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Salsa Styling and Shines for Women


Calling all Salseras - Women, learn to add style, personality and attitude to your dancing. The art of Salsa dancing traces its origins back to Cuba and its Afro-Cuban roots; starting with the Rumba. While emphasis is placed on hip movements, styling of the arms and shoulders are also an integral portion of Salsa dancing.  In Salsa, the arms are used by the lead dancer, to signal his partner an open or closed position is coming up during the dance.  By "styling" her moves, the woman can shine or “show off” between the man's moves in Salsa or just “show off” on any dance floor.  Get a taste of the most beautiful and sensual dance ever created and get in touch with the soul you didn’t even know you had. Join our expert Salsa styling instructor and be the envy of ANY dance floor.  


  • Apply style, personality and attitude to your Salsa moves
  • Improve posture
  • Learn how to shine in-between transition moves while dancing


Introduction to the art of Salsa dancing

Characteristics of style: 

  • Timing,
  • Basic steps,
  • Foot patterns,
  • Body rolls and movements
  • Turns and figures
  • Attitude and movements

Practice movements, confidence and styling


Basic knowledge of dance and movement helpful; but not required

Method of Instruction

Demonstration, practice and hands-on instruction for improvement


Class attendance and participation