FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS ABOUT THE PRACTICE

Q: For "beginners", is experience required?

A: No, no experience is required to start dance lessons.

Q: Is the first lesson of Salsa mandatory for a beginner?

A: No, but it is the best opportunity to get acquainted with the "salsa" for a beginner.

Q: Is the orientation session free?

A: The first salsa lesson of initiation for beginners is free and without any obligation.

Q: Is there a special outfit required for salsa lessons?

A: No, no special maintenance is required. A simple, suitable outfit in which you will feel comfortable to move will do the trick.

Q: What kind of shoes should I wear?

A: We recommend that you wear comfortable dance shoes, i.e. not too tight.

Q: When should I register for the salsa dance lesson?

A: Our listings take place by 3-month seasons. First season: September, October, November, and December. Second season: January; February, and March. Third season: April, may and June. During the months of July and August, until mid-September, there is no salsa classes. Because we are entering the summer period, we participate in many outdoor activities and other festivals.

Q: Can I register alone or should I register with my partner for the lessons?

A: It is always easier to register with your partner because it facilitates the lessons. It's not a big deal if you don't have a partner, we always find a solution.

Q: What is the price for a dance lesson program?

A: At the end of the initiation lesson, there will be an amount of 70,00 required for the following 11 Salsa lessons.

Q: How many lesson includes a program?

A: A program includes 11 lessons. Each lesson lasts at least 1 hour.

Q: What is the timetable?

A: Our lessons are taught every Saturday. For beginners: from 19: 00 to 20: 00.
For intermediates: 8 pm to 9 pm. For the Advanced: from 21: 00 to 22: 00.

Q: Is it important to practice outdooors?

A: Yes, because the practice is part of the learning method. Practice as soon as you find time. This way you'll find it easier to upgrade to the next level.

Q: What are Shines?

A: The Shines are values, qualities of dance by which you are separated from your partner and where you can improvise some dance moves. In all groups of lessons, there is a clear structure built at a higher level.

Q: What is the Laydystyling?

A: The Ladystyling is for the ladies. Here, classes are constructed from blocks of dance lessons, up to complex ranks, and this with a particular focus on the position of dance, movement in space; the coordination and gesture of the whole body.