Start your child off early with the best Latin dance instruction managed by one of our professional dancers, Adriana. Our classes will cover On1 Salsa along with other Latin styles such as Bachata & Cha Cha with a primary emphasis on Salsa. Every class starts with a 5 minute group warm-up/stretch and then students will be separated into the appropriate class level. New students – simply come to class 5-10 minutes early to fill out the Registration Form.
Students must be at least 5 yrs old to start. Registration Fee is $20.00 per student.
- Parent/Guardian Name
- Phone Number
- Child’s Name
Saturdays @ 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM
Level 1 (NEW Students) Salsa & Bachata (ages 5 – 15)
Level 2 Salsa & Bachata (ages 7 – 15)
Thursdays @ 6:05 PM – 7:05 PM
All Levels Salsa & Bachata ages 5 – 12
Every registered student must attend Evaluation Day after their first month of class for their instructor to assess their progress. Students will be placed in Level 2 at their instructor’s discretion.
Next evaluation dates:
Private lessons are beneficial to students of all ages. We highly recommend this option if you want your child to get 1-on-1 attention customized to their level and learning ability. Contact Adriana if you are interested in having your child take private lessons at our beautiful studio!
10685 East Colonial Dr.,
From Colonial (50) east, go one mile past Dean Rd. on left hand side in the old Walmart Plaza. We are right next to the Appliance Direct (Yellow Building). We are in the same plaza as Boardwalk Bowling Alley
From 417, Get off on Colonial Dr. Travel East about two miles. The Aloma Plaza will be on the left hand side. We are right next to the Appliance Direct. (Yellow Building). We are in the same plaza as Boardwalk Bowling Alley.
$20 Registration Fee per student
1 class per week: $40/month
2 classes per week: $65/month
*Tuition payments are non-refundable and do not rollover*
Prices do NOT include Special workshops & Private lessons
Comfortable clothing, stretchy pants. Dresses & skirts are acceptable but not recommended.
Jazz shoes – if you do not have jazz dance shoes, use comfortable closed toe shoes, no sandals!
Jazz shoes or male salsa shoes – if you do not currently own dance shoes, use comfortable closed toe shoes, sneakers are acceptable but not recommended for long term.