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Dance ChristchurchSalsa Dance Classes Christchurch
Start Dates:
Salsa Dance Course Time Slot Next Start Date Free 1st Class?
Salsa Beginners 101
+ Free Practica 10-15mins
Monday 6:15pm 27th November (101-ex) Yes
Tuesday 6:15pm 9th January (101-ft)
Thursday 7:45pm 8th February (101-ex)
Tuesday 6:15pm 6th March (101-ft
Monday 6:15pm 2nd April (101-ex)
Tuesday 6:15pm 1st May (101-ft)
Salsa Improvers 201-202
+ Free Practica 10-15mins
Tuesday 7:30pm 9th January (201) No
6th March (202)
1st May (201)
Thursday 6:30pm 11th January (202)
8th March (201)
3rd May (202)
Salsa Intermediate-Adv 301-340
+ Free Practica 30mins afterclass
Tuesday 8:30pm 9th January (301) No
6th March (302)
1st May (303)
Learn from New Zealand Pro Salsa Champions in Christchurch
Free 1st Class in beginners, No Obligation & No Partners required. Salsa dancing is a great way to Have Fun, keep fit and meet lots of new people! Salsa is a modern, social street style dance and is completely a freestyle, meaning its not choreographed.
Its the most popular partner dance world wide, it can be danced with a partner or as a Solo dance. You can go anywhere in the world and dance with anyone. We believe anyone can learn Salsa!
salsa FREE 1st Class (1st 2 weeks in beginners only) No Obligation & No Contracts
salsa No Partner Required
salsa Everyone welcome,
yes even if you think you have 2 left feet, we have a cure for this.
salsa Duration: Salsa Classes are one hour once a week at the same time, then you can progress once the course has finished, see below.

Salsa Level flow chart Beginners Salsa Improvers Course Essential course Intermediate Salsa Course Salsa Performance Course
Start with Beginners Salsa 101. Ideal for absolute beginners (anyone can dance) or if you have done a little Salsa before its best to start at the beginning as our Salsa courses are progressive. You will learn your Salsa basics & beginner fundamentals. After you finish Beginners Salsa you can then you progress through all the levels as above.

The Salsa Latina Class Syllabus & Style
Our System is based on the modern linear Salsa Fundamentals, known as the 'Salsa Latina Fundamentals System', which is unique in New Zealand. It's based on and very carefully constructed & refined from some of the best Salsa dancers in the world, the structure is based on New York Salsa Fundamentals with New York, LA, Puerto Rican, Spanish style with Cuban & Afro influences. Mainly taught On1 Salsa , but we do On2 Salsa (aka Mambo) as well and the style is the same.
We specialise in Improvised Freestyle Street Styled Salsa, good leading & following is the key. Many schools do not know the difference on what is leadable & what isn't, if it can't be lead or followed, we don't teach it.
salsa The System is Incorporates Two Elements:
At the start of our Salsa classes we start with a Salsa Footwork aka 'Shines' which also acts as a warmup to learn the essentials in mastering the feet, then we partner ladies & guys up aka 'Partnerwork'.
#1 Partnerwork: Learn from the ground up, a foundation that will build on itself, Think of it like a House foundation. Master these core moves known as Fundamentals and you will progress very quickly. You'll discover that all Salsa 'combinations & turn patterns' are simply 'variations' of 'fundmentals'. We don't teach a random move of the week, rather it is taught to you in a way that is specifically designed to be progressive which build on previously taught elements giving the best results.
#2 Footwork / Shines: You will also Learn Shines (footwork solo dancing) with its New Syllabus of 'New York Shines', which was developed by some of the top New York & Puerto Rican Salsa dancers. Salsa Shines are essential for any balanced Salsa dancer to find their own balance 'literally' as well as flavour, skills & technique. There's hundreds to learn, there's no other Salsa school in NZ that has the same extensive system.

