Salsa Beginner & Intermediate Class

Due to Covid 19  "Shelter in Place" Ordinace all Classes are cancelled in the studio until further notice. Online group classes and private lessons will be offered at a reduced rate until the "Shelter in Place" ordinance has been lifted. Look for updates as new classes are added.

*Prices listed are per person per 1 hour class. Contact us by telephone at 415.752.5658 or by email with any additional questions. Once we receive your registration we will send you the invitation to join via Zoom.

*Note: We understand that at the present time one might be unable to work. We would like to continue to offer the joy of dance to all! If you are unable to pay the fees below donate what you can via Venmo . Please mention in description which class you will be attending.

 

Beginning 1 Salsa 7pm-8pm (Beginners Start Here)/Intermediate Salsa 8:15pm-9:15pm

Private lessons Available by Appointment

Next  4 week series start:

Tuesday:

March 31st

Beginning Salsa Online Tuesdays 7pm-8pm


Intermediate Salsa Online Tuesdays 8:15pm-9:15pm


1 Private Lesson Online


All classes run for 4 consecutive weeks unless noted.

 

View Salsa dancers performing at The Pick School!

N Students should start the 1st week of class.

1532 Taraval Street San Francisco, CA 94116 / 415.752.5658

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Learn dance figures and cool moves to Salsa the night away to fast, passionate music like:

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At the Pick School of Ballroom Dancing group classes in Salsa can help you to learn how to lead or how to follow this "get your blood moving" night club favorite. Learn the salsa basic front and back and side and side, learn how to turn your partner and learn a cross body lead... and all the while working up quite an aerobic "glow".

According to Wikipedia, the Salsa dance movements originally came from Cuba and their dancing of the 1930's and experienced strong influences from the Mambo and the other Afro-Cuban folk dances.

Today we know of various styles of Salsa dancing based on geographical locations and cultural preferences such as the Cali style from Columbia, the Cuban style, the LA style and the NY and Puerto Rican styles.

Salsa is typically danced with a partner although there are recognized exceptions in the solo form, line dancing form and "rueda de casino" or "wheel"/ circle group form.

Salsa dancing can range from highly choreographed with lifts and theatrical elements associated with show dancing to freestyle and improvised with emphasis on lead and follow and musicality.

If you'd like to read more about the Salsa click here. Join us for some beginning group lessons in Salsa dancing to get you ready for your next date night.