Jayven Colon
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Jayven Colon

Jayven Colon is one of Yes Dance’s newest dance instructors. Having an Associates degree in Theatre Arts from Santa Monica College, and currently a Third Year Transfer student at UC Santa Barbara working on a BA in Theatre Arts as well as a minor in both Education and Creative writing. Jayven has had 4 years...

Hip-Hop
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Hip-Hop

Hip-Hop is an art form. I will fill this in later.

We are moving!
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We are moving!

A dream come true! We found our home and we will be moving on April 4 to our new Location at  Paseo Nuevo. We will expand our classes and hours of operations. We will include not only TANGO classess and milongas but also, zumba classes, meditation classes, west coast swing classes, belly dancing classes and...

Monica Dabos in the news
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Monica Dabos in the news

How a Salsa-Dancing Former Monk from Argentina Is Instilling Confidence and Wonder in Her Statistics Students A wonderful article was written by the American Statistical Association, highlighting the wonderful presence that is Monica Dabos! Check it out at this link Read full Article Here at AMSTAT

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We’ve Moved! Veteran’s Memorial Building, Upstairs.

    Join us on Tuesdays at the Veterans Memorial Building! Located at 112 W. Cabrillo Blvd., Santa Barbara, CA 93101 we will be on the 2nd floor bringing you a night of salsa and bachata dancing!!! The fun gets started at 7:00 for beginners, 8:00 for intermediate, then open dancing until 11:00!! Just $6 for general...

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INDEPENDENT: Yes, You Can Dance Salsa!

SOURCE: http://www.independent.com/news/2016/may/04/yes-you-can-dance-salsa/ Community Program Looking for New Digs While the gentrification of the Funk Zone brings in new businesses, it also squeezes out groups like Yes You Can Dance Salsa (YYCDS), a community program offering salsa lessons and social dancing at the affordable rate of $2. Previously at the Ayni Gallery, YYCDS brings together a community...

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Why Is Dancing So Good for Your Brain?

To take a trivial example, which of us ever undertakes laborious physical exercise, except to obtain some advantage from it? But who has any right to find fault with a man who chooses to enjoy a pleasure that has no annoying consequences, or one who avoids a pain that produces no resultant pleasure? But I...