Salsa Latina Dance Academy
Salsa Teachers
Reuben
Reuben (NZ/Director)
Currently teaching all Salsa, Kizomba & Bachata Classes, inc teachers & performers
• Director & Owner of Salsa Latina
• Professional Dance Performer & Teacher
Latin Dance Industry Award; for his contribution to the Latin dance community in NZ
• New Zealand & Australasian Salsa Judge
• New Zealand & South Island Salsa Professional Champion
• Australian, NZ & South Island Team Champion (Performer & Choreographer)
...more about this dance teacher here >
Marcela
Marcela (Argentina)
Currently teaching Salsa on Thursdays
• Professional Dance Performer & Teacher
• New Zealand & South Island Salsa Professional Champion
• Australian, NZ & South Island Team Champion Performer & Choreographer)
• Danced Argentine Tango since she was 7YO
....more about this dance teacher here >
Tania Tania (Australia/NZ)
Currently Teaching Kizomba on Mondays
• Professional Dance Performer & Teacher
....more about this dance teacher here >
Mia Mia (Indonesia)
Currently teaching Salsa on Tuesdays & performance teams
• Am* Performer & Instructor
• New Zealand & South Island Salsa Am Champion
• Australian, NZ & South Island Team Champion (Performer)
...see more about this instuctors winnings here >
Izadora Izadora (Brazil)
Currently Teaching Salsa on Mondays
• Am* Performers & Instructors
• New Zealand & South Island Salsa Am Champion
• Australian, NZ & South Island Team Champion (Performer)
...see more about this instuctors winnings here >
Enrol Now
Enrol Now >and get a FREE 1st Class in Beginners. After enrolling you'll be emailed with a confirmation, if you are not sure you can still turn up on the day.
Enrol in this salsa class
conditions apply
Prices:
• Free 1st Class, in Beginners 1st 2 weeks only... details >
• Salsa Latina Concession cards encouraged for saving
- Concession Card & Casual Rates $11-$15... pricing here >
• No Contracts, No joining fees, Pay-as-you-go
• N.B. No Eftpos available at Salsa Latina, but avail over the road
Location:
Salsa Latina Dance Centre - 12 Bath Street Christchurch, NZ - see details here >
Salsa Practicas
A chance to practice all those moves you've been learning in class we allow 30mins after Intermediate class and also 15mins before all beginner & improver classes on Monday & Tuesday. Thursdays is 15min after improvers class & 15mins before beginners. Guides & Taxi dancers available to get help if needed. Note this is not ideal for anyone that hasn't learnt Salsa yet.
FREE to current Salsa Latina Salsa students.
 
Dance ChristchurchSalsa Beginners Fundamentals 101+ Courses
salsa Course Start dates see the top of this page
salsa
Time/Day:
Mondays 6:15pm, Tuesdays 6:15pm or Thursdays 7:45pm
 
salsa Salsa On1 Beginner Basics & Fundamentals Courses
salsa Class Duration: 1 hour, once a week for 8-12 weeks.
- Salsa Beginners 101-Ex = 'Extended' Course on Monday & Thursday are 12 Weeks (New to 2017)
- Salsa Beginners 101-ft = 'Fast Track' Course on Tuesdays are 8 Weeks
salsa FREE Practica: 15mins prior to Monday & Tuesday Class or Thursdays after class.
 
salsa You will Learn;
- 12-16 Shines / footwork patterns
- Basic Timing & counts for Salsa
- 18-22 Turn patterns, moves & variations
- Latin Dance Partnering Technique
- Salsa Bridge Combos in 101+ courses
- 9 Essential Salsa Basics & Beginner fundamentals**
This is the most important of all the levels to master, worth repeating
 
