Boise 2021 flamenco Classes

Due to concerns of community spread of Covid, these these Classes have been postponed until further notice.

For information on how to join a live Zoom Flamenco class please contact Stephanie Laishi  nwfcollective@gmail.com

Fort Boise Community Center Register for with Boise Parks & Recreation today!

Absolute Beginner Wednesdays

Afternoon 1:15-2:15pm

700 Robbins Rd, BoiseID 83702

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Call 208 608 7680 Or Walk in Registration at desk

For Registration please call 208 608 7680

Class Descriptions:

Flamenco Introduction
Imagine a world where Bull Fighters strut in an arena, Gypsies dance with twirling wrists and graceful arms around a sparkling river, or where a Spanish Señorita moves as elegantly and naturally as a ballerina while dancing among friends. This is the world of Flamenco, where every person, no matter what shape or body type can discover their inner strength and grace in dance. Lead by Estefanía, class participants will learn basic foot steps, body positioning, and the flow of arm/hand movement. No choreography for this class. Repetition of steps to a passionate fiery Flamenco song list will keep our focus on dancing for fun while building our self-confidence and coordination. Partner not required for this class                                                                                                                                     
 Class attire: Comfortable pants-yoga pants, clothing that stretches and allows you to move easily. Full skirt, floor length cotton skirt is good. Shirt can be form-fitting, loose or leotard. For class we recommend comfortable flat shoes, breathable canvas. Socks/bare feet are fine. Shoes with a low wide hard heel are acceptable. Character shoes and flamenco shoes are acceptable. No flip-flops. Think easy for balance. The steps are simple, but we repeat them a lot it can be considered a light aerobic workout. Bring water bottle.

 Escuela de Ritmo  We believe that Flamenco, Southern Spain’s traditional music and dance, when shared by the master artists or elders of it’s community, is a cultural treasure accessible to everyone. Anyone that is curious about Flamenco is welcome to join our community.

Our location is based in Boise, Idaho

and in

Jerez de La Frontera Spain

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