Weybridge Salsa – Dance Classes For Beginners, Improvers & Intermediate
About Weybridge Salsa
Salsa is a fun and uplifting social dance which we truly believe benefits both body and soul. Its technique though seems much easier than it actually is. At Weybridge Salsa we are committed to create and nurture a salsa community, where leaders and followers are taught properly and in a professional way, without losing though the warmth and fun that this Latin dance brings to the spirit.
Weybridge Salsa’s Group Classes Resume on 9th Sepember 2021
We’ve missed you, we look forward to seeing our lovely students again and of course we welcome new dancers. Come along to learn to dance salsa, listen to some latin rhytm and enjoy a great night out . No partner needed.
Salsa classes run weekly on Thursdays. For up to date information and to check if it’s on this week please visit the Weybridge Salsa website or email them. Contact information at the bottom of this page.
Frequently Asked Questions
WHAT TO EXPECT?
Salsa is a fun and uplifting social dance which we truly believe benefits both body and soul. However, its technique appears much easier than it actually is. At Weybridge Salsa, we are committed to creating and nurturing a salsa community, where leaders and followers are taught properly and in a professional way, without losing the warmth and fun that this Latin dance brings to the spirit.
This is why we have designed 14 and 15 week courses during which all our students will each week build up on the technique as well as foot- and partnerwork from the previous weeks.
DO I NEED A PARTNER TO SIGN UP TO THE COURSE?
A partner is NOT required to sign up to the course. We believe the most effective way to teach is to rotate partners every few steps, so that both leaders and followers get used to dancing with different people. We will therefore rotate partners every few minutes during our practices. Please note that all our routines are designed in such a way, that they do respect our students personal space.
WHAT SHALL I WEAR FOR SALSA CLASSES?
You can wear whatever you like, as long as you feel comfortable. As far as shoes are concerned, if you do not own salsa shoes, you can wear any other type of shoe, but make sure they are practical for dance. We advise women not to wear high heels unless they are proper salsa shoes.
IS THERE A CAR PARK AVAILABLE?
For our Thursday classes at St James’ Church Hall, use Churchfield Road Car Park
This is a large car park right in front of the Church hall, which is free of charge after 7pm.