Salsa Club

Hastings, Hawke's Bay, Napier
Mon, Tues, Wed, Fri

Step out and see you on the dance floor!

Classes are available and they hold periodic social nights (Salsa Dance Parties) on Fridays where you can practice your moves and hang out with other Salseros of all levels. The social nights are currently held in Hastings at Level One Bar in King Street. Salsa beginners classes are run as 8 week block courses (other dance style classes are held as workshops from time-to-time). Beginners / improvers classes are run on Mondays, intermediate classes are run on Tuesdays in Hastings. In Napier it all happens on Wednesdays.

You don’t need to bring a partner, however they always need more guys. They rotate the class during the lesson to help in the learning process. You will also be dancing with experienced helpers as well as other learners, thus increasing your skill level. What a social group! Follow on Facebook to see all the action.



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