Salsa Dance Classes and Social Dancing in Belfast
Nu Salsa is run by David Hynes and has been established since 2004, promoting salsa dancing mainly in Belfast but also throughout Northern Ireland. We have travelled far and wide to learn from some of the best teachers in the business and our aim is to provide a place for dancers to learn, practice and enjoy salsa as much as we do. This is accomplished through regular classes and monthly salsa parties in Belfast and occasional guest teacher slots at congresses in Ireland, the UK and Europe.
Salsa Dance Parties in Belfast On Saturday Nights
We are very pleased to have an established venue for our monthly parties at the Ivanhoe Hotel on the Saintfield Road in Belfast. We have been running events here since 2011. It has a superb dancefloor, great atmosphere, lovely food and drink (plus ice cream), plenty of car parking and is easily accessible from Belfast City Centre.
Our next event takes place on Saturday 16th March 2019. For full details and information about our 2019 parties, check out this page.
What Does Salsa Dancing Look Like ?
I'm sorry to tell you that reality is nothing like Strictly Come Dancing. Here's a little clip of David and Suzanne messing around before teaching a class in Dublin.
Latest News From Our Blog
There has a been a noticeable drop in leaders at weekly classes in Belfast. What's the reason ?
This is an online Facebook event, listing a new salsa track every day for 2 weeks. I've decided to copy the event posts here as well for people not on Facebook.
A quick video to help you stretch out your hip flexors after dancing.
Just a humorous little insight in to David's life, combining Salsa and Running
Great video doing the rounds on how to lead and follow
David's round up of this years Bristol Salsa Congress
Why David started salsa in the first place and how that led to teaching salsa in Belfast.
If you're okay in your local dance class but you struggle to get up on the floor at the socials, read this post to learn how to dance more at the nights out.
Cha Cha is a lovely rhythm and one that doesn't get played enough in Northern Ireland. Here are a few songs to, and I quote Angus Peters here, tickle your tickly bits.
Ever wondered how much work goes into a successful salsa event. While you enjoy the dancing, there is a lot that's gone on in the background to make it all happen.