Bachata & Salsa

Bachata

Bachata Lessons.  Beginners

Bachata is a dance that comes from the Dominican Republic and the Antilles
This tropical music evokes holidays and the islands – it’s an easy dance for couples who like to escape the routine.

Bachata is a dance that comes from the Dominican Republic and the Antilles.

This tropical music evokes holidays and the islands – it’s an easy dance for couples who like to escape the routine.

New! Absolute Beginners

from 7:45pm to 9pm  10-lesson series

With Kevin&Marina Grisel  –

Fee CHF 250 for 10 lessons
Couple Fee CHF 450 for 10 lessons


ENROLMENT

 

Cuban salsa is a very dynamic dance. This is the kind of salsa where la ‘Rueda’ is danced (a dance that has couples form a circle and dance in a synchronised manner and the women go from one male dancer to the next). This style of salsa involves a lot of ” walking ” 

 


 

– Puerto Rican salsa  is much slower and sensual. There are many different choreographies. Aesthetically, it is the type of salsa which is closest to ballroom dancing.

 


A bit of history

– The choreography of Cuban salsa was born in dance clubs and schools around Cuba.

– Puerto Rican salsa comes from Mambo (which is why it is also called « salsa-mambo » in the United States), and it was invented by the Latin American community in the United States.