Cuban Salsa Lessons
The sensual and graceful moves of salsa originally accompanied Cuban Son music, a unique blend of African rhythms and Spanish guitar. Over time however, this now world famous dance became influenced by other Latin music genres and even American jazz. The term salsa, as used to describe a musical genre, originated in the 1970's as a general name for a number of specific Latin styles with similar sounds: guaracha, el guaguancó, mambo, chachachá and son Montuno.
If you take the salsa course in Madrid, Granada, Seville or Marbella, you have the option of combining your 8 weekly dance lessons, included in the course, with any of our other Spanish courses.
At our Mexican destinations Oaxaca and Playa del Carmen, 20 weekly hours of Spanish classes are included with the salsa course, which consists of 5 weekly dance lessons.
For more information on salsa courses offered at other Latin American schools, download the price list.
Learn to move with grace to the beat of energetic Caribbean rhythms and live the Spanish language!