All the class details will be sent to you after your registration is completed. 72 advance registration notice is necessary for all our group salsa classes. Class is subject to be rescheduled due to weather, or other unforeseen circumstances.
Due to Covid-19 our group classes have limited capacity spots. Should the class of your preference become unavailable you will be notified via email. Your registration will be placed on a waitlist until the next available class.
GROUP CLASSES DESCRIPTION
Classes are 60 minutes and take place weeknights/ends in Midtown Manhattan.
This beginner salsa classes are perfectly suited for students with no prior salsa dance experience. You will learn to familiarize yourself with NYC salsa rhythms, learn the basic salsa steps and explore your own salsa moves. At the end of our salsa classes you will have a fresh combination of salsa shines to take back to the NYC dance floor.
This salsa classes are for students who have some prior salsa dance experience or have completed our NYC beginner salsa classes curriculum. These salsa classes will help you master more challenging salsa shines, but will mainly focus on learning salsa turning techniques and partner patterns.
This class teaches Afro-Latin movement, characterized by fluid and expressive motions and a dancer's personal interpretation of the beat. It introduces students to the typical motions of Afro-Cuban and other Latin Folklore styles while providing historical and cultural context.
In this 4 month dance cycle our students will have the opportunity to learn the fundamental salsa dancing steps and turn salsa patterns. We will simultaneously help you build a strong overall salsa foundation. You will improve your balance and posture and learn how to move your body and arms in a controlled, fluid manner. You will learn and perform a salsa choreography. Space for this class are limited so please contact Salsa Classes NYC for availability.
In this classes our instructors teaches Afro-Latin movement, characterized by fluid and expressive motions and a dancer's personal interpretation of the beat. We introduce students to the typical motions of Afro-Cuban and other Latin Folklore styles while providing historical and cultural context. The lesson is a great opportunity to build control over body movement, improve musicality and improvisation skills, and learn to apply this knowledge outside of the classroom and to other forms of dance.