Bachata

Bachata is a social dance from the Dominican Republic in the Caribbean. The basic dance sequence is performed in a full 8-count moving within a square, consisting of three steps and then a tap or various forms of step syncopations (such as the “double step”). Bachata originally did not involve many turn patterns like salsa, but has evolved over the years, with many new variations including Bachata Moderna and Bachata Sensual.

Class Timetable

  Open Time Close Time Trainer Address
Saturday 1:00 pm 2:00 pm Phil and Meredith Dance Addiction, 1A Parkgate Ave, Belfast BT4 1JA.
Saturday 2:00 pm 3:00 pm Phil and Danielle Dance Addiction, 1A Parkgate Ave, Belfast BT4 1JA.
Saturday 8:00 pm 1:00 am Phil and Meredith Dance Addiction, 1A Parkgate Ave, Belfast BT4 1JA.
Saturday
1:00 pm - 2:00 pm - Phil and Meredith - at Dance Addiction, 1A Parkgate Ave, Belfast BT4 1JA.
2:00 pm - 3:00 pm - Phil and Danielle - at Dance Addiction, 1A Parkgate Ave, Belfast BT4 1JA.
8:00 pm - 1:00 am - Phil and Meredith - at Dance Addiction, 1A Parkgate Ave, Belfast BT4 1JA.

Phil started dancing by learning Salsa and he got addicted to dance, moving on to bachata and kizomba, as well as other styles such as zouk. He was obsessed with perfecting the art of movement, with a sharp technical mind and a great enthusiasm for helping others around him grow as dancers. Initially, Phil started as a student on the dance scene, and got into teaching when other students asked for lessons. His passion for dance is infectious and you can clearly see that in his classes. Meredith is originally from Seattle and has more than a decade of experience on the high calibre dance scene in the big city. She started training in Ballet and you can see this, with the style, grace and elegance she brings to her dancing. Her ladies styling is well sought after and something the Belfast dance scene is craving.

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