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Best Places for Salsa Dancing Lessons in Seattle

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Want to heat up the dance floor with a little salsa? You’ve seen all those television dancing shows. Now you can learn to dance like a star yourself at one of these local dancing studios!

Salsa Con Todo
750 North 34th Street
Seattle, WA 98103
206.402.2945
http://www.salsacontodo.com

Salsa Con Todo is serious about teaching salsa, and serious about having fun! Seattle salsa classes for beginner, intermediate and advanced students. You can also explore Bachata, Merengue, Cha Cha Cha, and Guaguanco and Zouk! At Salsa Con Todo, the goal is to help you become a confident dancer who can combine styles, and become comfortable with salsa dancing. Located in Fremont, you can take a series for only $80! Drop-in classes are available, and there’s a Social Dance every Friday night beginning at 8:00pm. Call or go online for more information.

Century Ballroom
915 E. Pine
Seattle, WA 98122
206.324.7263
http://www.centuryballroom.com

It’s the most popular dance taught at Century Ballroom! Their salsa classes will help you bring the ‘sauce’ into your partner dancing and learn the basic foot patterns and turns of this sensual, steamy and easy-to-learn dance. With its Latin and Afro-Cuban roots and variety of patterns, it’s fun to learn! Century Ballroom teaches four levels of Salsa Dancing, so you can keep adding to what you’ve learned! Then check the calendar to see when Century Ballroom offers Salsa Nights. You can come to the optional mini lesson 30 minutes prior to the dance. Then hit the dance floor! No partner required to attend.

Studio 6 Ballroom
2608 6th Avenue
Tacoma, WA 98406
253.905.5301
http://www.studio6ballroom.com

Studio 6 teaches Beginning Salsa classes, and Intermediate Salsa Classes. Or you can sign up for a “Ballroom Bootcamp” that teaches you many of the classic ballroom dancing styles, including salsa. On Friday nights, it’s drop in class, where you can bring your questions, improve your technique, or find your personal salsa style. Learn the fundamentals and fun patterns. You can drop-in more than once (different combinations are taught each week). Then – stay on Friday night for an open dancing/practice included in your mini lesson cost.

The Washington Dance Club
1017 Stewart Street
Seattle, WA 98101
206.628.8939
http://www.washingtondance.com

Put on your dancin’ shoes! For an elegant evening or a casual night on the town, a chance to meet people or dance with your sweetheart, the Washington Dance Club is for you. They teach beginning and intermediate salsa, plus they offer dances where you can hone your skills on Friday and Sunday nights! Founded in 1987, the Washington Dance Club has been bringing the fun, romance and passion of Ballroom, Latin and Swing dancing to Northwest dancers for over 24 years.

Premier Ballroom
2909 Hewitt Avenue
Everett, WA 98201
425.422.0137
http://www.premierballroomdance.com

Premier Ballroom is an independent, locally owned and operated studio. They offer individual and group lessons. Most lessons are during the week, after work hours. Come for a fun time learning all the Latin steps like Rumba, Mambo/Salsa, Swing/Jive, Samba, Bolero, Cha Cha, and Paso Doble! There’s also a once-a-month Dance Social that is open to the public, and includes a group class!

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