salsa Level: This is the best place to start Salsa from. Beginners Salsa classes are for absolute beginners, with a First Free class. So if you are new and would like to learn how to dance Salsa, this class is for is the place to start! Latin dancing is a great way to Have Fun, keep fit and meet lots of new people! In this class the basics of Latin dancing is covered with Salsa. You will learn salsa techniques, partnering and salsa single and half turn patterns. There are 2 beginner courses;‘101-ft’(Fast Track - 8 week course) and ‘101-ex’ (Extended - 12 week course) which is 12 weeks. The Extended ‘ex’ course offers more content on the last 4 weeks of the course, the 1st 8 weeks are the same in all beginner courses.
salsa Can I Join this Level? Anyone can join this level, no dance experience needed. It's best to join when the course starts (week#1) but can join any time up to week#2 particularly if you have done a Intro class or repeating. If you have done Salsa before you can join up to week#3. Check the timetable for week numbers.
salsa Where do I go after completing? After completion of beginners Salsa you will then progress to the Improvers level.
 
Dance ChristchurchSalsa Improvers Fundamentals 201 & 202 Courses
salsa Course Start dates see the top of this page
salsa Time/Day:
- Tuesdays 7:30pm
- Thursdays 6:30pm
 
salsa Salsa Linear On1 Improver Fundamentals Course
salsa Class Duration: 1 hour
salsa
2 Courses
201 & 202 8 weeks each - Total of 16 weeks
Dance Christchurch You will Learn;
- 12 Shines & footwork patterns
- Body Isolations & movement
- Spinning, singles & double
- 20 Turn patterns, moves & variations (16 weeks)
- 3 Essential Improver Salsa Fundamentals**
- 6 Improver Semi Fundamentals**
- Partnering & Lead & Follow Technique
- 2 Spining Techniques for Salsa & Mambo
Dance ChristchurchLevel: Improver salsa classes are based on, On1 NY linear parnterwork 'fundamentals', Fundamentals are a foundation to all Salsa moves & combos and body movement, very easily transferable to On2 Salsa AKA Mambo. You will learn Salsa 1.5 turn patterns and spinning. These classes are aim for those just finishing Beginners or a Bridge level. This is considered the most important level to learn & master after beginners & material is progressive from Beginners, so please don't miss beginners level - these levels are worth repeating over & over.
These 201 & 202 Levels and very different, each course offers differnt Shines. Similar fundamentals are taught over both courses but done as different variations, plus different spin techniques and combos in each course. Great to learn, gaining a higher understanding of how these fundamentals work.
Dance Christchurch2 Improver levels, how does it work?
From Sept 2017 you will have 3 choices in progressing:
option#1: Tuesdays 7:30pm once a week for a total of 16 weeks, completing 201 & 202 levels
option#2: Thursdays 6:30pm once a week for a total of 16 weeks, completing 201 & 202 levels
option#3: Fast track:Thursdays 6:30pm & Tuesdays 7:30pm twice a week for a total of 8 weeks completing 201 & 202 levels
(Note Tuesday & Thursdays will be different courses 201 or 202 and both days will alternate both courses)
Dance ChristchurchCan I join this level?: Join this level after completing any Salsa Latina Beginners levels
Dance ChristchurchWhere do I go after completing? When you have completed both 201 & 202 Improvers, a total of 16 weeks or 16 classes you can then you can consider progressing to the Intermediate Level. Remember if you find our intermediate a struggle repeat improvers. If you're not sure which level you should be in, please ask your teacher or book a private lesson to be sure.
Dance ChristchurchSalsa Intermediate-Adv Combinations Courses 301+
salsa Course Start dates see the top of this page
salsa Time/Day: Tuesdays 8:30pm
 
salsa Salsa Linear On1 Turnpatterns & Shine Series Courses
salsa Class Duration: 1 hour, once a week for 8 weeks over
salsa 38 Courses; 301, 302... 338 etc..
salsa Salsa Practica: Free 30mins practice time after class
Dance Christchurch You will Learn;

