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sprite-i2i  Minimum level required

Please note that the Salsa Rapido i.2.i. Flavours program is not for absolute beginners.
It is a course to bring post beginners into the faster paced world of freestyle salsa.

Minimum standard guideline:
All participants must be able to keep their footwork going whilst concentrating on something else.
All participants must be able to manipulate their FWS to make a range of basic steps.
All participants must have experienced a range of moves.
All participants must be able to lead or follow a 'Cross Body Lead' or 'Dile Que No'
I strongly recommend that a minimum of four hours tuition has been completed prior to the i.2.i. - Beginners Consolidation.
If you're still not sure contact us (daytime only please).

sprite-i2i  i2i Rueda Flavour

La Rueda De La Casino
This salsa course is a crash course into La Rueda De La Casino - the Cuban wheel dance. It introduces participants to the moves, the calls and the sheer fun of La Rueda. All of which are brilliant for freestyle salsa.
From a teaching perspective Rueda gives the student excellent ‘class pace’ or learning speed. Also it gives special awareness and a sense of fun.
It’s a must! Besides you've already done many of the moves wherever your style!

sprite-i2i  i2i Spins Flavour

i2i Spins Flavour salsa course at bar Salsa!
The i2i Spins Flavour explores the salsa techniques, salsa moves and combinations based on various techniques for spinning (rapid rotation) including:
Spins vs turns
The natural mechanics of spinning in salsa
Best and worst practice
Hook Turns & spins
Travelling Spins
Multiple Spins various
Please note:

All Salsa Rapido® i2i Flavours salsa classes are not suitable for absolute beginners.
All i2i Flavours salsa lessons start with the compulsory Salsa Rapido® framework section which introduces/ reinforces core concepts of event led salsa dancing.

sprite-i2i  Bar Salsa location

Saturdays: The Salsa Rapido 1-Day Intensive courses for beginners are held every Saturday and the Improvers level sessions (i.2.i.) twice per month on Sundays
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Location:
Bar Salsa
96 Charing Cross Rd
Leicester Square,
London WC2H 0JG

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From Leicester Square tube:
There are many exits, ideally use exit no.3 then turn right and walk along Charing Cross Road. Alternatively stand with the entrance to Leicester Square behind you and turn left to walk along Charing Cross Road.
Go Straight over Cambridge Circus Roundabout and Salsa! is on the right with outdoor tables and chairs, next to Made.com.
From Tottenham Court Road tube:
Upon exiting stand with Oxford Street to your right and Tottenham Court Road behind you. Walk along Charing Cross Road which is straight ahead. (Please note that due to the building of the Cross Rail Station, a slight detour around the building site may be necessary) Before you get to Cambridge Circus, Salsa is on the left next to made.com.p.

sprite-i2i  About the i2i Course

The improvers to intermediate salsa course (i2i) is designed to take post-beginner salsa dancers into the world of freestyle salsa dancing so you can get into dancing at the salsa clubs.

As with all Salsa Rapido courses it is a genuine foundation course spanning the regional styles and popular moves.

They are intensive and fun, offering you real progress and achievement within a fun, friendly and supportive environment where experienced and less experienced participants help each other.

The program is designed as a compliment to your existing classes or as a stand alone path to club/social dancing and advanced salsa levels

Each course consists of four hours of tuition on one day. This does not include coffee breaks, lunch period, Q&As or practice sessions!

Summary:
The Salsa Rapido® i2i Flavours is a series of salsa courses aimed at Improver and Intermediate salsa dancers.
Held at bar Salsa in London on Sundays 11.30am – 5pm (not every week)
The salsa lesson is led by professional salsa teacher Alastair Sadler
The salsa lesson is split into two sections
• The Salsa Rapido® Framework section
• The Flavour of the day – a theme that varies each course.
Once you've attended an i2i course, you can do all the other flavours for half list price!
All bookings are in advanced via www.streetbeat.co.uk

sprite-i2i  Booking and Payment

Booking is required- In order to balance the numbers of men and women attending we insist on advance booking only via our on-line booking system.

