The most popular form of social dance, originated in New York in the mid 70´s, with influences from Latino America, particularly Cuba and Puerto Rico.

Salsa as intentional dance can be found in most metropolitan cities in the world, commonly held in night Clubs, Ballroom, Restaurants, Festivals.

Exist many different styles of Salsa dance like Cuban, Colombian, Puerto Rican, New York and Los Angeles Style, which is the most danced salsa style.

Salsa dancing is great fun and super sexy!


Mambo is very similar to Salsa. The biggest difference is the timing of the steps. While in Salsa the guy steps forward on 1 and back on 5, he steps back on 2 and forward on 6 in Mambo. The dance is more accentuated, elegant and lead is smooth. There is a lot of improvisation in social dance which offers great opportunity for music interpretation in partnerwork as well as in solo shines.


Sensual, expressive, easy to learn – and most of all fun!

Bachata is a romantic and passionate Latin Dance, originally from Dominican Republic.

It became widely popular in all over Latin America and is now becoming increasing popular in Europe as part of various international dance congresses, festivals and competitions. This form of dance is easy to get into as it does not include complex turn patterns but also allows masters to show their skills with tricky combinations, fast variations of steps, musicality and styling elements.


This form of dance comes in two styles: Ballroom and Club/Social or some people called street style, but it does not mean that this style does not have technique. The biggest difference between the two is the chasse (The "cha cha cha" part) in ballroom it is done to the side, traveling a great distance, whereas scaly in the clubs it is forward and backwards and kept much smaller. The moves in Social style Cha Cha are very similar to salsa; there are generally no open breaks, which trademark of the ballroom style and are designed to present to an audience. Both styles are danced on 2, like mambo or NY style Salsa.


Latin Boogaloo was originated in New York from a fusion of many styles like African American R&B, Soul, Mambo and Son Montuno. This style developed decades later under the influence of Funk music and Hip hop. Boogaloo dance is characterized as a fluid leg-oriented style, utilizing rolls of the hips, knees, legs and head.

We offer it in a body isolation and coordination class where you can workout without making too much effort. The fusion of the moves is not just fun, it gives you also a great feeling and releases stress.


Brazilian Zouk hat seine Wurzeln im Lambada. Der sinnliche Paartanz aus Brasilien vereint verschiedene Stilrichtungen. Kennzeichnend sind die fließenden fortlaufenden Bewegungen sowie Bodymovements wie z.B. Bodyrolls und "Headmovements".

Zouk kann auf eine Vielfalt verschiedenster Musikarten getanzt werden, unter anderem auch RnB, Pop, Soul Music sowie manche Kizomba.

Wir spezialisieren uns auf die Methodologie des Soulzouks, welche kennzeichnend für besonders softe Führungstechnik ist.

Sabrina Tuchan

Fürth, Germany

+49 160 3018051