Meet Johanna Taylor, your local San Diego Jamaican dancehall ambassador. When it comes to dancehall, Johanna is 100% in. But she’s not in it to make a name for herself or to get a bunch of followers. She’s in it because she 100% loves dancehall, plain and simple. And the more you speak with her,…

Dancer. DJ, director, and instructor, Mambo wears many hats (literally…he’s always wearing a hat…along with his signature sleeveless sweatshirt), and when it comes to salsa in San Diego, especially salsa on2, there’s not a dancing soul who doesn’t know and respect “Mambo” Castillo for his wealth of knowledge and insane patterns. We recently sat down…

It’s hard to believe it when Julio Velazquez describes his younger self as being shy. These days he is just about everywhere there is music in San Diego, whether that’s hyping up a crowd at Balboa Park from behind the mixer, on the local news at the center of a giant “Footloose” mall flashmob, or…

Several years ago, Marian Mazhari set out on a mission: to help women heal. Specifically, to help women heal through body movement. The result has been a small but tight-knit circle of budding belly dancers who don’t dance necessarily for show, but dance to reach deep inside themselves and express what they find there. We…

Ixel Ramirez is the voice behind every incredibly cheerful “What can I do for you?” on the A Time To Dance phone line. She’ll book your rental space. She’ll give you the longest, warmest hug you’ve ever received in your adult life. She’ll show you a kizomba move and social dance with you to just…

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