Salsa Cubana has got it all: phenomenal music, diverse rhythm patterns and a rich historical and cultural background, which is brought to you throughout the lyrics. You only need some basic steps to start dancing as a couple and then learn any of the playful, slightly rotating figures, which are typical for Salsa Cubana. This dance opens the door to related Cuban dance styles like Son, Rumba or the group dance called “Rueda de Casino”. Salsa Cubana provides the Caribbean feeling we are all longing for - so come, and dance with us!
In course 3 we will be looking at further basic patterns called “enroscate” and “parte el brazo”. The new figures you will learn are called “dedo”, “casino uno/dos” and “setenta with right turn”. In addition, we will practice the connection of patterns and figures. Eventually you will be able to dance through an entire song without interruption.