Multi-Level Mantón (Lake Oswego Location) Tuesdays from 8:05-9:05pm

Learn how to dance with the mantón (big shawl). The first part of class focuses on mantón technique. During the second part we will work on choreography por soleá to put that technique into practice.

LOCATION: 368 S State St, Lake Oswego, OR 97034

Schedule & Pricing

JULY SESSION | Tuesdays in July  8:05-9:05pm NO CLASS JULY 2nd

  • $50* for all Tuesdays in July (*Session discount, no make-ups/non-transferable)

AUGUST SESSION | Tuesdays in August  8:05-9:05pm

  • $50* for all Tuesdays in Aug (*Session discount, no make-ups/non-transferable)


*Don’t have a mantón? You can make your own for class by getting a square piece of fabric cut 1.5 x 1.5 yards minimum or bring a poncho or something similar. (We will also have some smaller mantones you can borrow.) Contact us if you have questions.

How do I sign up? 

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The Mantón de Manila is a silk shawl with long fringe and intricate floral embroidery. It is common for Spanish women to wear on special occasions, but it is also a popular flamenco dance accessory.

The mantón adds elegance, dimension, and visual drama to flamenco dance and brings attention to the movements of the upper body.

Working with the mantón enhances upper body strength and adds and another level of expression to flamenco dancing.

In this class we study specialized techniques to move and dance with the mantón.


This class is held at the Lakewood Center for the Arts.

Get directions here.