Oozing with a sensuous style, Salsa has it all passion, energy, and joy. As a dance form, Salsa has its origins in the Cuban Son and the Afro-Cuban dance, Rumba. As it relates to the popular music style, Salsa is continuously evolving, and new modern dance styles are associated and named according to the geographical areas that they are developed in. Some of the popular Salsa styles are Cuban, Columbian, Los Angeles, New York (or Eddie Torres Style), Palladium, Puerto Rican, Rueda, and On Clave. In the early 1970s in New York City, several franchised and independent dance studios, sensing the popularity of the burgeoning dance form capitalized on the Salsa craze by developing a standardized curriculum in which to teach the dance to an eager public. Salsa taught in Fred Astaire Dance Studios is based on Mambo patterns, but danced on the one. Take the first step towards realizing your ballroom dance goals, at your local Fred Astaire Dance Studio! Contact Us today, at Fred Astaire Dance Studios and ask about our Introductory Offer just for new students! Well Look forward to seeing you on the dance floor.
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October 23 - October 24 @
Garden Bistro Bar, 18360 Blanco Road, Suite 100, San Antonio, TX
At the Garden Bistro Bar, Fridays are unique, sensual and full of energy! Join Us Every Friday especially if you do Salsa for the best Latin sounds in the ...
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