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Update on Coronavirus

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The well being of our students and dancers is of upmost importance to us. Because of this, we want to take all precautions and measures to ensure our students stay healthy. Over the next few weeks we will be changing the structure of our classes.

  • Salsa Saturday parties will be cancelled until further notice.
  • We will continue our free Salsa lesson on Saturdays from 9-10pm.
  • The studio will remain open for regularly scheduled classes including Zumba. However, Salsa and Bachata lessons will be strictly foot work and will not involve partner work.

Our staff and students are being encouraged to stay home if they are not feeling well. The studio is being continuously cleaned and sanitized to ensure the health and well being of everyone who enters. We will continue to monitor the situation and take all necessary steps. We are hopeful that the spread of the virus will end soon. 

We hope to see you for classes in the coming weeks. Stay healthy and stay dancing!

Saturday Dance Party 10pm – 2am

Saturday Night Social Dancing Etiquette

Admission: $10
Students and Veterans MUST bring ID for $5 discount
  • DO NOT…Blame each other, 80% of the time it’s the lead’s fault, 20% it’s the follow’s, no one is right 100% of the time
  • DO NOT…Refuse to dance with someone who asks you for the first time (If you turn someone down for a dance you must not dance with anyone for that song)
  • DO NOT…be rough! (this is for GENTLEmen in particular) be respectful of your partner and do not toss her around, if you are rough and she fears being hurt, she is entitled to walk away from your dance
  • DO NOT…Give lessons to your partner while social dancing (unless your partner is ok with it) you’re there to enjoy the music, not take a class
  • DO NOT…Dance numerous songs with the same person in a row, everyone should get a chance to dance with everyone else
  • DO…Dance with as many people as possible, it’s SOCIAL dancing
  • DO…Stay in your dancing slot and control your partner, dancing can be dangerous if you start crashing into each other
  • DO…Ask people to dance (it is socially acceptable for both men AND women to ask, we love it when you do!)
  • DO…SMILE, even if you make a mistake, or your partner messes up
  • DO…Tell people if you’re a beginner or learning, we all had to start somewhere and it helps to let people know
  • DO…Be patient with each other, dancing is a relationship and it takes time to understand each other