Payments can be made via credit and debit cards using our on-line booking system, which accepts all major card types.
Our on-line booking system is as secure as possible.
In fact we no longer see your credit card details, ever!
Our system rounds up the details of how many people, how much to pay and which date etc. Then you and this information is sent to our payment company called Sage Pay who process your card details and then send you back to us.
The drawback with this system is that we cannot take your credit card details over the phone.

sprite-i2i  Prices and Discounts

The standard price for an i2i Flavours course is £40 per course.
This is discounted to £35 if you have attended the Salsa Rapido 1-Day intensive for beginners course within two months (use offer code 'b4')
If you have attended an i2i Flavours course in the last six months, further i2i Flavours courses are half price i.e. £20 regardless of which flavour it is (use the offer code 'flav')

The booking system will provide you will an accurate quote before you buy.

Rarely, other discounts may apply but discounts are not accumulative so choose the best one.
We never give discounts retrospectively (our errors are corrected promptly) so if you're not sure contact us.

sprite-i2i  Minimum level

The minimum level for the i2i course is the Salsa Rapido 1-Day Intensive Course for Beginners or at least six hours tuition within the last three months.
This should mean that you can:
Keep your footwork sequence going without thinking about it.
That you can manipulate the Foot Work Sequence into different shapes.
That you have a 75% chance of dancing in time with the music.
That you can lead/follow simple turns.
That you have experienced (though not mastered) some types of spin.
Although the first part of the session is beginners consolidation the i2i is not a beginners class. It is best described as an improvers course.

sprite-i2i  i2i Travelling Flavour

i2i Travelling Flavour salsa course at bar Salsa!
Travelling – large movements across the dance floor give salsa an amazing dynamism. From the humble CBL or ‘Dile Que No’ to slides and glides there’s heaps of fun to be had moving off the spot. So break on through to the other side of the dance floor.
The i2i Travelling Flavour explores the salsa techniques, salsa moves and combinations based on various techniques of travelling (large movements across the floor) including:
CBL/ Dile Que No variations
Travelling on any beat in any direction.
Around the world / Guapea combos
Second beat based combos CBL On2 / Sacala

Please note:
All Salsa Rapido® i2i Flavours salsa classes are not suitable for absolute beginners.
All i2i Flavours salsa lessons start with the compulsory Salsa Rapido® framework section which introduces/ reinforces core concepts of event led salsa dancing.

sprite-i2i  Salsa Rapido class levels

Salsa Rapido® class levels
All salsa classes group students according to ability. These are then labelled
e.g. level one, two or three; Grade A, B or, C; Gold, Silver, Bronze etc.
For my salsa classes I prefer the ever popular Beginners, Improvers, Intermediate and Advanced.
Since many classes use the same labels there is often confusion and overlap.

Tip1: It feels better to be promoted than knocked back! (We don’t always get it right!)
Tip2: Don’t assume, ask! (salsa teachers love to talk salsa)

Salsa Rapido levels:
Beginners Salsa:
Are aware of the FWS (Foot Work Sequence) but it’s not mastered. They make regular errors unless they concentrate directly on the FWS. This need for concentration slows their learnin pace down drastically.
Habits formed here stay with you for ever!

Improvers Salsa:
Have pretty much mastered the FWS and can manipulate it into many shapes and use it as the basis of moves. They are able to concentrate on other things at the same time and can therefore learn at a faster pace.
Generally improver's do not dance freestyle in the club due to lack of confidence in their ability.

Intermediate Salsa:
Are able to dance freestyle in the clubs (club competent) and do. This gives them practice and confidence. They often have acquired bad habits and often are lacking in several areas.

