Above: Dancers ready to perform---at the
San Francisco Salsa Rueda Festival. DIT performed to an original
song composed by Anthony Francis Rosado. He also sang the opening
ballad! Feb. 2013.
Above: Performers at the Washington
Nationals Baseball Park, dancing for their Hispanic Heritage Month
Above: DIT performers pose before their show at the DC Salsa Congress. 6/2011
Above: Multi-cultural performers pose
before doing a show for a World Bank Gala. To see highlights of the show,
click here. 5/2012
Above: Barb on stage in Miami
Above: DanceInTime performing Salsa & Cha
Cha in Miami
Above: TV coverage on the Fox Morning News:
Morris and the DanceInTime crew, 4/4/06.
Click here to see Barb teaching Salsa steps to Holly in McLean, VA.
Above: Amber performing at the New York Salsa Congress with the DanceInTime Women's Team
Above: DanceInTime performs a combined Salsa/Cha Cha routine at the '07 Miami Salsa Congress
Barb ran a "team-building" dance activity for a State Department Leadership
Training Program. Israeli and Palestinian women leaders came to DC
for this training, and visited other US cities as well. They did some
Salsa dancing together as a team-building activity. The photo shows Barb
leading one of the Israeli ladies in some Salsa moves!
JOIN THOUSANDS WHO'VE
1. Stay In Shape
2. Make New Friends
3. Have The Time Of Your Life!
Friendly....No partner needed...
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WE ALSO PROVIDE FLASHY
LATIN DANCE SHOWS
Dance instructor Barbara Bernstein has taught
Salsa full time for over twelve years. She holds a Ph.D. in Education
with expertise in teaching methods. Classes are slow and patiently taught for
beginners and experienced dancers are taught aggressively so they learn a huge
amount in each class. Call
Barb at 301-9806043 or stop by the classes to check them out!! For more
Barb's background, click here.
DanceInTime has also produced Latin/Salsa shows in the DC area venues like the
Kennedy Center & the Verizon Center, as well as in
Miami, NY, Puerto Rico, San Francisco, etc. We can do brief performances
to full-length, audience-interactive programs. We perform at
parties & events large and small,
and run Hispanic Heritage Month and
History Month programs. DIT can also arrange shows featuring other
forms of ethnic dance. (Government offices can click here
for NAICS and CCR/Cage code info.)
HEALTH BENEFITS OF DANCING
Research confirms that dancing has tremendous health benefits. Click
here to read more about how music and dancing make people
happier and healthier....and then join the party!!
DanceInTime also runs instructional workshops and Team-Building Programs for
schools and offices. For info, click here.
Feel free to
(call Barbara 301-4646244)
about instruction or events of any size.
For further details,
We also run Latin Nights-- one in DC (Click here) and
one that will be coming soon in PG County at a Chevy's
(Click here) for information.
ladies from the Danceintime Women's Team performing a medley routine at the "Tribute
to Women in Salsa" show in Washington, DC. 4/08
Marsha and Javier perform a Tango at DanceInTime's 2012 World Bank
Above: In June 2010, The Oxygen Network did a promotional
tour in DC for their TV show "Dance Your A** Off." DanceInTime was asked to perform at this event. (This
TV show features people trying to lose weight by dancing.)
Salsa class in Maryland
DanceInTime before performing at the Philadelphia Salsa Congress. 7/4/08
Above: Performing at the Verizon Center in
Washington DC. To see a short video of this show,
Above: DanceInTime women's team performs at the Miami Salsa Congress 2010
Above: DanceInTime Women's Team, featuring choreographer Michele Kearney
(front), posing before a performance at the Miami Salsa Congress
Above: Rueda dancers from Harrisburg, PA joined the Baltimore
DanceInTime class June 09
Above: DanceInTime ladies relax before performing at the
Women's History Month program at the National Aquarium in Baltimore. They are
sitting in front of a window with a gorgeous view of Baltimore's harbor. March