Salsa Dance Classes

Frequently Asked Questions

We've tried to cover all of the most common questions that people have about Salsa classes. If you can't find your answer you can always give Steve a ring on 07912 675 616 or email us.

Clothing

What clothing should I wear for Salsa?

You can wear anything that allows you to move freely. For regular classes you may wish to wear cool, casual clothing.
Ladies: Jeans, trousers or skirts with assorted styles of tops.
Gents: Jeans, trousers with a shirt or T-shirt.
Party Nights/Special Events: Dress To Impress! Just make sure the clothes don't restrict your dancing!

What shoes should I wear for Salsa?

Avoid trainers, you'll stick to the floor. Light shoes with a non-grip sole and low heel for men and a medium heel for ladies are best. As you improve you will appreciate the benefits of professional Salsa shoes.

Levels

Do I need any previous Salsa experience?

Not at all! We cater our classes from the total novice to the expert. Whether you have never danced before (let alone doing Salsa), or have had a taste before, we have a class for you.

When will I move to the next level Salsa class?

The best way to find out when you are ready to move to the next level is to talk to your instructor - you will receive honest advice and a full guidance on when and how to do it.

I have too many left feet, does that matter?

Not at all! Everybody has their own speed of learning and our teachers have a variety of ways to address the needs of each person. There's no pressure to move up to the next level so you can learn at your own pace.

Can I come alone?

Yes, in fact, many people do. You'll join in our socially interactive rotation system, changing partners and meeting new Salsa friends along the way.

Must I book before coming?

No - just drop in whenever you want, but coming weekly is the best way to learn Salsa effectively.

Do you run Salsa Clubs as well as Classes?

Yes - straight after class, Steve has his unique way of keeping the dance floor busy for everyone to practice what they've learned in the lesson, or just dance to have fun.

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