- x38 Series of Footwork & combos
- x400 New York Shines
- 700+ Turn patterns, moves & combos
- Extra tricks
- Styling & Body Movement
- Advanced: Catering for Advanced level dancers as well.
- More advanced partnering techniques & dance technique
- How to dance the dance!
Dance ChristchurchLevel: In this Intermediate Salsa dance class (courses) we've placed more emphasis on timing, leading skills, styling, variations of the fundamentals, positioning, body isolation, Shines and you will learn more complex moves & combinations. This is where you get to learn how to play with the structure & fundamentals taught in beginners & improvers Salsa. Learn the 1st part of a turn pattern which is structured more on improver & intermediate fundamentals with exciting turn patterns with greater break down. Tips will be given to take it to a higher level i.e. Upper Intermediate & Advanced levels.
Dance ChristchurchHow do the different Intermediate sections work? These courses are 8 weeks each and made and labled... (301, 302, 303 etc). Once you have completed the improver levels you will find that week#1 of one of these Salsa courses will be starting so you can join that section. You can join and complete any or all of these courses in any order.
Dance ChristchurchCan I join this level?: Join this level 'only' when you have completed the Salsa Latina improvers 201 & 202 course ...or had private lessons! Remember you can always repeat improvers as well as this class.
Dance ChristchurchWhere do I go after completing? Talk to one of your teacher if you want to try take it further with advanced variations. To date there is over 6 years of content to learn before any repetition happens, this includes Shines & Partnerwork. Performance and competiting would be another possible option, but this is our highest level, you wont run out of things to learn.
 

 

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Dance ChristchurchWhat is Salsa?
Salsa is a dance for Salsa music, originating from Cuba, Puerto Rico & New York, it has now risen to the status of a world dance and considered the most popular modern partner dance in the world. Salsa dancing mixes African & European dance influences through the music & dance fusions that are the roots of Salsa. Today Salsa is a very modern dance that is infulenced by other styles of modern dancing. Salsa can be a heavily improvised lead & follow street styled or freestyle partner dance. The Origin of the salsa dance steps & salsa music.... read more & videos here>

 