Advanced Sasla:
No longer need classes. They can dance at the level of their partner without the need to display.

sprite-i2i  Salsa Rapido Principles

Salsa Rapido® Principles:

Back in 1995 when I started developing the Salsa Rapido® teaching method I based the curriculum around a group of core principles. They have remained my guiding light for the curriculum and my teaching style.
The backbone of Salsa Rapido is its use of linked teaching concepts including FWS and the Salsa Rapido framework.

1) Fast 'n Fun:
We want to fast-track you to a level where you can participate in freestyle salsa in salsa clubs i.e. club competent / social level.
Once at this level the salsa’s social scene will retain you within the dance. so you are less likely to drop out of classes.
To achieve this goal we must use the very best teaching techniques that are fast and fun.
We teach leaders to lead well and followers to follow any lead. Choreography is therefore not necessary i.e. there is no need to dance with someone who knows the same routines.

2) Avoid Bad Habits:
We wish you to avoid the generally accepted bad habits that hinder you and the perception of you at club/social level.
If you have retained 'beginner like' habits and sloppy technique you will struggle to lose them later, so we simply show you what they are, why there occur, and give you alternate ‘good habits.
Life is too short to tell you one thing and later on say forget it. If it's not OK at club/social level then it's not OK at beginners level.

3) Focus on Mechanics:
Salsa Rapido differentiates mechanics (the way the L&F communicate ) from style (the habitual way that a dancer implements the mechanics) and the styling (extra deliberate movements that dancers use to add effect to their movements)
Since the mechanics have the greatest use on the dance floor they are emphasised. All mechanical concepts have been tested across the globe and against the idea that the simplest mechanical solution is deemed to be the best.

4) Your Style not mine:
We would like you to develop your own style and expression. To do this you need to make choices about what looks good. Our roll is to empower that choice through presenting a foundation course that draws from all regional styles. A biased curriculum will bias you towards a particular style, and later, you will find it hard to broaden your ability to another.

5) FWS rules OK!
The core concept of the Salsa Rapido teaching method is the use of the Foot Work Sequence FWS. This is the conceptual use of the basic LRLP RLRP as governing concept which defines salsa, to which everything else can be linked.
FWS - - Music - - Timing - - Musical interpretation
FWS - - Mirrored to partner - - Storing and releasing of power generate spins and travelling steps.
Also to promote the FWS as a tool in teaching salsa and highlight its significant advantages at beginners level.

sprite-i2i  Timetable for Sunday i2i

Meet at venue 11-11.30
11.30pm course starts
5.00pm finish
We have an hour for lunch and regular breaks as appropriate.
Please Arrive on time!
Tip: Check tube and train times for engineering delays!

What to bring:
Clothing: Comfortable casual cloths, a spare top or t-shirt.
Footwear: Comfortable, smooth soled shoes (we do not recommend trainers)
Alternative refreshments: There are many cafes within easy walking distance of the venue and you're welcome to eat wherever you wish.


sprite-i2i  i2i Big Combos Flavour

i2i Big Combos Flavour parts one and two.

So often in salsa moves are presented and big combinations or combos. From You Tube clips to salsa classes at salsa congresses and weekenders, big combos are the ‘standard packaging’ of repertoire.
This course will give you big combos! (I think you probably guessed that!)
Also:
How we remember moves and make them danceable straight after the class.
Bringing a routine up to standard for stage, tv, competitions and (dare I say it) a wedding dance.
Most importantly, making a combo your own.
Please note:
It doesn't matter which order you take the i2i Flavours. (Do Big Combos pt 2 or pt 1 in any order!)
All Salsa Rapido® i2i Flavours salsa classes are not suitable for absolute beginners.
All i2i Flavours salsa lessons start with the compulsory Salsa Rapido® framework section which introduces/ reinforces core concepts of event led salsa dancing.

sprite-i2i  Am I an Improver or beginner

Am I a beginner or Improver
In ascending order the general levels are:
Beginner, Improver, Intermediate, Advanced.

