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MONDAY"S 11am-12:15pm Indoor Class

San Fernando Valley Japanese American Community Center

12953 Branford St,

Arleta, CA 91331

(818) 899-1989

Beginners to advanced welcomed

 

TUESDAY's & THURSDAY'S HULA BASICS

Thursday 10am - 11am

Instructor: Regina

Location: Sierra Madre Senior Center

222 W Sierra Madre Blvd.

Sierra Madre, CA 91024

Friday 10am-11:15am Outdoor Classes

Sierra Madre Sr. Center

222 Sierra Madre Blvd,

Sierra Madre, CA 91024

626.355.7394

Beginners to advanced welcomed

Instructors:

Barbara Dempsey

Melinda Leeka

Regina Barradas

 

GERMANY

In Studio

STUDIO TANZLiEBE

Instructor

Melanie Schmõller Deutschland

Sprach: Deutsch

Wegscheider Str. 60 a

D-94139 Breitenberg

Phone: +49 151 72215800

e-mail: info@tanzliebe.de

MONDAY'S 11AM - 12:15pm

Beginners to Advanced Welcomed

Instructor - Barbara Dempsey

San Fernando Valley Japanese American

Community Center

12953 Branford St,

Arleta, CA 91331

(818) 899-1989

 

You must become a member of the SFVJA community center for an annual fee of $55. The organizations and clubs of the SFVJACC makes this location our home away from home!  

Tuesday's & Thursday's  10AM - 11AM

Hula Basics with Regina

Location:

Sierra Madre Senior Center

222 W Sierra Madre Blvd, Sierra Madre, CA 91024

 

If you have never danced hula before but have always wanted to, or, you have danced before but just want to brush up and fine tune your basic steps, this is the class for you!

 

  • Walk-ins are always welcome.

  • No registration needed.

  • Classes may be held outdoors, so please dress accordingly.

  • Beginners are encouraged to join this slower paced class

FRIDAY'S 10am - 11:15am 

Hula Basic's Class Recommended

Location:

Sierra Madre Senior Center

222 W Sierra Madre Blvd, Sierra Madre, CA 91024

Instructors

Barbara, Melinda, Regina

Classes are held both indoor & outdoors, so please dress accordingly. 

 

  • No registration necessary

We do a live performance in the local community throughout the year. It is our way of "paying it forward".  All performances are done on a voluntary basis and for non-profit. During the "off" season, we continue to rehearse and perform so our hips, knees, mind and joints don't get rusty! 
Live performances are for the shear joy of dancing. It doesn't matter what your age is or the number of classes you've taken.. We all perform for the fun, exercise, and friendships formed in class, and most importantly, to share the aloha spirit with others.
You don't have to be perfect to perform.,.that's what makes Aloha Allure Dance & Finess so perfectly fun!
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