Welcome to Salsa Style where passion and offering one to one help is at the heart of everything we do. We are a small team offering fun and friendly salsa classes for all abilities within the picturesque town of Marlow.
Salsa dancing is a great way of exercising if you want to try something different and it offers many health benefits and after each class you will leave feeling energised, happy and stress free.
Our lead teacher Norman has a passion for Salsa which shines through in his classes. Having taught for over 17 years, he has a unique way of making you feel comfortable the moment you arrive.
All of our teachers understand how daunting it can be to try something new and with their friendly and patient approach, you will experience a positive and uplifting social gathering where everyone is welcome and you will feel fantastic afterwards.
We are running classes now at the Old Church Hall next to the George and Dragon pub in Marlow, close to Hurley, Henley, Maidenhead, High Wycombe, Bracknell, Reading and Slough and SalsaStyle is your No.1 choice for Salsa and Rueda in the Berkshire and Buckinghamshire area
Feedback from our classes:
"What can I say, an amazing fun group. I was nervous about attending on my own but was made to feel comfortable very quickly. The instructors are great and very patient. Love every class. A year on I’m still having just as much fun with a great group. Would recommend this class to anyone who wants a form of exercise while having fun at the same time."
Salsa is a dance form with origins from the Cuban Son and Afro-Cuban dance. It is commonly associated with the salsa music style, although it may be danced under other types of music with an 8-count rhythm.
Rueda de Casino (Rueda) has emerged from a Cuban street group dance with multiple couples in a circle - most often danced to Cuban music (Timba).
Covid19 Impact With the Covid19 extra protection measures and new Tier system we are currently in Tier 2 and therefore sadly unable to reopen. We will need to remain closed until this situation changes