Dance ChristchurchFrequently Asked Questions
Can I bring a friend?
Yes you can bring as many as you like for a first free class in begginners 101 at Salsa Latina, remember only in the 1st week is a FREE class. You can bring them up to week#2 in beginners at the latest, but you will need to show them the basics to get a head start. Please ask your friends to register/enrol online to save time also.
Can I come take a look?
Feel free to come and watch any running classes, anytime they are running, we recommend to come & watch one of our higher Latin dance levels.
Do I need to bring a partner?
There's no need to, there are always plenty of people to dance with and the class is rotated regularly in class time so you get a chance to dance with different people, learn faster and experience different leading and following. However you are also welcome and encourage to bring people with you. If there is an inbalance of Male to Female ratio we can make up numbers in the following weeks with more experienced Salseros.
How much are Salsa Latina classes?
Your first (Beginners) class at Salsa Latina is FREE but only on the 1st 2 weeks of the course. We reccommend Salsa Latina concession cards.
Prices:
• Free 1st Class, in Beginners 1st 2 weeks only... details >
• Salsa Latina Concession cards encouraged for saving
- Concession Card & Casual Rates $11-$15... pricing here >
• No Contracts, No joining fees, Pay-as-you-go
• N.B. No Eftpos available at Salsa Latina, but avail over the road
Do I need to enrol?
Ideally yes, this saves time on the first day as we tend to get many people for the 1st class. If you don't enrol, yes you can turn up and do a hand written enrolment, no problem..... Enrol here >
If I'm bringing a partner do I have to swap?
You don't have-to swap, but we do very much encourage it, Salsa & Latin Dancing is a partner dance that anyone can dance with anyone, it also aids learning to swap by a huge degree. Plus its more social & fun to swap dance partners. You could always go over with your partner after class, this is an advantage to learn if you can pracitce with someone. If you really don't want to swap that is okay too, please let us know in advanced as we have some tips.
I have done some classes, do I still join beginners?
Yes, you will need to start with Beginners 101 week#1 or week#2 at the latest. Even if you have done many of these classes from others or Free Intro's which are at a very basic level, we highly recommend joining beginners even if you are at a higher level. This is because our fundamental system & shines (footwork) are packed with information and are progressive, meaning we build from one class to the next till the level builds higher. We don't teach random things like some other schools do.
What Level am I? ..where should I start?
This follows on from the previous question. It is always best to join the Beginners level group lesson as each instructor has his/her own style and teaching methods. The name beginners isn't just for beginners, It's level '1' or 101, it's also designed for people that have learnt Salsa in the past somewhere else, to learn or re-learn the style, as all Salsa & Latin Dance styles are not the same.
There are also series of shines or footwork you need to know as well, all of the fundamentals & shines you'll need to know by name to progress. If the class is too slow or easy then you can move up to the next level with some private lessons to boost you to higher levels, but its always best to talk with the instructors if you are unsure rather than miss information. With the Salsa Latina Salsa & Latin Dance Classes, there is a specific system that builds on itself, missing a level or a few classes will hold you back or drown in the deep end, so we discourage it. It would be like missing part of the foundation of a building out. So to get a compete picture we specialise in making sure you cover all the fundamentals. So make sure you complete each level before going up to the next level.
Classes to Easy or to Hard?
Private lessons can usually fix both. If to easy a private lesson can sometimes get you to the next level in one or 2 30min private lessons. This all depends on your background... Private Lessons >
What should I wear?
Dress for convenience and comfort, so you can concentrate on learning. Gym wear or casual cloths are common. Dress to impress for Salsa club nights & events.
Do I need special footwear?
For Salsa & Latin Dancing its recommend that you wear leather-soled shoes or dance shoes. Most sneakers or other shoes with rubber or spongy soles can stick to the floor during turns and spins and cause ankle and knee injuries. However in the first few classes at the beginner level, anything comfortable is ok. We do recommend dance shoes as you start to progress, or you could get some before you start. We stock dance shoes for men & women at our inhouse Salsa Latina store via "Izadora Couture" see the selection here > www.danceaddiction.co.nz
What will I learn?
Everything you need to feel comfortable on the dance floor - so you can have a great time and able to freestyle partner dance with anyone, anywhere in the world to Salsa & Latin music! The same fundamentals are used if you want to take it further into performance & competitions. We cover basic structure and techniques of dancing with and without a partner. The more you understand the fundamentals the faster you can develop your own style. You'll learn the Salsa Latina Foundation System.
Do I need to bring anything?
Because dancing is also cardio excercise, we recommend that you bring a hand-towl. We also have drinks available for purchase or bring a drink to keep your fluid intake up. Also with all partner dancing think 'more' about personal hygiene by making sure your breath is sweet and use deodorant.
How long will it take me to learn to dance well?
Everyone learns at a different rate which makes this a hard question to answer!
