Prepare for your first dance class

Welcome to Dance Company Salsa Connexion!
We are thrilled to have you join us for a free try-out Salsa, Bachata, Kizomba class! 

Our team at Salsa Connexion is passionate about helping you discover the joy of dancing and the excitement of connecting with our community!! 😄🎶
No prior dance experience is necessary; our aim is to introduce you to the basic steps of salsa in a fun and relaxed environment.

To ensure that you make the most of this experience, here are some key details:
To prepare for your class:

  • You are welcome to bring your own water bottle to class. 
  • We recommend wearing clean & comfortable clothing that allows you to move freely and flexible shoes.
  • No prior dance experience is necessary; our aim is to introduce you to the basic steps in a fun and relaxed environment.

Let us take you on your next adventure! 🔥

Our Main location is:
Salsa Connexion – Zalen Centrum Eindhoven [EHV]
Hoogstraat 297A
5654 NA Eindhoven

Parking: You can park for free in front of the building.

Arrival at the location:
Room 1 and 2 are at the main entrance.
Room 3 has another entrance across the square.
Please check your room in your confirmation or class schedule, so that we can direct you to the correct dance room.
Webpage Location click here

Great discount offer! 💰
After your Try Out consider signing up directly with our Salsa Connexion Team at the main entrance for great benefits:

  • €10 Discount Offer on your Courseticket: if you subscribe and pay for the Course Ticket after Try out, at the main entrance with our Salsa Connexion Team. This offer is only valid on the day of your try out.
  • A Guaranteed Spot: Secure your spot for a specific course/timeslot, since spots are limited, due to 2 Try Out weeks, and high demand on certain timeslots. 

Bueno Student App:

  • At Salsa Connexion, we use a student app called “Bueno student”. Please download: your phone so that you can manage your classes, attendance, online practice videos, and purchase products like bootcamp or party tickets. 

Get ready to start your sunny dance journey together with us. ☀️ See you on the dance floor! 💫🎵
Team Salsa Connexion 🧡

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Tips & Tricks:

To prepare for your first class we have some tips that might make your experience more pleasant:

  1. Wear the right clothing
    We recommend wearing comfortable clothing that allows you to move freely and supportive shoes. Ladies, it is not required to wear heels while Salsa dancing. You can totally wear your comfy sneakers. Then, as you begin to feel more practiced, feel free to pop on a pair of heels.
  1. Get familiar with Salsa music
    You can dance salsa to any music that has great percussion or brass. Examples of current day artists that are popular amongst Salsa dancers include Victor Manuelle, Marc Anthony, and La India. You can also dive into some classic songs from Celia Cruz, Hector Lavoe, Tito Puente, and anyone from Fania All-Stars. If you search Salsa Connexion on Spotify you will find our music lists to practice. 
  1. Don’t be intimidated to go solo to a dance class
    You do not need a partner to start dancing Salsa! Every day at 16.00 h we check the balance between leaders and followers and provide assistants to balance out the class, so that everyone will have a dance partner. If you’re a beginner, you can also to learn the fundamentals on your own. That way, you can work on your posture, movements, weight changes and footwork before doing it all with a partner.
  1. Let go of comparing yourself
    Comparison is the thief of JOY. When you are just starting out, it’s easy to compare yourself to other dancers, whether you’ve seen them on social media, on the dance floor, or in a Salsa class. 
    Being inspired by your fellow Salsa dancers is a good thing, just make sure you don’t talk yourself down through constant comparison. Instead, try to take a more realistic approach and give yourself time to learn. Your journey. Your practice pace.
  1. Be ready to spontaneously partner up in class
    Spontaneous partnering up and regularly switching partners is the teacher’s way to stop overthinking the steps, let go, and have friendly dance partner experiences.
    As you get ready for your class, remind yourself that if you mess up, you’re all just there to learn – not be the best or most perfect person in the room. Our classes should be a safe space to learn and make friends, so put your best hip forward and don’t be scared to do some social mingling.
  1. Check your hygiene
    If you are about to start your first partnering class, expect that you’re going to be quite close to someone. Wear clean clothes, bring a mint, some deodorant, and perhaps a towel.