Champions Dance Sports Club
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Champions Dance Sports Club was created in 2006 to bring Ballroom and Latin dancing to every generation’s life from ages 4 to adults.
We offer dance classes and private lessons to children who wish to succeed as competitors or simply enjoy the social aspect of dancing.
Champions Dance Sports Club offers a wide variety of Ballroom and Latin dances for young children and teens. Kids can choose whether to learn how to social dance or a more challenging route to competitive training.
Our highly trained teachers with competitive background are fully accredited to help them succeed.
The Ballroom dances will introduce the young ones to the beauty of the traditional dances such as Waltz, Foxtrot, Quickstep, Tango and Viennese Waltz. In the Latin American field they will study Samba, Rumba, Cha-cha, Jive and Paso Doble.
Dancing and belonging to a dance community will keep children busy and out of the streets. Dancing will also keep them in a good shape and will contribute to a healthy life style.
Ballroom classes teach kids a lot about teamwork. Since it is based on partner dancing they will become familiar with the other gender and learn how to relate better to them. Ballroom dancing is for every generation.
For kids the main goal can be to become competitive dancers, establish a new hobby, set goals to work towards while they exercise.
Summer Camp Details
- Improve Your Technique – Ballroom and Latin dance practice sessions
- Staying Fit - Yoga with Didi Von Deck
- Self Defense – Karate sessions with teacher to be announced
- The Joy of Rhythm & Music – with Mr. Martin
- Movie Time – dance themed movies
- YouTube Video Analysis - Meet some of the best competitive dancers in the world
- Fine Tuning Your Skills - guest teachers, Istvan Cserven (Ballroom and Latin dance)
- Our Bones and Muscles; How a dancer uses the body – lesson with Armin Kappacher
- How to Avoid Dance Related Injury – lesson instructor to be announced
- Ready for a Competition? How to make our own hair/make up for competition
- Be a Better Partner; Learning to lead/follow
- Dance and fitness – Zumba with Inna
- Morning snacks provided – 10 A.M.
- Lunch provided - 1 P.M. (includes sandwich, milk/chocolate milk, fruit, & a variety of healthy food)
Allergies: If your child has food or environmental allergies please indicate on the attached form. Include details and medical information.
Illness: If your child has fever or shows symptoms of illness, please make sure he/she does not attend classes. In case your child gets sick during class, you will be asked to take him/her home.
Please meet some of our great teachers who will come to Champions!
Didi VonDeck as a Ballroom dancer with her partner represented the United States at 7 World Championships and were the first US representatives to the World Games. They were 5-time, undefeated US senior standard champions and were 3 time Open British (Blackpool) finalists. The love of dance may have been pivotal in her decision to become an orthopedic surgeon. Didi has an active orthopedic practice at the Cambridge Health Alliance. Didi is also a certified yoga teacher.
Armin Kappacher Is a former Austrian Latin champion whose passion is knowing the dynamics of the human body in motion and how it becomes a joyful expression in a dancer’s movement. Besides his extensive Latin training he also studied one of the leading massage therapies: Rolfing. Armin is a world known coach who runs international lectures for the top dancers in the world as well as the Latin trainer for the prestigious MIT Latin dance team.
Istvan Cserven enjoyed an extensive dance career in his native Hungary before moving to the United States. He held the amateur title of Hungarian Standard Champion, three-time Vice-Hungarian 10-Dance Champion, and was a member of the National Champion Latin Formation Team. For the next 11 years he coached competitive couples of all levels and ages, as well as the Hungarian Latin Youth Champions.
Judit Gaspar was 14 when she got introduced to ballroom dancing. Her team became undefeated Hungarian Champion in Latin American dances. Her best result with the team was 5th place in the World Championship. In 1997 she was invited to teach ballroom dancing in USA. She also danced professionally and represented Ireland for 2 years. She retired from competing in 2004 and established Champions Dance Studio in 2006. Her passion is to teach children. Now she wants to see the new generation grow with Ballroom dancing and enjoy all the benefits of belonging to a community.
Inna Dancarina is Director/Dance Instructor at Moves & Vibes Dance and Entertainment Co in Cambridge. Inna and her group frequently participate and organize social events for dancers. She is focusing on Brazilian dance forms as well as Salsa, Bachata and other popular club dances. Inna is a certified Zumba teacher for adults, kids and seniors.
Summer Camp hours: 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday through Friday
August 3- 14th, 2015
1-week: $ 350/week/child - $ 670/week/2 children
2-weeks: $ 680/2 weeks/child - $ 1,300/2 weeks/2 children
Registration down payment: $ 100/child - $ 200/2 children – due by March 31, 2015
Program cancellation: Any tuition paid is 100 % refundable until May 31, 2015. After May 31 no refunds.
165 Chelsea Street, Everett, MA, 02149 map
165 Chelsea Street, Everett, MA 02149
A 10-minute drive from Boston - Located on Rt 1 and Rt 16.
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