Firstly, we’d like to thank all of our amazing guests and participants that joined us for this evening of dance, magic & fun.

Between the solo acts, costumes, & level of dancing; this was, by far, our best one yet!

Decorated in pink & white flowers, the Eiffel Tower, outlined by a string of lights with French music playing, made for the perfect backdrop to our busy ballroom floor.

Whether you were there, or missed out this time, we wanted to share with you our favorite moments from our Santa Rosa and Napa dance studios.

Here are some:

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AuthorCara Recine

Where’d all the Salsa come from?

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The roots of Salsa originated in Eastern Cuba (Santiago de Cuba, Guantanamo) from the Cuban Son (about 1920) and Afro-Cuban dance (like Afro-Cuban Rumba). There, Spanish and Afro-Cuban musical elements were combined, both in terms of rhythm and the instruments used.

Rhythms from two main existing styles of music in the region were combined to create a New dance. This new rhythm was combined with American jazz, and taken to New York by Cuban musicians.

Join us for our All Levels Salsa series!

Every Saturday at 11:15 in our downtown Napa location.

We’ll save you a dance!