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If friendship, community, passion and technique are important to you, then you will love learning to dance with Salsabor Dance Studio in Canberra. Since first offering classes in 2005 and then opening our first studio in 2010, we have grown to provide the widest range of dance styles in Canberra from Salsa, Brazilian Samba and Bachata through to Zouk and Burlesque.
With a vision to have everyone in Canberra dancing, the passion of our instructors and our open approach to teaching shines through in all of our classes and events.
As a beginner taking your first steps, we will have you dancing with confidence in any social setting and even performing, if that is what you desire. And as an experienced dancer, we will help you finesse your dancing with advanced styling techniques.
So if you want to dance with Sabor (flavour) and learn with a school that is passionate and leading the way in its teaching methods, we would love for you to join us.
SOME LOVE FROM OUR
“All the instructors were incredibly helpful and very friendly, they made the experience the best they could every single time and every time they delivered.” Salsa Level 1 Student
“It was great learning new step and starting to get into it enough to be able to go out and social dance. The Instructors made it really fun and entertaining, making any awkwardness dancing with strangers easy to laugh off.”
“The community you meet at Salsabor is great – the instructors, the class mates, the social events! 100% recommend just giving it a go. It’s made me see how much dancing is a way of life. No regrets.”
“Salsabor’s instructors are knowledgeable and seem to really care about creating a positive learning experience for their students.”
“Adam is particularly enthusiastic, his passion for the dance was infectious. Sarah adds poise, femininity and elegance. The lessons and new moves were well paced. It has a fun and light hearted feel, no one at the studio took themselves too seriously.”
“I’ve made some awesome friends from Canberra and around the world through dancing at Salsabor. The instructors are great, the classes and social dancing are fun, and my only complaint is that there is only so many classes I can attend a week.”
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Are you starting Salsa dancing for the first time?- Then, you may be confused as to what you should expect at the first session with your instructor. If you are nervous about attending your first class, there are a few things you can do to make you feel at ease: Watch...read more
"I've met so many great friends, and I always look forward to my dance classes”- Praise indeed from the student who the Salsabor team have voted as being the most outstanding overall in Term 1. United with us by our mutual love of dance, Anne has become a familiar...read more
The Salsabor team is delighted to introduce our newest Salsa instructor, the enigmatic Deon. As you can see from the pictures, he’s massively photogenic, beautifully poised and exudes the very reason why we all love to dance – because it makes us so happy! Deon’s...read more
Sherriden’s absolute love of dance started at age 4. Her dance journey has been a roller coaster – training in classical ballet, jazz, tap, then teaching jazz and performing and choreographing musical theatre. She then encountered various injuries, and then later discovered of the absolute wonders of Latin dancing. She particularly loves the style of Brazilian […]
Carolina was born in Uruguay and with only 9 months moved to Barcelona, Spain. She lived in Spain for 12 years and moved to Australia after that. She started to dance basically when she started walking. When she was living in Spain she went to learn Sevillanas, which is a part of Flamenco. When she […]
Maeve has been dancing since she discovered at age 9 that dance was a legitimate way to make herself the centre of attention. Beginning with jazz, she has since experimented with many different styles and has found that movement and music are the perfect means of personal expression. She firmly believes that every dance tells […]
Stephanie was born at a young age. In her primary years, much to her parents’ dismay, she discovered her love of music in the recorder. Subsequently she was given piano lessons at the age of ten (on the proviso she never pick up a recorder again) and still plays today. During her university years, Stephanie […]
Juan Pablo became the new studio director in 2018. He was born in Spain and has grown up listening to Latin music. During his youth he spent his time playing soccer and learning martial arts. In 2007 he was watching “So You Think You Can Dance” which reminded him of a movie called Salsa the Motion […]
Amanda became a Salsa instructor with Salsabor in 2010, having taken classes with the school for almost two years. She has great enthusiasm for teaching students amongst the world of dance, and her energy and passion is unique and endless. Amanda discovered the world of Latin dance in Tokyo in 2006, and later decided to […]
Ary started out as an enthusiastic student in 2012, trying Salsa, Zouk, Bachata, Burlesque and most of the other styles Salsabor offered. She has stuck with Bachata, and is heavily involved in the Canberra dancing scene. She has performed on numerous occasions at end of term parties and at multicultural festivals, and is a member […]
Jason is the lead Bachata instructor with Salsabor, and brings a wealth of experience and talent to his students, teaching them the latest technique, moves and routines straight from the entertainment industry, in various dance genres. This helps build strengths in the style of all his dancers. His passion for dance saw him taking up […]