- Los Angeles style (Salsa on1) >@Salsa Connexion)
- New York style (Salsa on2)
- Afro-Latino style
- Colombian / Cali style
- Cuban style / Casino
Why take Salsa lessons?
Salsa Absolute Beginner – Level 1
Salsa Absolute Beginner – Level 1: is a course with a progressive program and learning curve.
Salsa Beginner - Level 2/3
Salsa Beginner – Level 2: is a course with a progressive program and learning curve.
Salsa Beginner – Level 3/4
Salsa Beginner – Level 3: is a course with a progressive program and learning curve. Repeating this course is totally fine when you feel you need more time to master the techniques. The stronger your techniques and control the easier you will progress in the next levels.
Salsa Improver – Level 4
This level is for beginner to intermediate dancers looking to either attain or refine their technical abilities. Focus is on partnering skills, turn & rotation techniques, travelling turns, balance and connection to help you be a great partner on the dance floor. You will also start to become a more complete dancer by mixing up Partnering and Shines (dancing solo), which will improve your connection to the music and will test & develop your solo dance and expression.
Salsa improver – Level 4: are classes on a ongoing basis, meaning there is no start and end date like we have in the beginner courses. In the ongoing classes we speak of level of control in technique and theory.
Recommended to take this level a minimum of 4 months before moving to Salsa level 4/5.