|JANUARY SALSA DANCE CLASSES IN BOULDER
Salsaville Dance Studios will be offering four salsa dance courses starting January 2nd.
For a description of the class, please click on the link in the first column.
Click on the "Buy Now" button below to sign up, pay for, and reserve a spot in the class.
The classes will progress from week to week.
If you pay this way, please make sure to include the name of the class you are paying for.
Username is @Eric-Freeman-85, and the last 4 digits of the phone number is 1239. https://account.venmo.com/u/Eric-Freeman-85
Do not write the word "Cuba", "Cubana" or "Havana" anywhere in the payment or the payment will be delayed.
If you are a new student, please make sure to include your email address in the payment so I will be able to send you directions, etc.
|What do all of these different "Levels" mean, and what level is appropriate for me?
Basic level salsa classes
Higher level salsa classes
For Cuban Salsa classes
|What if I can't make all four sessions due to scheduling problems?
If you can make at least three of the four sessions, I recommend signing up, as you will still be able to learn pretty much everything taught in the class. If you can make only one or two of the sessions, please contact us first to see if it makes sense for you to join the class.
Another, but more expensive option, is to take a make-up private lesson. Often a half hour private lesson can catch you up with whatever you missed. A full hour will catch you up as well, plus get you some much-needed individual attention to help eliminate any bad habits, improve your technique, and generally help make it much easier to keep up with the class. Rates for private lessons are here.
|What if I am a not quite up to the level of the class or I'm not sure if I am at the level of the class?
In this case, please contact me, and we can try to determine what class is best for you.
|What should I wear to class?
Comfortable clothing and slick bottom soled shoes. A shoe with a slick bottom is a shoe that doesn't stick hard on a wooden floor -- avoid new sneakers or hiking boots! Any leather soled shoe will work just fine.
His renowned instructional videos have sold over 20,000 copies in 75 countries.
Eric has taught salsa throughout Europe, Latin America and at the Puerto Rico Salsa Congress.
For more information, please visit his website at: www.salsaville.com