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Salsarabia Jordan & Pulse Dance School

  Founded by Nisreen Matalka in 2003, Salsarabia Jordan was the first dancing school dedicated to salsa. In 2008 pulse dance school expanded to Tango, Hiphop,  Merengue, Oriental, Zumba, Zumba tomic and Wedding dances.

 Over the last six years, Nisreen has taught nearly 1,000 students, some of whom have gone on to set up their own salsa schools in Amman. Salsarabia Jordan and PulseDanceSchool have hosted and organized hundreds of shows and workshops across the country. During its lifetime, Salsarabia Jordan and PulseDanceSchool have been embraced by the community. For this reason, we have endeavoured to give back.

 Charity is an important part of work for Nisreen Matalka and her dance school. One of the principal causes we have supported has been fighting cancer. Nisreen has also dedicated her spare time to teaching dance to cancer patients, mainly children –sometimes in the Intensive Care Unit itself.

On Facebook, PulseDanceSchool and Nisreen Matalka have an estimated 1,500 followers.

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Knowledge base

Why Should YOU Dance?

 Dancing can be magical and transforming. It can breathe new life into a tired soul; make a spirit soar; unleash locked-away creativity; unite generations and cultures; inspire new romances or rekindle old ones; trigger long-forgotten memories; and turn sadness into joy, if only during the dance.

 “Everything in the universe has rhythm. Everything dances.”

Maya Angelou

 “There are short-cuts to happiness, and dancing is one of them.”

Vicki Baum

 “While I dance I cannot judge, I cannot hate, I cannot separate myself from life. I can only be joyful and whole. That is why I dance.”

Hans Bos

“When you dance, your purpose is not to get to a certain place on the floor. It’s to enjoy each step along the way.”
Wayne Dyer

 “Get up and dance, get up and smile to the days that are gone in the shortest while.”

Simon Fowler

 “Great dancers are not great because of their technique; they are great because of their passion.”

Martha Graham

 “The body says what words cannot.”

Martha Graham

 “Dance is life. Stillness is love. Together, they are everything.”

Debbie Nargi-Brown

 “If you can walk you can dance. If you can talk you can sing.” 

Zimbabwe Proverb

   LETS DANCE TO HEALTH, frequent dancing apparently makes us smarter. A major study added to the growing evidence that stimulating one’s mind can ward off Alzheimer’s disease and other dementia

 LETS DANCE TO KEEP THE BODY FIT, dancing can give you a great mind-body workout. Researchers are learning that regular physical activity in general can help keep your body, including your brain, healthy as you age.

 LET’S DANCE TO SOCIALIZE, Dancing is a social activity. Studies have shown that strong social ties and socializing with friends contribute to high self-esteem and a positive outlook. Dancing provides many opportunities to meet other people. Joining a dance class can increase self-confidence and build social skills. Because physical activity reduces stress and tension, regular dancing gives an overall sense of well-being.

 LET’S DANCE TO BURN CALORIES, Dancing can burn as many calories as walking, swimming or riding a bicycle.  During a half hour of sustained dancing you can burn between 200 and 400 calories.

 LETS DANCE TO RELAX AND HAVE FUN, dance has also become, essentially one of the magic remedies for redirecting one’s focus. If you’re concerned about work, your family or your massive to-do list, while you are dancing, your worries seem to disappear. The social benefits of dance have also had a hand in decreasing stress. As you build friendships and participate in the group activities, this promotes relaxation and confidence throughout your life.

WHAT IS SALSA?

“Well, the salsa is and has always been Cuban music

Salsa is normally a partner dance, although there are recognized solo forms, line dancing (suelta), and Rueda de Casino where groups of couples exchange partners in a circle

Salsa dancing is done on eight-beat music, with dancers moving on three beats, pausing for one beat, dancing for three beats, and pausing for one beat. The movement style is left-right-left-pause, then right-left-right-pause. Salsa dancing is mostly a stationary dance, with little movement around the dance floor. Instead, dancers rely on the subtle movement of their legs and upper bodies to convey the energy of the dance.

In addition to the basic stylistic variations of on one and on two, there are a number of major schools of salsa dancing style. The main on one styles are LA style, Colombian style and Cuban style. The main on two styles are ballroom mamba, en clave and palladium two

 

 WHAT IS BACHATA?

 Bachata is a type of music and dance originally created in the rural countryside’s of the Dominican Republic. Similar to the blues, bachata music is often sad, relating tales of heartbreak and bitterness. Bachata dancing is relatively up-tempo though, and consists of basic back and forth or sideways motions. Because of its history as a dance between lovers, there are many sensual hip and body movements, with the opportunity for dance partners to move very close to each other.

 

WHAT IS MERENGUE?

 Merengue was controversial because it was popular among the rural poor, used African rhythms, and often had racy lyrics. Throughout the first few decades of the 20th century, merengue became increasingly respectable and accepted by the upper classes of the Dominican Republic, with the help of professional ballroom musicians and innocuous lyrics.

Merengue dancing as traditionally performed is characterized by a stylized limping step, known as paso de la empalizada, or the “pole-fence step.” Legend tells that the style was developed to imitate or flatter a wounded war hero or government leader who danced with a limp. The empalizada causes the dancers’ hips to sway, and ideally, partners’ hips move in sync with each other throughout the dance. A couple may perform slow turns, dance sideways, circle each other, and turn independently.

WHAT IS TANGO?

The exact origins of the Tango are not clear, but it does go back well over 100 years. Beginning just before the 20th Century, the Tango evolved, in Buenos Aires, Argentina, and in Montevideo, Uruguay. ‘The Tango’, is Argentina’s (and Uruguay’s) contribution to the world of dance. The original Candombe rhythms were heard in both cities, and the “Tango’ was, and still is, a part of both cultures.

 

 

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0799015741 , 0796027619

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