Ballroom Fitness group class for singles
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Ballroom Fitness group class for singles

Ballroom Fitness group class

Get Tickets $10-$150
For Singles - Beginner. Salena loves to share her passion for Latin music and dancing through teaching Ballroom Fitness. She uses basic moves from Cha-Cha-Cha, Merengue, Salsa, Tango, Foxtrot and other popular dances to make her classes high on energy, easy to follow! Salena inspires her students to dance with total freedom and promises that you do NOT have to be a dancer to love her class. First class is $10 to try. It can be Free if you buy a 10 class punch card for $150 right after it.

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