Our Bachata class begins with the basics of Bachata dancing. The class warm-up will focus on footwork, turns, body movement and proper technique. Students will learn about proper frame and connection in order to build comfort with leading and following, all while learning a fun dance pattern to use on their next romantic night out!
Our salsa class begins with basic footwork and turns, so that students can become comfortable with these fundamental movements. The class will cover a variety of different topics, including, musicality, partnering and connection, turns, shines, and proper technique. Students will also learn a fun and flashy dance pattern to dance on their next Latin vacation!
This class will teach the basics of Cuban Salsa, students will learn proper footwork, styling and technique, along with fun partner work patterns, and Rueda group dancing!
This class will teach the basics of NYC Style Salsa on 2. The class will begin with a warm-up to build comfort with basic footwork, turns, musicality and technique. Students will then learn a flashy dance pattern to dance together at their next Salsa event!
Cha Cha is a flirtatious Latin dance with playful movements and staccato rhythms. This musically versatile dance is great for a night out Latin dancing, as well as at parties and social occasions!
We seek to accommodate people of all age groups with various tastes and talents. Our dance instructors are qualified to offer a variety of different dance styles, including: Salsa, Bachata, Merengue, Ballroom, Swing and Wedding dances!
Our group classes run on 4 week cycles, and are 45 minutes in length.
Group Classes give students a chance to learn new dance moves in an environment where you can practice your steps before hitting the dance floor.
We work on a rotation basis which means it’s never necessary to have a partner to learn any of the dances because we frequently rotate partners during each class.
Class sizes vary, but the average is 10 to 15 participants. We strive to keep our group classes small, in order to provide adequate attention to each student.