Beginners:
If you have never had a salsa class before, or you have tried a couple of salsa classes you are a beginner. No expertise in another dance qualifies you for salsa although you can expect to find many aspects of the course easier.
An excellent natural definition of a salsa beginner is that you cannot keep the footwork sequence going consistently unless most of your attention is focussed upon it.
Improvers:
An improver has generally completed 6-10 classes (weekly 1 hour) and can consistently keep the footwork sequence going while thinking of other things. You will have experienced spins, turns and various combinations but probably have not mastered them or cannot remember them.
Usually improvers are not confident of dancing in a freestyle situation and lack practice.
The Improver level Course is called the i.2.i. "improvers to intermediate" and is a direct follow on to the 1-Day Intensive Course for Beginners
Click here to visit the i.2.i. FAQ
Intermediate:
Once you can dance freestyle in a club you naturally become an Intermediate. You’re getting so much practice that a gap opens up between those who freestyle and those who don’t. You’ll still make mistakes, and get frustrated about various things but it’s a nice place to be so well done and enjoy :-)
Advanced:
The quick answer is ... if you’re reading this you’re not! But if you are advanced you’ll know it. You won’t need medals or camera crews, but you’ll be able to look good any time any place anywhere, and most importantly you’ll be able to make anyone you dance with feel great.

Tips:
If you have reached that freestyle salsa level but have had a break from salsa of months / years you are just a rusty intermediate and you should not go back to beginners level. If you are not sure call us or try one of our regular weekly classes and have a chat about your level.

Don’t be overeager to become advanced. (from a man who created Salsa Rapido!) What I mean is enjoy the journey. There’s fun to be had at every level. Those beginners you leave behind in your race to improve may have become your friend for life.

Ride above the cliquedom and politics and give a little back. An advanced dancer who can’t dance with a beginner isn’t advanced.

And finally... If you’re really not sure, call me. I’ve been having this conversation for a loooong time and can usually clarify things for you.

sprite-i2i  Am I an Improver

An improver has generally completed 6-10 classes (weekly 1 hour) and can consistently keep the footwork sequence going. You will have experienced spins, turns and various combinations but probably have not mastered them or cannot remember them.
Once you can dance free-style in a club you naturally become an Intermediate.
Please note that if you have reached that free-style level but have had a break from salsa of months / years you are just a rusty intermediate and you should not go back to beginners level.
If you are not sure call us or try one of our regular weekly classes and have a chat about your level.

sprite-i2i  Why have waiting lists

We want to offer the best course possible and that means balanced numbers of men and women (see why have balanced numbers).
Please don't be put off by the waiting list as we nearly always offer places to everyone on the list.
Generally ladies book early (they're organised) and men book late! The waiting list covers the gap in the middle.
We also use the waiting list to make up for last minute transfers etc.

sprite-i2i  Am I an Improver or Beginner

Am I a beginner?
If you have never had a salsa class before, or you have tried a couple of salsa classes you are a beginner. No expertise in another dance qualifies you for salsa although you can expect to find many aspects of the course easier.
An excellent natural definition of a salsa beginner is that you cannot keep the footwork sequence going consistently without concentrating on it.

Am I an Improver?
An improver has generally completed 4-10 classes (weekly 1 hour) and can consistently keep the footwork sequence going. You will have experienced spins, turns and various combinations but probably have not mastered them or cannot remember them.
Once you can dance free-style in a club you naturally become an Intermediate.
Please note that if you have reached that free-style level but have had a break from salsa of months / years you are just a ‘rusty’ intermediate and you should not go back to beginners level.
If you are not sure call me and have a chat about your level.

Minimum level required for i.2.i. courses?
Please note that the Salsa Rapido i.2.i. Flavours program is not for absolute beginners.
It is a course to bring post beginners into the faster paced world of freestyle salsa.

