• Salsa Class

Salsa Classes in Glasgow

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Class Schedule

West End Classes Start Wednesday 7th Nov!

Beginners 4 week course starts Wednesday 7th November 5.30pm. £25 per person

Student Discounts Available

We offer student discounts for anyone in full time education.

Email info@weesalsa.com to get more details.

SALSA CLASS SCHEDULE

Saturdays – Studio 22 (Central Glasgow)
Level 1: 4pm – 5pm
Level 2.1: 5pm – 6pm

Next 4 Week Course: Saturday 3rd November 18, £25.00

Wednesdays – Dance Glasgow (West End)
Level 1: 5.30pm – 6.30pm

Next 4 Week Course: Wednesday 7th November 18, £25.00

Most of our classes are 4 week courses which start the 1st Saturday and the 1st Wednesday of every month!

PRIVATE CLASSES

Private salsa classes are a fantastic way to accelerate and maximise your learning. We can focus on the specific areas that will help you become the dancer you want to be.

Our basic rate is £40.00 per hour per person or per couple. You can come to us or we can come to you depending on Location. (Packages are available)

Testimonials

“James truly practices the fine art of teaching dance. He does not simply recite steps and turn patterns, he confidently and meticulously teaches core fundamentals and steadily builds up complexity level-by-level.”

Alison

“James Castro, loves his job & teaches every single one of his lessons with a lot of passion & patience.”

Maryam

Instructors

James Castro

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James

Experience

James has been teaching salsa classes for more than 16 years instructing all levels of dancers from beginners to advanced. He has travelled extensively throughout Europe, and Asia having taught and performed at various salsa congresses and events. He holds sports coaching qualifications and has studied from and taken classes with some of the best salsa instructors around the world.

Methods

James believes very strongly in building a strong base by really focussing on learning the right techniques from day one. His approach achieves fantastic results getting students dancing in such a short period of time regardless of ability. Whereas many instructors focus on teaching routines during classes James uses techniques that actually teach dancers how to lead and follow, developing the connection which is instrumental in learning how to social dance.

Locations

Studio 22 – Dance Glasgow,
22 Jamaica Street, Floor 2, Glasgow, G1 4QD.
Dance Glasgow (West End),
37 Ruthven Lane (off Byres Road), Glasgow, G12 9BG.
Email: info@weesalsa.com
Tel: 07508 805016

FAQ

1. Do I need to bring a partner?

No. We rotate partners during the class so you will dance with everybody and its a great way to meet other people.

2. What shoes should I wear?

Anything comfortable that won’t fall off your foot but the shoes must have non marking soles to protect the studio floor and not have to much grip so that you can turn. Ladies: we suggest wearing flats as you learn because it encourages you to step properly. As you improve you can wear heels if thats what you wish to dance in.

3. What clothes should I wear?

Anything comfortable that won’t get in the way of your dancing. So nothing too long that you will trip over or anything too baggy that your partner will get caught up in.

4. What payment methods do you accept?

We accept cash or credit card payments at our venues. We do however suggest booking online to guarantee your place in class.

5. Am I too old to dance salsa?

You are never too old to dance or to learn to dance! We have adults of all ages taking our classes so you will not feel out of place. If you can walk you can dance!

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