Do I need a partner?
Not at all… here at the School of Salsa, a partner is not necessary. We rotate partners throughout class giving you a chance to dance with everyone while making our classes very sociable.
Are your classes for advanced students?
Our classes are designed to accommodate all experience levels. Whether you are a beginner or a seasoned dancer, we tailor our lessons to whatever our students need.
How long does it take to learn to dance?
This will depend on your goals and level of commitment. Usually after your first lesson, you will be able to dance the basic steps. We will work with you to help you reach your goals, whatever they may be.
Is there an age limit to take classes?
No one is ever too young or too old to learn how to dance salsa. We welcome students of all ages and every level of ability.
What should I wear to class?
Wear clothes that are comfortable for you. Loose clothing is best. If you don’t have dance shoes, socks are your next best option to ensure safety to your knees.
How can I practice what I learn?
The best way to practice is at home or by attending socials. Socials are announced in class and in our monthly newsletter. We find that socials are a great way to put your skills into practice and meet new people. To help encourage this, most of the time, the class goes together as a group. This way, you feel more comfortable knowing that you are not alone.
Where are you located?
Our classes are held the Aloha Dancesport Studio at 350 Ward Ave. Ste 200 across from Ross and the former Sports Authority.
Is there parking?
Parking is available in the lot on Halekauwila Street. You can also find available street parking in the area – metered parking on Ward Ave. and street parking on Halekauwila St. See map below for more info.
How can I register and pay for classes?
You can register and pay for your class in our studio or make a payment online here.
What forms of payment do you accept?
Cash, check, or credit card.