If you're interested in learning salsa in Belfast, then you've come to the right place. Our Intensive Beginners Class allows you to learn all of the basics of salsa in just one lesson. The next course is running on Friday 29th August from 7pm at Donegall Pass Community Centre.
Read more about the class and get some answers to your questions on our Beginners Salsa Class page.
The purpose of the Beginners Salsa Dance Class is to take you from the very basic mambo step (imagine Patrick Swayze in Dirty Dancing), through to dancing in partnerwork and doing simple moves and turns. Basically giving you the confidence to get up and dance after just one lesson.
If you have already done the beginners class and are looking to improve your dancing, then our Salsa Workshops are the perfect place to help with timing, musicality, styling and leading/following technique. Read more about these classes here.
All of our latin salsa Belfast classes are taught by David Hynes and Suzanne Coates. Both have been teaching salsa and performing for many years.
Suzanne and David are highly regarded as the top salsa teachers in Belfast, working together to push their students to the next level whilst maintaining a fun, friendly atmosphere in class.
They believe that good leading and following technique is the key to being a good salsa dancer, so this is emphasised in every class, regardless of level. Come and join the latin fun.
Our regular salsa belfast dance classes are held in Donegall Pass Community Centre, Belfast. This is easy to find, just off the Ormeau Road, with plenty of car parking on a Friday night.
The hall is spacious and ventilated, making a lovely space for learning to dance salsa.
Look for the Hard Core Cafe on Donegall Pass and it's on that street. If you get lost, just give us a call.
We'd really love to hear from you so why not drop us an email and we'll get back to you as soon as we can. We are the best place to find out everything there is to know about Salsa Dancing in Belfast.