Above: Barb taught Casino Rueda after a performance at Latino Fest's Twenty Five Year Anniversary in Baltimore MD. 6/05
Above: Barb taught Cuban Salsa (Rueda) at the Philadelphia Salsa Congress with Athena, director of Salsita Dance Studio in Philly. 7/5/08
Above: Dance In Time rehearsing in Alexandria,
Above: Teaching at the "Barking Dog" Nightclub
in Bethesda, Maryland. 1/2/07
Above: Barb calls a Rueda move
Above: Barb Bernstein posing at the 2008 Philadelphia Salsa Congress.
Above: Performing at the Verizon Center in Washington, DC
Above: DanceInTime Rueda team performing at the US National Dance Championships in Northern Virginia. 10/06
Above: Some of the Verizon Center performers in DC.
Above: Sheena does Polynesian dancing.
Above: Some members of the American Dance Montage (Michele, Susan, Doug, and Fabio) do a swing routine in Wsahington DC at the Woodrow Wilson Plaza. The choreography was designed and kindly lent to DanceInTime's show by Frank Regan, director of the American Dance Montage.
Above: Performing at Zanzibars in Washington, DC. 02/09.
Is Cuban-Style Salsa
This lively and extremely social form of dancing is for you if you want to:
1. Learn many Salsa moves quickly.
Because Cuban style Salsa ("Rueda de Casino") is done by a group, people in the class feel connected, like a team.
In fact, a number of couples from our classes have became engaged or married!
(See the wedding photo on this page!) See the Classes page
for more details.
About the Instruction
The classes are patiently taught by Barbara Bernstein in conjunction with
teaching assistants. All the teachers are experienced Salsa/Rueda dancers
who kindly share their talent as instructors for DanceInTime.
How We Enhance And Tailor Our Performances
The performances that are arranged by DanceInTime sometimes
lace dance demonstrations with educational components, such as discussing the
history and underlying rhythm of the dances that are performed. This makes a
nice program that both informs and entertains.
DanceInTime can run shows as long as one to three hours or as short as a single song performance.
A Great Way to Practice Dance Steps
How would you like to have a dance teacher constantly "on hand" as you practice dance steps?
Barb created a CD titled "Rhythm Reminder" to help dancers
keep the beat. It has music with a "voice over" that counts the dancers'
beats just as teachers do in class----enabling them to concentrate on their
steps. It is excellent for dance practice. For more info, click here.
Above: DanceInTime team after performing at Zanzibar Nightclub in Washington, DC. 1/10/07
Above: celebrating Frank Regan's birthday (7/06) in Alexandria, VA with the American Dance Montage performers. Michele Kearney is expressing her appreciation for Frank's great direction. Barb prepared the cake - banana garnished with chocolate covered strawberries.
Above: Some members of the American Dance Montage collaborated with DanceInTime in a show outside the Ronald Reagan Building in D.C. 7/05
Above: The Baltimore Ravens' (football team) cheer squad at a "Salsa Team-Building" program conducted by DanceInTime. Spring 2008
Above: DanceInTime performed a combined Salsa and Cha Cha performance of their "Charlie's Angles Routine" at the Miami Salsa Congress, 2007
Above: The women's team from Danceintime at Zanzibar's Nightclub in Washington DC awaiting their performance time. 4/08
Above: DanceInTime posing before a Memorial Day performance in Gaithersburg, MD. 5/08
Above: DanceInTime Rueda team photo, 2/08
Above: New York Rueda dancers collaborated with DanceInTime dancers, 4/22/07. They are posing in Barb's yard after a "step exchange."
Above: Party at a Baltimore studio. 12/07
Last updated July, 2006
Copyright Barbara Bernstein of DanceInTime.com, 2005