The holiday is over…Cuba as always was amazing, lots of amazing experiences and opportunities. So Salsa Agua! is back on deck starting tomorrow; Tuesday 23rd May 2017. It is certainly a bit cold in the mornings but make sure you come and stay warm at night with some hot Cuban moves! See you there….Tuesday 7:30 … More Lets get warm!
Its time to get some spice and flavour in your Salsa. We have a special FREE taster class 18th April 2017, 8:30 pm. We will explore some Rumba, Son, Mambo and Chachacha! Join us Elizabeth Street Community Centre, 169 Elizabeth Street, Tauranga 18th April 2017, 8:30 pm its FREE! This is our contribution to the … More Special Taster Class
Welcome to 2017! How are your new year resolutions going? What a great time to learn to Dance! Salsa classes begin 17th January at 7:30 pm at Elizabeth Street Community Hall. See you there!
A quick thanks to you all that have come along to cuban salsa classes with us in 2016. We hope you have enjoyed your time with us. LAST CLASS for 2016 will be this Friday 9th December 2016 7 to 9 pm
Elizabeth Street Community Centre, 169 Elizabeth Street. … More Final Salsa Classes of 2016
Cuban Origins, Cuban Salsa and Rueda The Latin music we hear today has its origins in Cuba where the blending of African drumming rhythms and Spanish Guitar evolved into a variety of Latin american Music: Son, Danzon, the rhythms of Carnival, Cha cha cha, Mambo and most recently Salsa. Cuban Salsa is not mechanical technique, … More Get your Cuban on at Bay Salsa Festival
Salsa Agua! is back on deck. Classes are ready to get back on track 23 September. 7-8 Beginners, 8-9 Improvers/intermediate. Elizabeth Street Community Hall, 169 Elizabeth Street, Tauranga. Hope to see you there… On 24th September we have the monthly social event run by Latin Dance Tauranga (Mark Anderson) Tauranga Central Baptist Church Hall, 640 Cameron Road, … More We are back and ready to Party!
What pastry is that? Introducing the Mille feuille, the classic French pastry that consists of layers of razor-thin puff pastry and cream filling. The name translates to a thousand sheets or layers. I found Mille feuille at a local cafe (La petite Four) very yummy! What does Salsa Music and Mille feuille have in common? … More Why Salsa Music is like a French Pastry!
To Tap or not to Tap – That is the question? What is the tap? A tap is basically is the striking of the free foot to the floor in any direction. In beginners Cuban Salsa this generally pertain to the ball of the foot or toes. As we get more advance it could be … More 1-2-3-Tap!
Salsa Agua! is back on deck. Classes are ready to get back on track 1 July. 7-8 Beginners, 8-9 Improvers/intermediate. Elizabeth Street Community Hall, 169 Elizabeth Street, Tauranga. Hope to see you there… Yes it was a great break we had. I was blessed to assist the Cuban Goddess Greydis Montero (Rotorua) with her classes at NZ … More We are back-Lets have some fun
Salsa ¡Agua! is taking a little break. There will be no classes in June. I’m travelling for a little dancing at http://www.nzsalsacongress.co.nz/ this Weekend. Then we have the very exciting Cuban happenings in Melbourne again. Had a great time there last year so heading back across the ditch to have some fun. http://www.alexdecuba.com.au/ Still time to … More We are taking a break!