19 December 2007
Dance Drumnadrochit Dance!

New for 2008 - Salsa North will be running 4 week dance courses in Merengue and the Cha Cha! 

Come to them all - or dip in and out as each class can teach you something new! Keep fit or Just for fun! All welcome.

Tuesdays from 7pm to 8.30pm

January 8th through 29th 2008

Merengue is part of Dominican Republic folklore, lively and joyful dance written in 4/4 time and because we move in every beat, we count them 1,2 and 1,2. Therefore the sequences are just two steps, transfering the weight on each step, which make it very easy to dance.

February 5th through 26th 2008

Salsa - its back

March 4th to 18th 2008

Cha-Cha is the newcomer of the Latin American dances. This dance was first seen in the dance-halls of America, in the early fifties, following closely Mambo, from which it was developed. Shortly after the Mambo was introduced, another rhythm started to gain popularity, a rhythm that was ultimately to become the most commonly known of the Latin American dances throughout the world. It was named Cha-Cha. The music is slower than Mambo and the rhythm is less complicated. The interpretation of Cha-Cha music should produce a happy, carefree, cheeky, party-time-like atmosphere.

Each lesson is £5 Adults / £1 Under 16 (must be accompanied by an adult)


Click for Map
Click on the Images below to find out more
 2022 School's Out catalogue online!  Bookings now open for all ages
Disability Information Scotland
Find us on Facebook
High Life Highland
sitemap | cookie policy | privacy policy | accessibility statement