CSS_logo_new.jpgBeginners 1  (LV1)
Our 6 weeks course for all new starters/complete beginners in Salsa. We will cover all the basic steps, timing, and leading and following techniques you need to start dancing Salsa, plus how to apply these in the fun Cuban Rueda.

Timing
Basic Steps
Open & Closed Hold
Rumberito
Dile Que No
Casino/Guapea
Mirala
Right turn/Dedo
Enchufla

Beginners 2  (LV2)
This is great for people who have done an introductory course of Salsa before, or as a bridge if you come from a Crossbody style, or if you’ve been away from Salsa for a bit and would like to come back to it. Here we further introduce Rueda and develop partner work to complete your foundation of Cuban Salsa.

Enchufla Doble
Sacala/Exhibala
Vacilala/Vacilence
Ochos
Tarro
Adios/Prima/Hermana/Familia
Festival de Pelota
Paseala
Panque

Improvers 1  (LV3)
This course is perfect for people who have done beginners courses before either with us or with other Cuban Salsa schools. To join this level you will need to be confident with your timing and basic steps as well as familiar with the concept of Rueda and know some of the basic calls. We will introduce basic Afro Cuban steps in this course.

Dame (+variations)
Setenta (+variations)
Sombrero (+variations)
Patin/Mujeres Patin
Kentucky
Juana la Cubana
Quedatela
Parte el brazo
Treinta y tres

Improvers/Intermediate  (LV4)
This course is perfect for people who are looking to take their dancing to a higher level. More challenging Rueda moves will be taught here so you will need to be really comfortable with timing and basic Rueda. Leaders are expected to lead with their body movement and Followers are accomplished with their following – we don’t want you to be thrown around!

Bayamo
Matanzas
Abanico
Cadeneta
Sale tu
Rico suave
Ladron
and many more..

Intermediate/Advanced  (TIMBA)
After you’ve mastered the Salsa rhythm and are able to dance comfortably, it is time to up your level and learn Timba. Here you will learn snippets of other Cuban dances, such as Son/AfroCuban/Pilon/Mambo/Orishas etc., in order to enhance your Salsa dancing and enable you to play with the beats, emphasising on musicality, dancing to a more complicated modern Timba music.