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    Last updated on April 22, 2017 

    Students will learn West African Dances from Senegal, Mali, and Guinea. The class begins with a ½ hour warm-up, and progresses to energetic dancing. There are live drummers or recorded music.
    Clothing: Comfortable clothes, loose or stretchy. Lapa or Sarong optional, bare feet. STREET SHOES ARE NOT ALLOWED IN ANY STUDIO AT ANY TIME. This class offers a rich cultural heritage in the arts that has long been traditional sources of self-knowledge, community cohesion and spiritual communion. Come learn traditional dances, rhythms and songs from Senegal and Guinea, West Africa and at the same time explore the functions of these dances in relationship to your own life. Class warm-up informs African dance technique and includes working on core strength, stretch, stamina, grounding, community building and rhythmic sensibility.

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    Special Offers:

    Adult $12 drop-in or $40/monthly. Youth $5 drop-in or $15/monthly. Class is free for children taking class with an adult.

    Styles: African
    Categories:
    • Kids
    • Teens
    • Adults
    • Seniors
    Time: Friday's 6:30-8pm
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    2 Reviews on “West African Dance and Fitness”

    1. Kamesha Fofana Post authorWest African Dance and Fitness
      Overall Rating:
      5

      Your positivity and passion for what you do is such an asset on planet earth right now. Thank you for your generosity and openness. Keep inspiring and know that you are deeply appreciated!

    2. Kamesha Fofana Post authorWest African Dance and Fitness
      Overall Rating:
      5

      I am such a fan of Kamesha’s African dance class. Not being from that culture, I appreciate her stories and movements. She is instructive, patient, energetic, grounded and joyful. It’s one of the most well- attended classes here because of her great teaching and love of the culture. -Anonymous YMCA Student-

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