Minimum standard guideline for i.2.i. courses:
All participants must be able to keep their footwork going whilst concentrating on something else.
All participants must be able to manipulate their FWS to make a range of basic steps.
All participants must have experienced a range of moves.
All participants must be able to lead or follow a 'Cross Body Lead' or 'Dile Que No'
I strongly recommend that a minimum of four hours tuition has been completed prior to the i.2.i. - Beginners Consolidation.
If you're still not sure contact us (daytime only please).

sprite-i2i  Am I a beginner

If you have never had a salsa class before, or you have tried a couple of salsa classes you are a beginner. No expertise in another dance qualifies you for salsa although you can expect to find aspects of the course easier.
An excellent natural definition of a salsa beginner is that you cannot keep the footwork sequence going consistently. Please also see 'Am I an Improver' and the i.2.i. course level requirments

sprite-i2i  Alastair Sadler salsa teacher

Alastair Sadler has been teaching salsa since 1995 and has clocked up over 12,000 classes.
From the start he has developed and refined the progressive teaching method called Salsa Rapido.
Many of his projects have helped define salsa in the UK:
Salsa instructors forum (a workshop where instructors could exchange good teaching practice an ideas).
The One Day Intensive course (The world's first and most successful intensive course, still running weekly)
Salsa university (an all-dayer concept but weekly with 5 advanced classes in different styles)
In addition to teaching he runs The Streetbeat Salsa Co. and edited the Email Salsa News from 1999 -2007.
Salsa Camden - London's highly successful Rapido & Rueda venue where we ran the UK's first ever weekly Bachata course.
In 2001 he choreographed & performed a solo demo (with a mop and office chair) at several congresses and events throughout Europe.
His TV credits as performer and/or choreographer include Baby Father I & II, Casualty, Happiness, Auf Weidersehn Pet and the BBC Ident ( He was the big guy at the front in the white shirt!)

Since 2011 he has realised his love of comedy and performed Stand Up at The Edinburgh Fringe festival (2011, 2012)
I still have many new projects to run such as Liquida and teacher training courses.
It's all been possible through the support of my wife Felicity aka DJ Felicidad with whom I've been married to since 1994.

sprite-i2i  What If I need to pospone

Once booked, you are committed to coming and if you don't show no refund will be given.
However, if you need to postpone please call us (don't email) with as much notice as possible and we will do what we can to help. Our priority is to those attending the course regarding balanced numbers of men and women etc.
We do charge a fee for transferring a booking:-
Transfers with 3 days or more notice = £10 per person.
Transfers with 2 days or less notice = £15 per person.

sprite-i2i  History of i2i salsa courses

Sept 2013 launch of Salsa Rapido i2i Flavours.
This upgrade solves several problems: Currently I offer one opportunity to do the i2i Beginners Consolidation per month. Which means people have to wait up to four weeks for the course and if they miss that one it's two months! I also want to create a learning environment where people are learning peer to peer. i.e. a supportive and friendly group with experienced and less experienced participants. Once participants have attended any one of the i2i courses they can do all the other flavours for half price, within six months.
Extended to full day 11- 11.30am. This will mean a proper lunch break.
The first part of the day is effectively the old Beginners Consolidation course. My much loved/hated exercises designed to ram home the fundamental Salsa Rapido concepts and skills now renamed Salsa Rapdio Framework.
After lunch we add in the flavour of the day. La Rueda, Smooth Styling, Musical Interpretation and Big moves. (I'm thinking of adding to this list)
For the i2i flavours I'm aiming for reasonably balanced numbers rather than the precise balance we have on the beginners.
I'm currently working on the notes and video clips for the course :-)

Jan 2008 sees the launch of the i.2.i. course (improvers to intermediate) and chance to develop the content of the B.C.B.
There is too much content for a single day, so a themed course can cover much much more within the i2i.
I wish to maintain each sessions independence so dancers can get a lot from just one session, but even more with several. The themes will help to focus on specific areas in detail, whilst maintaining the Salsa Rapido method's foundation course status.
When the 1-Day intensives were established in 2002 (we believe these were the first regular full day courses in the world) The B.C.B. Beginners Consolidation and Beyond was created. Since then hundreds of dancers have been propelled into club competence. The most common feedback is 'When I went back to my local club, loads of people said wow what a difference!'

