Salsa Rueda
Tutors: Kim Nelson
Length: 2nd semester Class Period Thursday, period 2

Description: Salsa rueda (translated "wheel") is a called dance performed in a circle, in which there are many different partner moves, group moves, combinations, and partner switching. It is high energy and a lot of fun. The calls are all in Spanish, which adds to the fun, but you don't need to to know any Spanish to dance rueda. The students will have the option of performing a salsa rueda at the CHAT Spring Showcase. This is a fun way to get some physical education credit!

The Rueda class will perform at the CHAT Spring Showcase performance. ($5 has been added to the supply fee to help cover showcase expenses.)

The Spring Showcase is Thursday, May 9, 2019.

Here is the Rueda performance from May, 2012:

Note: This is a 60 minute class. The tuition has been prorated accordingly.

Additional Note: There will be no class on March 28.  The tuition has been prorated accordingly.

Tutor: Kim Nelson graduated from Gustavus Adolphus College in St. Peter, Minnesota with a degree in math. She and her husband, Dave, have been dancing together for over 15 years and are currently members of a salsa rueda performance team that has performed across the Metro area as well as in Wisconsin, Chicago, San Francisco, and Jamaica.

Level: Grades 8-12 or tutor approval
Prerequisite: none
Homework: none
Text: none
Supplies: $5