Course Type
Course Level:
Level
Skill Level:
Neighbourhood
Neighbourhood:
Price
Price:
Currently viewing classes from:
Age
Age:
Faculty : Lavina Khanna
  • ONSITE
  • AT HOME

Fun at work. Feel free to have fun while getting yourself a workout. Loosen up a bit in order to move according to the rhythm of hip hop, jazz, and Latin music. This is your chance to show off your da Read More..

4500 Onwards

  • 0 Rating
  • ONSITE
  • AT HOME

Salsa evolved from earlier Cuban dance forms such as Son, Son Montuno, Cha cha cha and Mambo which were popular in the Caribbean, Latin America and the Latino communities in New York since the 1940s.& Read More..

3000 Onwards

  • 0 Rating
  • ONSITE
  • AT HOME

Salsa evolved from earlier Cuban dance forms such as Son, Son Montuno, Cha cha cha and Mambo which were popular in the Caribbean, Latin America and the Latino communities in New York since the 1940s.& Read More..

3000 Onwards

  • 0 Rating

Where no fance has gone before and never had come back

Faculty : Head Rush India
  • ONSITE
  • AT HOME

Lorem Ipsum is simply dummy text of the printing and typesetting industry. Lorem Ipsum has been the industry's standard dummy text ever since the 1500s, when an unknown printer took a galley of type and scrambled it to make a type specimen book. It has survived not only five centuries, but also the leap into electronic typesetting, remaining.

4,000 - 4,500
28 Reviews

Faculty : Lavina Khanna
  • ONSITE
  • AT HOME

Fun at work. Feel free to have fun while getting yourself a workout. Loosen up a bit in order to move according to the rhythm of hip hop, jazz, and Latin music. This is your chance to show off your da Read More..

4500 Onwards

  • 0 Rating
  • ONSITE
  • AT HOME

Salsa evolved from earlier Cuban dance forms such as Son, Son Montuno, Cha cha cha and Mambo which were popular in the Caribbean, Latin America and the Latino communities in New York since the 1940s.& Read More..

3000 Onwards

  • 0 Rating
  • ONSITE
  • AT HOME

Salsa evolved from earlier Cuban dance forms such as Son, Son Montuno, Cha cha cha and Mambo which were popular in the Caribbean, Latin America and the Latino communities in New York since the 1940s.& Read More..

3000 Onwards

  • 0 Rating
Need help in getting started? Contact us