1998 - Alastair ran a 10 week course titled Deep Salsa for intermediate dancers in London's West End (Later repeated in Sweden on a non-Salsa Rapido influenced scene)
The course was designed to explore and test a number of concepts. The main objective was to discover the differences between an average follower and an advanced follower, and the leading, following and style techniques that enabled dancers to achieve advanced level.
The conclusions were both startling an obvious, and they formed the basis for the Salsa Rapido Framework and affected the Salsa Rapido curriculum at every level.

sprite-i2i  i2i Smooth Styling Flavour

Smooth Styling
"I believe most people aspire to a smoother style where dancers seamless shift from one move to the next in complete balance with each other and the music."
This course aims to:
• Polish your salsa leading and following skills and develop true free styling (as opposed to choreographed salsa)
• Take your salsa style somewhere new and different so you gain an objective view of where you want to go with your salsa style
• Deliberately take the genre of Salsa somewhere new and exciting.

Background:
For this course our starting point is London style salsa of the mid nineties, a fusion of Miami Cuban and Columbian. Most of the good male dancers were afro Caribbean and brought a fluidity and smoothness that reflected soul, reggae and funk.
By taking that smoothing of the moves and applying confidence and rapport it make the perfect dance for slightly slower rnb influenced salsa.

sprite-i2i  i2i Musical Interp and Garnish

I've combined two course into one as they work so well together.
Musical Interpretation: Using the music to influence your dance.
Often overlooked, musical interpretation is your best friend when you work with it and your worst enemy if you choose to ignore it.

The course covers:
Salsa Timings.
The Salsa Rapido framework of musical interpretation ( how to use the music)
Historical timeline of salsa music.
Salsa club sub-genres (bachata, merengue, cumbia, son, etc...)
The instruments of a typical salsa band and their rhythmic contribution.

Garnish- the pretty stuff on the edge of the dish, and so it is for salsa....
A collection of salsa techniques that appear to break the rules including:
Freezes;
Dips 'n drops (doing them safely);
Six beat moves (multiple spins and footwork);
Transition steps;
The body language secrets of salsa dancing including Reactive Leading.
The terms may not be familiar to you but their effect on the dance is!
Learn how to use them and how others abuse them.

All Salsa Rapido? i2i Flavours salsa classes are not suitable for absolute beginners.
All i2i Flavours salsa lessons start with the compulsory Salsa Rapido? framework section which introduces/ reinforces core concepts of 'event led' salsa dancing.

sprite-i2i  i2i Terms and Conditions

Terms and Conditions for Salsa Rapido course bookings.
These Terms and conditions are designed so that your course runs smoothly within the best environment possible.

Please do not contact us via email as they often get missed, call us (office hours) on 0208 888 5507

