SAN DIEGO: Mambo+Music Outdoors Countdown

Join us at the Encinitas Community Park every 1st Saturday of the month for dancing and instrumentation lessons by Natasha and Josh

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What You'll Need For Class

  • Make sure you've created an account on Zoom.us

  • If you're registering for the salsa course, make sure you create a comfortable environment to dance footwork

  • If you're registering for the technique course, make sure you have a mat or towel to stretch on

  • Have some water handy!

Questions?

Hopefully this helps!

  • I can't attend the scheduled live broadcast time. Is there a post-class recording available?

    Yes, absolutely! A recording of the class will be uploaded to your student dashboard within 6 hours of the completion of the live broadcast, making it easy and convenient for you to take the course classes at the liberty of your own schedule no matter where you live in the world.

  • Can I pay drop in rates for progressive courses?

    The progressive courses are carefully crafted in such a way that the content gets built upon from one week. This makes offering a drop-in option too difficult. Natasha will release a series of pre-recorded classes sometime in the near future and you will be able to purchase those individually. If you’d like to be added to the Beta program list please send your first and last name, and email address to tashatia@gmail.com

  • How much space do I need to take these classes?

    It's clear that most students are taking dance class from home these days. Because of this, the amount of space you will need should be minimal, however, Natasha does suggest you have at least 3 ft. of space to dance.

  • Do I need to wear salsa shoes for the salsa on2 progressive course?

    The short answer is no, it's not required to wear salsa shoes for the salsa progressives. However, if you are a person who likes to regularly wear heels for social dancing, and/or any kind of salsa dancing, Natasha does strongly suggest that you train as you would dance. The muscle groups being utilized while flat footed are very different than those that are used while dancing in heels. It's important that we train the way we ultimately want to dance.

  • What level dancer do I need to be to sign up for these courses?

    Natasha offers beginner, intermediate and advanced level classes. The easiest way to know which class is at your level is to go to the class information page and check to find the "Level" description.