Salsa Dancing in San Diego Coming Back to Life Amidst COVID 19 Restrictions

Saturday, July 11, 2020

It’s been a rough year for lots of things but the salsa dance scene has been especially hit hard with so many closures of venues and opportunities to dance. Luckily we are beginning to see signs of life again in our salsa world as we all navigate the new restrictions.

Leading from the front are the dance companies and studios that represent the life blood of our close knit scene. Using innovative methods and being respectful of new safety protocols these small businesses are bringing back the salsa dance we’ve all been missing.

A great example of this is Majesty in Motion who recently put out this new video that explains some of the new procedures they’ve put in place to help keep people safe as they dance:

Between the re-openings of physical studios to the continuation of virtual classes that we’ve seen around San Diego there are great opportunities to find dance again.

Majesty in Motion, Deseo Studios and Ooh La La Dance Academy are some great options to check out to satisfy your need to dance.

Take care and see you all on the dance floor (hopefully soon!)

John ;-)

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Salsa Dancing in the Age of COVID 19: Keeping Your Passion Alive Through Online Virtual Resources

Wednesday, March 18, 2020

During this unprecedented Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak it seems as though every part of our normal routines have been upended. Just a few weeks ago we had regular social dancing but with recent government mandates most if not all gatherings have been cancelled. Worst yet many people are in total quarantine without any indication of when all this will change.

I thought it would be helpful to provide some helpful local resources and ideas for continuing your passion of dance from where ever you are, lock down or not.

Many if not all dance studios here have begun the process of offering their salsa lessons online through video instruction. From Deseo Dance to Ooh La La and others they are extending many of these new resources directly from their websites and leveraging platforms like Facebook and YouTube to keep connected with students.

Many of these resources have the added benefit of being provided live in real time with the instructors responding to viewer generated inquiries. Here is a sample from Deseo Dance’s Serena Cuevas today:

As we see more local studios adding live content and offerings virtually it will be interesting to see the support from the community. As with many artists during this time it will be the local dance community that keeps the spirit of dance alive through the help of talented instructors. If you know of any other resources you’d like me share please send me a message via email and I’ll help spread the information as best I can.

Please be safe during this difficult time and stay positive. For you that pray, St. Vitus (Patron Saint of Dancers), pray for us…

John ;-)

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