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Latin dance classes in Trinidad

Latin dance school in Trinidad & Tobago

We have evolved over the years and have developed a masterful training system that just works.

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Sarah Lopez Dancing Kizomba In Trinidad
Dance Instructors From Salsamology Dance Academy

Latin classes in Trinidad

Personalized sessions

We now offer In-Person Classes to our Students. This allows students to dance with us in a live environment where we can physically interact. Students can now enroll for classes using our Membership Portal and also review On-Demand Videos of our syllabus as an additional learning tool.

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Our Dance Styles

Our experienced instructors will guide you through the rhythms and techniques of each style, helping you build your skills and confidence. From the sensual bachata to the lively merengue, our dance styles are perfect for all levels and ages. 

  1. Salsa

    The salsa is a fast-paced, energetic dance that originated in the Caribbean in the 20th century. It is a ballroom dance that is characterized by its lively rhythms, fluid movements, and sensual style. The salsa is a popular dance for social dancing and performances, and it is often performed to Latin music..

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    Salsa Dancing
  2. Merengue

    Merengue is a fun and energetic dance style that originated in the Dominican Republic. Known for its fast-paced, upbeat rhythms, merengue is a popular dance style that is enjoyed by people of all ages and skill levels.

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    Merengue Dancing
  3. Bachata

    The bachata is a slow, romantic dance that originated in the Dominican Republic in the 20th century. It is a ballroom dance that is characterized by its smooth, sensual movements and intimate hold. The bachata is a popular dance for social dancing and performances, and it is often performed to Latin music.

    Learn more about Bachata
    Bachata Dancing
  4. Kizomba

    Kizomba is a slow and intimate dance that is often performed in close embrace, with the dancers' bodies pressed close together. This style of dance is ideal for couples who want to improve their connection and communication, as it requires close coordination and trust between partners.

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    Kizomba Dancing
  5. 3-Step

    In addition to their similar rhythms, both 3-Step and rumba also share similar movements, with both styles featuring smooth, sensual steps that are performed in a slow, deliberate manner. Whether you are an experienced dancer or just starting out, these similarities make it easy to transition between 3-Step and rumba, allowing you to enjoy the best of both worlds.

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    3 Step Dancing
  6. Cha Cha

    The cha-cha is a fast-paced, upbeat dance that originated in the 1950s in Cuba. It is a ballroom dance that is characterized by its staccato footwork and lively rhythms. The cha-cha is a popular dance for competitions and performances, and it is often performed to Latin music.

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    Cha Cha Dancing
  7. Pachanga

    Pachanga is a lively and playful dance style that originated in Cuba in the 1950s. The dance style is characterized by a shuffle step and playful, freestyle movements, including twists, turns, and kicks. The music for pachanga is typically upbeat and incorporates elements of salsa, mambo, and cha-cha.

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    Pacahnaga Dancing In A Party
  8. Latin Hustle

    Latin Hustle is a partner dance that originated in the United States in the 1970s. The dance style is often performed to disco or funk music, and incorporates elements of other Latin dance styles such as salsa and cha-cha. The dance style became popular in the disco era and is still danced today in social and competitive settings.

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    Latin Hustle Dancing


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We answer your most frequently asked questions

Whether you're a seasoned dancer or stepping onto the dance floor for the first time, find answers to common queries about pricing, attire, and more. Join us as we unravel the details, ensuring your experience with us is as smooth as your dance moves!

Student Memberships
  • How much do your dance classes cost?

    Our drop-in classes are $60 per session 1 hour.

    For unlimited classes during the week, the monthly fee is $300.

    We offer a special package for $525 per couple per month.

    Save more with our three-month package at $750.

  • What dance styles do you teach at Salsamology Dance Academy?

    We specialize in various Latin dance styles, including Salsa, Bachata, Kizomba, Merengue, 3-Step, Cha Cha, and Pachanga.

  • What should I wear to dance classes?

    Wear comfortable clothing that allows freedom of movement.

    Dance shoes are recommended but not mandatory.

    If you’re just starting, comfortable sneakers or shoes with a smooth sole work well.

  • Do I need a partner to join the classes?

    No partner is required. We rotate partners during classes to enhance learning and socialize.

  • Are there discounts for group registrations?

    Yes, we offer group discounts for corporate events, parties, or special occasions. Contact us for more details.

  • How do I sign up for classes?

    You can easily sign up through our website or visit us in person.

  • Do you have classes for beginners?

    Absolutely! We have classes tailored for all levels, including beginners. Our experienced instructors will ensure you feel comfortable and enjoy the learning process.

  • Can I attend classes if I have never danced before?

    Of course! Our classes are designed for individuals with varying levels of experience. We believe everyone can learn and enjoy the art of dance.

  • Are there age restrictions for your classes?

    Our classes are open to adults of all ages. However, for specific classes or events, there may be age restrictions. Check the class details for more information.

  • Are private lessons available?

    Yes, we offer private lessons. Contact us to discuss your requirements and schedule.

  • What is the duration of each dance class?

    Most of our classes are one hour long. Private lessons can be adjusted based on your preferences.

  • Is there parking available at your studio?

    Details about parking facilities at our studio can be found on our website or by contacting us directly.

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  • Group classes

    These are classes where multiple students learn and practice a particular dance style together. Group classes are usually scheduled at specific times and days, and are led by a dance instructor. Group classes provide a social environment and a chance to interact with other dancers.

  • Private classes

    These are one-on-one classes between a student and a dance instructor. Private classes are personalized and tailored to the specific needs and goals of the student. They offer a more focused and individualized learning experience, and the student can progress at their own pace.

  • Workshops

    These are intensive classes that focus on a specific dance style or topic. They provide an opportunity for students to learn and practice new skills and techniques, and to gain a deeper understanding of a particular dance style or topic.