Immersion 22:  The Joy of Vals

Date: Thursday, March 23 – Sunday, March 26, 2017
Location: H95 Raum für Kultur, Horburgstrasse 95, 4057 Basel Switzerland
Level:  Good intermediate to Advanced
Price:  390 CHF per person.

 

New ideas for dancing vals!  Join us to learn our latest vals figures and turns, enjoy our most recent technique discoveries, rhythmic sequences and dynamic moves!  Ahhh, the joy of vals….

NOTE: Please reserve your accommodation as soon as possible as the hotels and rooms fill very fast due to the Baselworld watch and jewelry show.  It is open to the public if you are interested in shopping or just looking at the amazing stands and eye candy!

A couple private rooms with local hosts are also available -- contact us if you are interested.      

Timetable

During the 4 days, the 16 hours of class are usually organized like this:

Day 1
16:30-18:30 Part 1 (2 hours)
18:30-20:30 Dinner Break (2 hours)
20:30-22:30 Part 2 (2 hours)

Day 2 & 3
14:00-16:00 Part 1 (2 hours)
16:00-17:00 Mid-Afternoon Break (1 hour)
17:00-19:00 Part 2 (2 hours)

Day 4
11:00-13:00 Part 1 (2 hours)
13:00-14:00 Lunch Break (1 hour)
14:00-16:00 Part 2 (2 hours)

Basel, Switzerland

Rathaus, by Anders Sandberg

Rathaus, by Anders Sandberg

Basel is at the "Dreiländereck", the "Tripoint" where Switzerland, Germany and France meet.

Accommodation

For some recommendations, please see our  list of hotels and B&Bs  in Basel and just across the border in France and Germany.

Need a partner?

Visit our Find a Partner page to contact other dancers!

Frequently Asked Questions

Have a question? Find answers to common questions on the FAQ page.

Help

How to register and pay: see our help page for a step-by-step guide.

 

 
 
I think life is like a dance partner—sometimes it sweeps us off in a glittering waltz, and our head spins with happiness. Sometimes it steps on our toes and causes us pain. You have to accept every part of the dance. Not just hold on to the moments of happiness but also take advantage of the times when nothing is working to ask yourself what you can learn from them. And while you’re learning, you reinvent your life, you begin it anew. There’s no particular age to start again. The main thing is to stay alive, really alive. To learn, to challenge yourself, to move ahead. Not to sit on the sidewalk feeling sorry for yourself, but get up and move on. To waltz with life!
— Katherine Pancol