Guess who's back in town?
Samir Bandoago will be offering an Afrobeats class on Saturday, Feb 3, 2018 to raise money for Botiminto.
1:15 Class Begins
2:45 Class Ends
3:00 chat/clear out/clean up
Cost: $20 before hand / $25 on the day of the workshops
WHAT IS AFRO?
We just dance to Afrobeats! Its a solo dance, no partner require. Just be willing to let loose and have fun and move to Afrobeats.
ABOUT BOTIMINTOBotiminto means for the sake of tomorrow in Bissa, the language spoken in Zigla-Koulpélé, a small village in Burkina-Faso. Botiminto aims to motivate and incentivize students, especially those in primary, elementary and high school, to see education as the most viable way out of poverty. Many students face obstacles in their daily lives that hinder their academic success, thus creating an environment for them to prosper and motivating them to succeed would be invaluable.
ABOUT CENTURY BALLROOM
The Century Ballroom was founded in 1997 to promote social dancing of all kinds. Their community of instructors, staff and clients welcome and encourage any and everyone to come out dancing.
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.
Thursday, January 25, 2018
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