Throughout the Beginner level, students ease into the swing of things with a quick study of salsa rhythm and tempo, and then promptly move into the basic salsa steps and turns. Special focus is devoted to lead-follow communication, which is how social dancing works on-the-fly rather than simply executing a set sequence of pre-determined moves. By the end of the Recreational level (after just seven weekly classes), students will have learned the following moves:
- Right turn
- Left turn
- He goes/she goes right
- He goes/she goes left
- Traveling left turn
- Traveling left with catches
- Cross-body lead
- Around the world
- Side basic
- Side basic with turns
- Lead-follow communication
- Lane & lane navigation
- Weight distribution & inertia control
- Beginner styling (e.g., arm control)
About Us: Halifax Salseros is the leading Latin dance school east of Montreal. Instructors Danny Godfrey and Cindy Davis have been performing and teaching Salsa, Bachata, Rueda de Casino, and several other dances for more than 15 years. Their training is extensive, having studied in Toronto, Montreal, Cuba, Puerto Rico, New York and beyond.
Come join in on the fun, friends, and fitness of their innovative and easy-to-learn salsa dance program!
There are two rules:
1) Participants must dance at all times.
2) Participants must have a good time and laugh often.
All participants in this class will receive: