Well folks, we have 50 days till the Seattle Kizomba Semba Camp in March... can you believe it?

I'm so excited to share this weekend with everyone, especially with all the folks that have been on this journey with me from the very beginning. As I'm getting ready for another big weekend with Ivo and Shani (Details here), I'm already thinking about how to help everyone understand what a difference this weekend can make in your dancing.

There's been one question that's been asked of me several times so I'll start this blog with an answer for that.  I'll be compiling an FAQ section in the next few weeks. In the meantime, here's some food for thought. 

Is this weekend just like another congress?

NO - its not. 

First of all, this is not a weekend for hundreds of people. This is a weekend for a group of people that would like to invest in their love of kizomba, meet other like-minded dancers  and learn from some of the best in the business about kizomba foundations, musicality and the different aspects of the dance. There are no performances or shows: just dancing, instruction and some time to check out Seattle with new friends or on your own,

Second, you will be able to get more targeted instruction over the course of the weekend. Each of the two different tracks will bring together dancers with similar skill levels and goals, This will allow the instructors to collaborate over the course of the weekend to provide you with information and experience that can help you to take your dancing to the next level. Not only that, you will be with the same group of people in your tracks so you'll get a chance to know your fellow campers as you learn and discover things together. The whole weekend provides you 10 hours of instruction and at least 12 hours of dancing across three days and nights. Instruction will not be disjoint. There will be continuity in the content and material because the instructors will be working together to provide you with what you need to improve and grow even after the weekend is over. 



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