lessons are probably one of our most requested
series of dance lessons, followed by the.
It would seem that everyone wants to learn how to Salsa, these popular dances can be seen in night clubs, ballrooms, restaurants, and even in
outdoor festivals. Salsa dancing is an international sensation that is danced in
most metropolitan cities.
dance came into its own in the United States during the
1950s with the popularity of The Palladium in N.Y.C. at
53rd & Broadway. From Wednesday to Saturday night for
just 2 bucks you could dance the night away until
...and if you didn't know how to dance when you got
there you better bone up, because it attracted the best
dancers in the world in this one little spot. They made
it easy for you to catch up on the latest dance steps or at least get with it, as
Killer Joe Piro started his Mambo, Cha Cha and Pachanga
dance lessons at 8:00 and by 9:00 when the Mambo kings
came on you were ready to give it a try!
Today we all trying just to catch up with that wonderful
era of Latin dance. The Salsa, which is derived from the
Mambo with many of the same steps started there as well.
Tito Puente refused to call it "salsa", he claimed salsa
was what he ate, not what he played.
Salsa is Latin soul, it combines the African, Puerto
Rican, Colombian beats with timbales, claves, maracas,
piano and brass to give the spirited, exciting rhythms
we love to dance to today.
Learn Salsa and we promise you'll enjoy the club scene in Phoenix or Scottsdale a lot more
when you can show off those great salsa moves. We show you
Call today 602.694.4088 to schedule your salsa dance lessons!