Reno DJ party


Tiempo Latino Dance Company has been around for over 5 years, after starting Yamulee Project Reno (over 6 years ago) we realized the need to train our dancers properly from the ground up with the goal of being able to have them learn world-renowned routines.

Gerzon Chaves has been a part of the Reno/Tahoe community since he moved to Reno at the age of 16, originally from Costa Rica, he was used to the idea of dancing at house parties and/or family gatherings.

He felt the need of helping grow our dance community after learning about the benefits that dancing brings, not only personally, but also to our community. He also loves bringing our community together through dance regardless of the color of your skin, political beliefs, or ethnicity. We just want you to feel like you belong, and you always will on a Salsa dance floor.

Learning how to dance can offer a wide range of benefits, including:

  1. Improved physical fitness: Dancing is a great way to stay active and get in shape. It can improve your endurance, strength, and flexibility.
  2. Enhanced coordination and balance: Dancing requires you to move your body in specific ways, which can improve your coordination and balance.
  3. Stress relief: Dancing can be a fun and enjoyable way to relieve stress and boost your mood.
  4. Social connections: Taking dance classes can be a great way to meet new people and make friends who share similar interests.
  5. Boosted confidence: As you become more comfortable with dancing, you may experience a boost in confidence and self-esteem.
  6. Creative expression: Dancing can be a form of creative expression, allowing you to express yourself through movement.
  7. Improved memory: Learning new dance steps and routines can improve your memory and cognitive function.
  8. Cultural appreciation: Many styles of dance are rooted in different cultures and learning them can help you gain a deeper appreciation and understanding of those cultures.

Overall, learning how to dance can be a fun and rewarding experience that offers a wide range of physical, social, and emotional benefits.

The list goes on and on about the benefits of dancing, you’re just gonna have to come out and experience it on your own.

Come talk to Gerzon or to any Salsa dancer, we love to talk to you and get to know each other, that is how we bring our community together by helping each other how to dance.