Salsa, as we know it today, originates from New York city. It is said that it is a mix of many latin dances like Mambo, Cuban son, cha cha cha, Guaguancó, cumbia and more. The music is a blend of Cuban, Puerto Rican, Colombian, Dominican and American jazz mixed all in one. Celia Cruz said “echale salsita” in one of her songs and thus the name was born. It has lots of variations worldwide. New York style on 2, L.A style on 1, Cuban style, Colombian style, even Mambo style… Whatever you call it, just dance it and enjoy it!
In this level:
You will learn basic moves to musicality, lead and follow techniques and different turns.
Sandra Campanelli, founder, and director of the Latin Groove School of Dance, is a woman who has a very intimate relationship with the world of dance. Since she was a little girl, Sandra has been swimming in the world of dance, music, and song. Indeed, his parents were respectively musicians and singers.
They have encouraged her in the various dance classes she has taken since the age of eight.
Several years later, Sandra opened her school and it was at this moment that she discovered her true passion. Although she loves to dance, teaching is something much more important and rewarding to her.
“I am currently living my greatest dream, that of opening my own dance studio, where people can not only learn to dance but also have fun! I did not want a simple school, I wanted to create a community of dancers! ”
If you were to retain a single word from Madame Campanelli, it would be the passionate word.