Dancercise at Parque Mirador, Sosua
‘Emily Watson School of Dance’ held on Saturday afternoon, April 12 for the second time a dance marathon in the Parque El Mirador. At the park a stage was built and the street outside was used as a dance place. By four o’clock the dance marathon started. At the festival dozens of participants took part! The youngest was three years old and the oldest way over seventy. Emily and Carlos went on stage, assisted by a group of dancers, and showed the audience how to dance. Each dancer received a bottle of energy drink and it was necessary because it was very hot. Emily and Carlos demonstrated the reggaeton, salsa, bachata, merengue, hip hop and some other dance styles and dancers in the street just had to copy and follow. After two hours of non -stop dancing, with only a few drop-outs to regret, the marathon ended with loud cheers.
Then they had to wait for the jury results. The expert jury looked at the continuity, energy and the performance of the dance moves. At the end three certificates were handed out, one in each age group: child, teen and adult. The three winners also received a coupon for free Dancercise classes at the ‘Emily Watson School of Dance’. It was a fantastic afternoon and Emily and Carlos of ‘Emily Watson School of Dance’ promised the enthusiastic audience that they will do it again next year. Next year there will be another Dancercise Marathon in Sosúa.
Finally, the management of Casa Marina Beach / Reef and the municipality of Sosúa should be thanked for their support.
Source: Sosua News
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