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Each week, (usually on Monday) we'll be posting a video we find interesting enough to share on our website. Just think of it as a way for us to help you see videos that otherwise might go unnoticed. Most of the videos we'll be posting are brand new. We'll leave those heavily-visited videos for you to find on your own.
JSmoothSalsa has a new address. Unfortunately, most people will be disappointed at where it's at.
Back in 2002 when we first started our first salsa lessons, there were maybe just two other places that taught salsa lessons regularly in San Jose. Back then we didn't have Yelp or Google maps to let us know about the available salsa lessons. Word simply spread by word-of-mouth. The salsa community was quite small.
I just came back from the annual Reno Bachata Festival and boy was it a blast. Every year brings something interesting and as one of the judges for the week-long competitions, there's always something to learn.
I know many of you are sad that we're not offering our free Salsa Thursdays anymore, and probably even more sad that we're not offering any weekly salsa lessons in San Jose. However we need to go where we're most needed and currently Sonoma County needs us the most. We still offer lessons at special events in the San Jose, so if you would like to be kept in the loop stay subscribed or visit our website.
It's a bit early to announce but we plan to re-start our annual Beach Party in Santa Cruz, first weekend in August. Check back again later for that!
Jimmy Bui Dance Instructor J Smooth Salsa A Smooth Dance Organization
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J Smooth Salsa is a division of Smooth Dance Co., a registered non-profit.
PO Box 902, Cotati, CA 94931 | 408-550-6182
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Some Quick Verbal Advice...
If you want to be the best in dancing, you'll need to do more than take weekly lessons. Practice your basics outside of class so that you don't forget it after a week.
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Last modified on Thursday, 02 May 2013 19:15