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TUESDAYS BEGINNERS SALSA & BACHATA AT REVOLUTION LEADENHALL

2(2 reviews)
Every Tuesday Beginners & Improvers Cuban Salsa Lessons in Waterloo from 6:30pm
Bank
In-person
£15 pp
2hrs
Beginner
Next available date:5th July 2022
What happens in this class?

Every Tuesday Cuban Salsa & Bachata Lessons in Revolution Leadenhall Bar, Bank.

2 DANCE AREAS

CUBAN SALSA

7:00pm Beginners and Intermediate (Levels 1 & 3)

8:00pm Improvers and Advanced (Levels 2 & 4)

9:00pm to 11:00pm FREE SOCIAL DANCE With DJ Julian “The Duke”

BACHATA

7:00pm Improvers and Advanced (Levels 2 & 4)

8:00pm Beginners and Intermediate (Levels 1 & 3)

9:00pm to 11:00pm FREE SOCIAL DANCE With DJ Rasa

Team: Julian, Peynao, Julio and Rasa All Lessons will last 1 hour

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2 Hours: £15 per person (Offer available…

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Things to remember

Not specific dress code or partner required. Please make sure you arrive 10 min before the lesson starts and just bring your best smile.

FAQs
DO I NEED TO WEAR ANYTHING SPECIAL?
No special clothes or shoes are needed. Advanced students usually wear dance shoes as they are regular dancers but if you are starting in the beginner’s class simply wear comfortable normal shoes or even trainers if you prefer.
DO YOU RUN COURSES? WHEN DOES THE NEXT ONE START?
No, we organise drop-in classes so you can join us at any time. Students spend several weeks attending to the same level until they progress to the next one. We strongly recommend to follow your instructor’s advice to choose your level.
WHAT STYLE DO YOU TEACH?
We teach Cuban Salsa and Cross Body Salsa also known as LA Style or Salsa On1. We also teach Bachata. Most of our Bachata lessons are a fusion of Traditional Bachata, Modern Bachata and or Sensual Bachata and occasionally we organise specific workshops.
WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN CUBAN SALSA AND CROSS BODY SALSA AND BACHATA?
We have a full section with videos dedicated to answer this question, please find out here: https://salsateca.co.uk/lessons/#salsahelp
CAN I BRING MY OWN DRINK OR WATER?
While we recommend to bring your own drinks or water to our outdoors lesson or all the lessons organized at the Church Halls we use, ANY DRINKS, FOOD OR WATER FROM OUTSIDE ARE NOT ALLOWED at any of the Bars and Clubs where we run our lessons and parties. Salsateca Dance School aims to bring Latin culture to London since 1992, organizing lessons and Latin nights in nice venues where you can socialize and have a nice drink while you learn how to dance. Please remember is all about the music, dance, meet people, have a drink and a great time. In the same way that you wouldn’t bring your own sandwich or water to the table of a restaurant respect the venue rules and keep etiquette.
Latest Reviews
2(2 reviews)
Amy - 5 April 2022
It was really awful, totally overcrowded and overbooked, we were packed into a narrow walkway by the bar and not a spacious room as shown in the photos. I wasn’t able to see the steps or hand movements at all so when it came to dancing closer to the dance teacher, I got criticised non stop by both my lead who I was extremely uncomfortable dancing with and the dance teacher so ended up leaving the class only 30 minutes in. I’ve danced salsa at other places and never felt so uncomfortable and disheartened going to a lesson before. I had booked a 2 hour session and could not take a minute more. Additionally there is nowhere safe to leave your coats and bags. Such a stressful experience. Classes should not be so full you can nearly move, hear or see anything, especially at beginner level.
Maria - 30 March 2022
It was a fun class, but only if you’ve danced before. It’s not for a complete beginner. They are teaching you the basics and some other steps, it’s too much for only one hour. It’s a good class if you already know the basic steps. Another thing, there were 4 classes at the same time going in the same room, the music starts at the same time so you can hear both the salsa & bachata song. There are no mirrors in the place.
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Age Requirement

18

Flexible cancellation policy

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Your Teacher

Salsateca Dance School is a Latin American-dance school in London. It offers Salsa and Bachata classes for beginners, improvers, intermediate and advanced students at venues in central, north and south London.

Salsateca was founded in 1992 and since then it has firmly established itself as a leader in the Salsa scene in London. It has also branched out internationally with presence in Slovenia, Croatia and Lebanon.

Class Location
REVOLUTION LEADENHALL - BANK
Bank
140-144 Leadenhall St
EC3V 4QT
London

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TUESDAYS BEGINNERS SALSA & BACHATA AT REVOLUTION LEADENHALL

Reviews

Amy - 5 April 2022
It was really awful, totally overcrowded and overbooked, we were packed into a narrow walkway by the bar and not a spacious room as shown in the photos. I wasn’t able to see the steps or hand movements at all so when it came to dancing closer to the dance teacher, I got criticised non stop by both my lead who I was extremely uncomfortable dancing with and the dance teacher so ended up leaving the class only 30 minutes in. I’ve danced salsa at other places and never felt so uncomfortable and disheartened going to a lesson before. I had booked a 2 hour session and could not take a minute more. Additionally there is nowhere safe to leave your coats and bags. Such a stressful experience. Classes should not be so full you can nearly move, hear or see anything, especially at beginner level.
Maria - 30 March 2022
It was a fun class, but only if you’ve danced before. It’s not for a complete beginner. They are teaching you the basics and some other steps, it’s too much for only one hour. It’s a good class if you already know the basic steps. Another thing, there were 4 classes at the same time going in the same room, the music starts at the same time so you can hear both the salsa & bachata song. There are no mirrors in the place.