Its been a little quiet on the home front as the new year celebrations have ended and everyone is slowly coming back from vacations, trips, holidays and eye surgery (that's me :) and you can read that side story here).
So, let's get this party going!!!
We have our first dance of 2013 at Wad's coming up on Friday, January 25th (information here).
Quickly following that, Ivo Vieira and Shani Mayer will be visiting Seattle for the first time February 1 - 3 to share their knowledge and love for the dance. We'll have a weekend full of kizomba so come out for some or all of it and bring your friends with you.
The weekend will begin with 2013's first 1st Friday Kizomba Dance (2/1) at the Century Ballroom in East Hall. There will be another dance on Saturday night (2/2) at LimelightAND weekend workshops on Saturday and Sunday (2/2 - 2/3). We have a few visitors from out of town - our friend in Vancouver BC and the Tri-Cities will be coming so get you kizomba groove ready because its going to be a loaded weekend.
Following that on 2/9, Kenny Davis-Ntolla will be visiting from Montreal. There will be a welcome party and dance to kick things off on Friday 2/8. Following a night of dancing, he will be teaching workshops on Afro-Cuban fusion, Salsa and Kizomba on Saturday 2/9 at the Salsa N Seattle Studio.
That's a triple header folks (um, in case you're not a sports fan, that's a sports reference) - three weekends in a row.
Stay warm out there! HUGS
PS Don't forget to check out Kizomba Seattle and Kizomba Seattle Exchange on Facebook.
Welcome to Kizomba Seattle! This is where you will find information about events, classes and other things Kizomba in the Seattle dance community. We also have a facebook page where you will be able to connect locally to other kizomba dancers and to other pockets of Kizomba dance enthusiasts in the US and around the world. Explore the site and don't forget to join our Kizomba Seattle group on facebook.
"An embrace means I don't feel threatened by you, I'm not afraid to be this close, I can relax, feel at home, feel protected and in the presence of someone who understands me. It is said that each time we embrace someone warmly, we gain an extra day of life."
A quote from Paul Coelho (one of my favorite authors) that describes for me what dancing kizomba is like.
Tuesday, January 22, 2013
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