Transfers:
Once booked you are committed to the date of the course. If however, you wish to transfer to a later date or put your booking on hold we can do so. Transfers do attract a transfer fee. These transfer fees are dependent on how close to the date of your booking you make the transfer. Transfers can only be made via the telephone within office hours (Mon. to Fri.) prior to the course. Transfers with 7 days or more notice = £5 per person. Transfers with 3-7 days notice = £10 per person. Transfers with 2 days or less notice = £15 per person.
No-Shows: No-Shows is the term we give to those people who do not arrive at the course at the given time and have not contacted us by 5pm on the day before the course to transfer. No-Shows are not refunded or made alternative offers, as their actions disrupt the balance of the class.
Refund Policy: We will only refund in the unlikely event of The Streetbeat Salsa Co. cancelling the course. No further compensation will be offered.
Health and Safety: We expect all participants who have physical or mental problems, which may affect their performance or the performance of others to seek professional medical advice prior to booking and inform the instructors prior to the course.
Should any problems occur during the course, participants must immediately stop and inform the instructors immediately. The Streetbeat Salsa Co. accepts no responsibility for injuries etc. sustained during the course.
Exclusions: Participants may be asked to leave with no refund for the following reasons:
Dangerous, Disruptive or offensive behaviour;
Poor personal hygiene;
Inappropriate dress likely to cause injury;
Apparent alcohol or drug use, before or during the course;
Inappropriate level i.e. to far above or below the stated level of the course.
Any breach of the above terms and conditions:
Copyright: The Streetbeat Salsa Co. reserves all rights to the material presented at the course. N.B. The verbal content is scripted and therefore subject to copyright. No recording or photography of the course is allowed.
Photography and Filming: These terms and conditions also include your agreement to the filming/ photographing of the course and you hereby give all consents necessary for the reproduction, exhibition and use of the material recorded. The Streetbeat Salsa Co. are entitled to cut and edit the film as we deem fit.
Changing partners: Changing Partners is essential and non-optional. See FAQ 'Do I need a partner?' for details.
We look forward to seeing you on the day.
Alastair Sadler - The Streetbeat Salsa Co.

sprite-offer Offers:

It's special offer time for Ladies this Summer!
Two Ladies for the price of one on Beginners and Improvers Salsa Rapido Intensive courses.
Beginners - Saturdays 10.30-5.30pm just £45 that's £22.50 each!!!
Improvers - Sundays (check dates) just £40 that's £20 each !!!

USE OFFER CODE: 'girls241'

Don't wait come this Saturday!
Tell your friends about the girls241 deal

Book now enjoy later!
Get into salsa Now!
Amazing Offer!
Anyone new to salsa can get their first 3 weeks of classes for only £16.
No need to pre book, no code word, just come a little earlier.

Offer valid for three consecutive weeks at any Streetbeat club venue.
Only applies to absolute beginners classes.
Only one offer per person- no repeats.


sprite-news Events:

The Summer Thames Salsa Cruise is fast approaching!
For a lazy July evening in mid summer, the cruise is simply perfect :-) Dance, chat, chill, whatever you wish...
It's on Sunday 23rd July and tickets are already available from our website or you can buy them from our regular salsa nights on Tuesdays at Gilgamesh in Camden. Get 'em early because we will probably sell out!
Groups (5+) cost ?£15 and the regular advanced price is ?£18. (?£22 cash on the day)

Come and salsa the River as we cruise from the Festival Pier Southbank to the Barrier and back. Watch the sunset as you sip a drink on the back deck, then see the River sparkle as the city lights up; all the while listening to some great salsa music to entice you back to the dance floor.
Four hours of dancing and fun; what a great way to spend a summer evening!
Departs Festival Pier by the Royal Festival Hall, Southbank at 6.45pm, returning at 10.50pm

sprite-news News:

Professional lifestyle blogger Lela London came on the Salsa Rapido 1-Day Intensive and blogged about it.
Read her report:

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"Whether you're prepping for a trip to Cuba or simply want to burn 2000 calories feeling sexy, Salsa Rapido is an absolute must."

Lela London

I've released the dates for the i.2.i. course at bar Salsa on Sundays up to August 2017.
The Beginners 1-Day course are every Saturday.
Sunday Salsa Courses 2017 at bar Salsa!:


Apr 9th i2i Spins
Apr 30th i2i Travelling + intro Rueda

May 7th i2i Rueda
May 21st i2i Big Combos

June 4th i2i Musical Interp and Garnish
June 18th i2i Smooth Styling

July 2nd i2i Spins
July 16th i2i Travelling + intro Rueda
July 30th i2i Rueda

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