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* ALL Classes have LIMITED SPACES due to the current COVID-19 restrictions *
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* NO DROP INS allowed at this time **
We appreciate your support and understanding and look forward to seeing you soon!
Even if you have 2 left feet
We Saraleno Dance Company strive to promote dancing as a way to improve lives and to experience joy and happiness. Our mission is to create a welcoming space, to connect the bridge between individuals and groups of all levels. We always aim to lead with love, compassion, understanding and acceptance. We build connections through creativity, respect, learning and having fun with a great community that feels like family.
Our welcoming and supporting environment always creates a light and at ease feeling that helps the students whether beginners or intermediate to learn effectively with less pressure.
Whether you are looking for a new hobby, honing your skills, exercise, social interaction, and self expression; our supportive dance family is always ready to help in welcoming you.
Benefits of Dancing:
Healthier Body and Mind
Increase Confidence and Posture
Improve Life Outlook
Express Creativity and Style
Inspiration and to Inspire
Emotional Well Being
Relieve Stress and Anxiety
Acquire New Skills and Hobby
Create Connections and Friendships
Relaxation from Music
Enhance Social Etiquette
Discipline and Gracefulness
Coordination and Balance
Sarah was born and raised in England and had a natural love for dance from a young age. She found a strong connection with Bellydance which grew into teaching and performing around the World. With her love of travel she spent many visits to the Dominican Republic where she studied, learned and fell in love with the dance Bachata. After transferring with her employment to America in 2011 she decided to give up her job and follow her Dance passion.
Galeno was born in the Philippines. At the age of 17 he moved to America having no interest in dance. That was until he took on a counseling job in a summer camp requiring him to participate and help the youth perform ballroom dances on stage. Unexpectedly, he found he liked Salsa. The students told him that he can really shake his "hips" and even though he was embarrassed he always remembered that moment. From there he decided to pursue his new found passion.