Social Dancing

Latin, Ballroom, Salsa, Bachatha & Merengue!
Social dancing is done on small, crowded dance floors in situations where the main purpose for getting together is a social event or celebration such as a wedding, office holiday party or a night out at a local hot spot which offers some room to dance. The opportunity to dance is an enhancement to the event but is not the sole purpose behind being there.

Our Salsa, Bachata, and Latin group dance classes range from beginner to advanced.

Each class is a great workout, and a perfect opportunity to learn social latin dancing techniques, meet new people, get in shape, and just a great way to relax, and have fun! It's OK if you're a beginner or never even danced before! No need to bring a partner. All ages are welcome! Each group class covers different dances and dance moves, so every student can take classes multiple times a week, and learn more! Don't forget to wear comfortable casual clothes and shoes!




Available Social Dancing Classes
We have three classes under Social Dancing.

Pre Bronze Level
BeginnersSaturday 11am / 4.30pm
Sunday 4.30pm
Cha Cha, Jive, Samba, Rumba, Salsa, Bachatha, Merengue, Slow Waltz, Quick Step, Viennese Waltz, Slow Rhythm
IntermediateSaturday 9.30am
Sunday 6pm
AdvancedSaturday 3pm







Advanced Latin American Dance Classes



These classes are for the students who like to do competitions & medal exams.

Competitions & Medal Exam Levels
Bronze LevelSunday 9.30amCha Cha, Samba, Rumba, Paso Doble, Jive,
Silver LevelSunday 11am
Gold LevelSunday 12.30pm



Latin dances hail from several different countries in South and Central America, and most have influences that range far beyond this region. Some dances are easier to learn than others, but all Latin dances have a flair that both spectators and dancers alike adore.

Known for its sensual hip action and sexy flair, Latin dance is gaining popularity on dance floors everywhere. Movies about Latin dancing, ones that portray the beauty of the art of Latin dancing, seem to be favorites among dancers and non-dancers alike. Besides being a staple in the Ballroom, many Latin dances are also being taken to country-western dance floors. Learning Latin dances is fairly easy, as most of the dances are made up of the same basic foot steps.