SocaFit

LET’S DO US.2! SocaFit Dance Classes

Chantal Dos Santos
Chantal Dos Santos is back this year with a series of 3 SocaFit Dance Classes.

Carnival may have been canceled this year but we have one of Canada’s Cultural Ambassadors to lead us in a series of 3 SocaFit Classes!

Chantal Dee Chantal is a multidisciplinary artist with a focus on dance. She has been active in improvisation, Contemporary dance, Afro-Caribbean, and Oriental Dance in addition to a variety of world folk dances. Chantal is recognized by the Canada Council for the Arts as a Cultural Connector and has been funded by both the Ontario Arts Council and the Canada Council to undertake choreography projects in Canada and abroad. As a teacher, her course offerings have included: Holistic Bellydance, Afro-Caribbean Dance, Dance Improvisation, Movement Meditation, Supple & Strong: Hip and Pelvic Floor Training, and SocaFit. Chantal splits her time between Canada, Barbados, and Germany. Find out more about Chantal’s work at cdsmovement.com and under her stage name ‘Jomana’ at bellydancebarbados.com.
Chantal leading our Bellydance class last summer.
SocaFIT Loosen those hips with and wake up the pelvic floor basic movements from the Caribbean carnival tradition. A Soca dance party combined with strengthening and stretching for a full-body workout guaranteed to get you hot, hot, hot! (variations are given for both low and high impact).
Sign in on May 6, 13, and 20 at 7 pm Berlin, Germany time for an hour of heart-pumping, hip-swaying sweat-inducing fun as we learn Soca dance moves. Join one class for 10 euros or all three for 25 euros. Registration with payment is necessary to guarantee your spot. If purchasing a single class note the date with your payment. Zoom details will be sent after payment is received. Class size is limited to 50 participants.
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Brits in Sweden Won’t Face Post-Brexit Headaches With their Drivers

Source: The Local

British people resident in Sweden will be able to exchange their UK driving licences for an equivalent Swedish one, without needing to take a test, just as they could when the country was a member of the European Union, the country’s infrastructure ministry has decided.

Sweden last November ruled that British people would continue to be able to use their British licences in Sweden after the transition period ended on December 31st, regardless of whether they are resident in Sweden.It has now gone further, easing the way for Brits to get a Swedish licence.“Sweden and the United Kingdom have a close collaboration that we will continue to develop. Therefore, we are now moving forward with further simplifications of the rules for changing driving licences for the approximately 15,000 Britons who are registered in Sweden,” Sweden’s infrastructure minister Tomas Eneroth said in a press release.

Read the full story on The Local.

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