Today’s Dabble Drop-In is brought to you by guest blogger, Sarah Magana!
Sarah loves Dabble (a lot) because it gives her the opportunity to try new things and visit new places all over Chicago. Sarah is a freelance social media consultant and web content writer. She spends a lot of time with her fiancé and their Boxer, Horatio. You can find her on Instagram @sarahmagana.
And now, we turn it over to Sarah:
“I decided to come to Beginner Bachata Dance with my fiancé because we’re not the greatest dancers and we want to get better. We’re getting married in Mexico later this year and had been toying around with the idea of taking latin dance classes.
I was excited to see this class available on Dabble because it allowed us to try something new without having to commit to a full series of weekly dance lessons. The founder of Duet Dance Studio, Szewai, had great reviews and I’d been dying to learn Bachata!
Best of all, the instructors were fun, patient, and knowledgeable. They really knew how to connect with the class and there was ample time during short breaks to ask individual questions (and refill your drinks because it was BYOB)! It was an awesome evening.”
Dabble Drop-In: Tips For Beginner Bachata Dance Class:
Come to this class with… no inhibitions and your favorite drink!
Use this class to… learn the basic steps of Bachata and have a ton of fun.
You’d be surprised that… you’re able to learn the moves so easily with the help of the fantastic instructors.
Come prepared with… comfy shoes that you can dance in. This is not the time to try out those new pair of heels! You’ll want to be comfortable so you can focus on your footwork.
Appropriate hashtag… #bachataNbooze
What to do in the area… West on North is a few doors down and their kitchen is open late, which is perfect because class gets out around 10pm. Or grab a delicious Cuban Sandwich before the class at Señor Pan Café.