Scarlet Moriarity of Dance Vancouver

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Instructor in Salsa

Contact Info:
Phone: 778-229-3002

Email: info @ dancevancouver.ca
Web: dancevancouver.ca

Weekly Group Classes:
For more information on weekly group
classes visit the 
Dance Vancouver Class Page

Private Lessons (private instruction
for one or two people):

For one person: $80 per hour for first time,
$70 per hour follow-up sessions
For two people: $90 per hour for first time,
$80 per hour follow-up sessions
(Prices are for instruction only and do not include studio rental fee)

About Scarlet:

Scarlet’s abilities, experience and accolades far exceed her youthful age. Before being introduced to Latin dances by her parents at the age of 15 in her native Mexico, Scarlet already had experience in dances such as Modern, Mexican Folklore, Jazz, Tap and more significantly Cheer – a squad in which she captained and helped lead to National level competitions. Within her first year of dancing Salsa, Scarlet became an instructor and performer for her father’s Salsa dance company, Impulso Latino in Acapulco, Mexico.
By sixteen, Scarlet was performing at International Salsa Congresses and began training with many of Mexico’s most renowned Salsa dance companies including, Salsa Caliente, Danzantillando, Rumba Atzeca, Pa’La Rumba, Salsa Na’Ma, as well as a stint abroad with renowned San Francisco Bay Area instructors John and Liz of Salsamania.
More recently, Scarlet competed in the 2010 World Salsa Latin Cup in San Diego in the On 2 division. The 2010 WSLC Competition is regarded as the most highly contested Salsa competition ever. Partnered with John Narvaez, she competed against the likes of 5 time World Champions Oliver and Luda (Australia), as well as two-time World Champions Luis and Anya (San Francisco and New York), and countless other World and National Champions. Incredibly, Scarlet was a last minute replacement and with less than two weeks to prepare for the competition still managed to place 10th out of twenty-four of the world’s top couples. Scarlet’s achievements are of no surprise to anyone who knows her.
The combination of her technique, playful professionalism and elegant, sexy styling weaves a magnetic force that captivates both the educated and non-educated dancer alike. With her dance partner Patrick they won first place in their first competition together at the 2013 U.S. Salsa Open in the On2 Professional division. Most recently they placed second in the 2014 World Salsa Summit in the On2 Professional division. Patrick and Scarlet are also the 2014 and 2015 Professional Canadian Salsa Champions.

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