Byron bay salsa and bachata

Salsa & Bachata – New term in Byron Bay only – 4th July

Hello Everyone,

This is the term 1 in Salsa and Bachata in Byron Bay.

Starting the 4th July!

What do we teach ?
Cuban Salsa / Casino – Partner dances
In Cuba, a popular dance known as Casino was marketed abroad as Cuban-style salsa or Salsa Cubana to distinguish it from other salsa styles when the name was popularized in the 1970s. Dancing Casino is an expression of popular social culture; Many Cubans consider casino a part of their social and cultural activities centering on their popular music.
You will learn how to understand the rythm, how to guide your partner and differents steps and patterns.
We teach two levels – one absolute beginner and an Improver level

Beginner Video :
Intermediate Video (Second Part of the Video):

Dominican Bachata – Partner dances
Bachata is worlwide known, but music and dance evolved from the original and authentic Dominican Bachata to Sensual/ Modern/ Sexy Bachata.
While the Modern/ Sexy/ Sensual bachata is a mix between salsa, and hip hop, the Dominican Bachata is focused on the connection with your partner and your footworks.
You will learn how to control your balance and exxecute the different footworks on different music, rythm, and understand a bit more about the Dominican songs and culture.
We teach one open level – Go through the basics and will go to the pace of the group. We will not let someone behind ! Try it 😉

Bachata Video (First Part of the video) :

Kizomba – Partner dances
Kizomba is a dance and music from Africa and Caribbe.
Dance has a huge influence from Semba de Angola –
Music, rythms and instruments are influenced by Lusophones countries such as Angola, Mozambique, Guinee-Bissau, Cape Verde, etc and also by French Caribbean zouk rythm
It is characterized by a slow rythm, and a totally different connection between dancers than in Salsa, Bachata or (Brazilian) Zouk.
It is a partner dance – but you can come alone or with friends. We will switch partners in order to improve our Leader/ Follower Skills and get to know each others.

Here is a short video of Kizomba, involving mainly fundamentals, connection and musicality :

Schedule :

Every Monday :
6.30 – 7.30PM – Dominican Bachata – Open level
7.30 – 8.30PM – Cuban Salsa / Casino – Absolute Beginner
8.30 – 9.30PM – Cuban Salsa / Casino – Improvers

Every Wednesday :
6.30 – 7.30PM – Kizomba Improver Class
7.30 – 8.30PM – Kizomba Absolute Beginner Class
8-30 – 11.30PM – Social Dancing

Link for Kizomba Term :

What do you need?

Everyone is welcome to the open / Beginner level – No experience is needed, we will go from scratch !
Improvers level require an admission to the next level by your instructor.
It is a partner dancing, but no partner is required, we will dance and change partner during the class, to make sure everyone dance together and get to know each other.

Pricing :
You can choose casual (pop in whenever you want) or take a 5 weeks term discount

5 weeks term Discount:
* You pay once, for the full 5 weeks term*
– 1 hour / week for 5 weeks = $80 for 5 hrs classes
*Save $20*
– 2 hours / week for 5 weeks = $125 for 10 hrs classes
*Save $75*
– 3 hours / week for 5 weeks = $180 for 15 hrs classes
*Save $120*
– Unlimited = $200 for 40 hrs classes
*Save $275

Do you want to include the social?
– 1 hour class + 3 hours social / week for 5 weeks = $100
*Save $50*
– 2 hours classes + 3 hours social / week for 5 weeks = $150
*Save $100*
– 3 to 6 hours classes + 3 hours social / week for 5 weeks = Unlimited = $200

Casuals Price – No Discount :
– 1 hour class = $20
***Special offer for casual : Buy a casual, and get the first Social free ***
– Social alone = $10

We also encourage people to stay a bit longer –
** Special offer for casuals : Buy two classes in a row, available for the same day
– 2 hours classes in a row = $30
– 3 hours classes in a row = $35

For more informations, Contact Clement by :
– Email :
-Phone : 0401291548

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