Every student will learn the basic steps and have two or three variations in their first class. In every lesson you will learn more and have more fun. The best way to learn is to take these group and private classes, be familiar with the music (listen to Salsa at home) and practice! This makes all the difference between a fast and slow learner. We recommend that you take classes, private lessons now and again but most importantly attend socials/parties and dance with everybody to get the best results!
Do I need to Practice?
We recommend for every 1hr learnt you should practice 2hrs-3hrs to make it stick, and to get the most out of class practicing simple things like the basics, or practicing 5mins a day will even make a huge difference. Social nights like Salsa Parties are good too, usually the start of the night there are slower songs as Salsa Latina.
Not going to Social dancing is like learning to drive but never driving on the road, social dancing is where Salsa & Latin Dancing becomes a part of you. You can also get all of your practice in one evening dancing at an event or Salsa Dance Party and have fun getting fit at the same time. Even practicing a few mins a day at home will make a huge difference. If you dont have a partner, practice your shines or footwork.
Practicas Make the most out of lessons with practice .There are time slots before or after class that are deisgned to be used. Practice makes pefect!
These pratice slots are Free for Salsa latina Students! Guides & Taxi dancers may also be available to get help if needed.
• Beginners & Improvers Practica: 15mins before all beginner & improver classes.
• Intermediate+ Practica: 30mins after Intermediate class.
Should I use Youtube to help learning?
Generally we discourage the use of youtube videos for learning as these are often misleading, incorrect, confusing and not always proper Salsa. The problem is, videos could be posted by anyone including new dancers who often have incorrect information. Good quality education isn’t put on the internet for free and is very hard for new dancers or even more experienced dancers to tell the difference in what is good quality or not. Even paid online content or DVD’s can vary massively. You need to do serious research in the teacher or dancer. Secondly there is the issue of what style to learn? These can vary massively too as Salsa has many flavours & styles because it is a Street dance. Be aware we do teach most of these as well which include Cuban, LA, NY/Mambo, Puerto Rican, Colombian, SA/Cumbia & much more. However we do post regular videos of good dancing with some education on our facebook page, so do join us there and you are welcome to email or message us with any queries.
When will I get good? ....& Beginners Hell.
"When beginners ask me that question, I can't help but smile. My usual answer is two simple words: 'IT DEPENDS'. I always suggest educating yourself about what Beginner's go through during the beginning phases of learning" more here >
Note: this article is reffering to Salsa, but the same goes for any of our partner dances.
Do I need private lessons?
If you want a head start or to jump levels, private lessons are by far the fastest way to learn. Generally, we recommend that you do both private and group classes to feel the greatest benefit. If you're new or behind in classes, you could always try taking a private lesson to catch up to the rest of the class, you can either come with your partner or as a one on one. .... more here>
Where do I go after completing a Beginners course?
Generally after Beginenrs you would progress to the Improver Level, then after 16 weeks of Improvers (201 & 202) you'd then progress to Intermediate. Another option is to repeat & perfect the beginner level, this is the most important level. Plus if you have a concession card you can carry on using this as you progress to further levels. You can also try other Latin dance styles.
Latin Dancing & International Latin, what's the difference?
Authentic Street Latin vs Ballroom style/Dance sport... what is the difference? These two types of Latin dancing are easily mixed up, one is a modern freestyle
dance that we teach, the other isn't, its a ballroom style- read more here>
Should I Learn Salsa first?
If you're not sure we do recommend to start with Salsa classes because it’s the worlds leading & most popular Latin dance & the worlds most popular partner dance in general. Information learnt in this course is transferable to other styles too. In our Salsa courses you will learn universal techniques, like hand holds, o/c positions and footwork & turning techniques that are used in all Latin dances including Bachata, Mambo, Merengue, Kizomba & Cha Cha etc. You can always learn more than one style at once.
Am I too young, old, small or big?
Latin dancing is for everyone, if you can walk you can dance. We can garantee there will be people of all shapes, sizes & ages.
Salsa dancing has people as young as 4 years old, or to a very mature age, enjoying this wonderful pastime. To see a video of an 80 year old see this here >.
To dance salsa is a natural human activity comes with many benefits, as follows.....
What is a Fast Track Course?
These courses are usually compressed courses. Stripped of some some information and focusing on the bare essentials to get more into a shorter course & progress faster.
What are the Benefits of Salsa & Latin Dancing?
salsa classes Salsa & Latin Dance classes are an easy way to meet someone & gain more friends & is one of the few hobbies that couples or friends can do together.
salsa classes Dancing is a great social asset & promotes confidence
salsa classes Salsa & Latin dancing develops co-ordination of mind, muscle & balance & Salsa is a Fun way to exercise your body that fits into a lifestyle, You will lower your risk of heart attacks and strokes.
salsa classes You'll have Fun & you will have a lower chance of being depressed or other emotional problems.
salsa classes Go anywhere in the world and Salsa & Latin dance with anyone & meet people fast ....read more here >


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Worth watching! The History, The Dance & much more.
 

 


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