920s as various musical styles such as Mambo, African, and "Son Montuno" came together on the beautiful island of Cuba. The island was already a melting pot for various other types of Latin dance such as tango, mambo, and flamenco. Sensing a potential dance and music sensation, a local studio called Fania named the new sound "Salsa" and began spreading it through the island clubs and over the radio.

Some salsa styles are fast, almost frenetic, with whirling partner moves, while others seem more relaxed and sensual with elements of Argentine tango or slow rhumba in them. Salsa is usually a partnered dance with a lead and follow, dancing using improvisation of various movement combinations. While the music of salsa is distinctive, the moves are often derivative of other partner dances such as the tango, the mambo, the rhumba, or even swing dance techniques.

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