Salsa Classes Deals in Tampa St Petersburg
Dancing is a healthy way to physically connect to someone, preferable to giving them a painful bear hug or sewing your head onto their body. Get cheek-to-cheek with today’s Groupon to Bay Area International Latin Events in St. Petersburg. Choose between the following options: For $25, you get three drop-in salsa-dancing lessons (a $60 value). For $59, you get a six-week Intro to Latin Dance class and one private lesson (a $160 value). Bay Area International Latin Events' owner and instructor Greg "DJ Muevete" Richardson leads up to 24 students through the sultry steps of salsa, merengue, and bachata at ...
Been a while since you lit the dance floor on fire? Today's scorcher from Casino Salsa Tampa will give you the skills necessary to turn up the heat next Saturday night: Pay $17 (regularly $35) and get one month of Cuban salsa dancing lessons; or, get two months for $34 (regularly $70). Classes are held every Tuesday in the Dancin Motion School of the Arts Studio, located north of downtown Tampa on North Armenia Avenue. Instructors Billy and Yachira will guide you through the patterns of Rueda de Casino, an energetic and social style of a circle dance that first developed in Havana in the late 1950s. (Hint: rueda means wheel.) There's time for one-on-one dancing, and beginners classes are also available -- meaning that no salsa experience is necessary to reignite your spark for creative movement.
Learn one or two hot dance styles -- while having fun, burning calories, and meeting new people -- at Latin Groove Dance Academy on West Waters Avenue: • $30 ($65 value) for a six-week salsa or bachata dance class package • $45 ($100 value) for a six-week combo salsa and bachata package • Salsa is a popular style known for taps, kicks, and the famous Cuban hip movement • Bachata is a Dominican four-beat dance full of turns and syncopation • Have fun learning the fundamental footwork and patterns from an expert instructor • Progress rapidly in hour-long, once-weekly classes; the next session begins on March 29