Bachata Taster

Level 1

Our Bachata Taster class is an introduction to our progressive courses and it is a great way to experience the teaching and atmosphere and the vibe of this dance style before committing to a full course.

You can expect the learn some the basic Bachata steps, turns and a practical combination for the social dance floor which you can develop and improve in our beginners Bachata course.

Courses Timetable

NOTE: The prices per course displayed below are per person. Making a booking assumes you have agreed to our booking terms and conditions.

Course Day Date Location Price Book
BachataTaster (Level 1)
Monday Evening 7.25-8.25pm
14.Jan-14.Jan Taster
 £12 
Bachata Beginner (Level 1)£12
BachataTaster (Level 1)
Saturday Afternoon 2.30-3.30pm
19.Jan-19.Jan Taster
 £12 
Bachata Beginner (Level 1)£12

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Locations

  • Leicester Sq./Cov. Garden WC2

    Lower ground floor at The Long Acre, 1 Upper St Martin's Ln, London WC2H 9NY

    Tube: Leicester Square (2min), Covent Garden (5min)

  • Holborn Studio, WC1

    The studio inside Fitness First High Holborn, 246 High Holborn, London WC1V 7EX

    Tube: Holborn (2min), Chancery Lane (7-8min)

Instructors

  • Sarah

    Sarah started dancing social partner dances almost a decade ago and s trained in Bachata, Salsa and Zouk.

    She is passionate about introducing dance to beginners, helping them discover a new hobby and passion.

  • Christina

    Christina is a passionate dancer teacher dedicated to sharing the joy and inspiration which only dancing can bring.

    She is experienced in teaching a number of dance styles but you can meet her in our Salsa, Bachata, Club dancing, Diva and Zouk classes.

  • Steve

    Steve has been dancing and teaching for over 10 years, specilisng in social partner dances such as Salsa, Zouk, Bachata and Swing.

    He is passionate about introducing dance to beginners and help them develop good leading and following techniques.

  • Mohammed

    Mohammed is an award-winning instructor in Latin dance which is his specialism.

    He has been teaching for almost a decade everyone from beginners to advanced and his motto is "all classes must be fun" so expect a fair few jokes.

FAQs

  • What to wear in a Bachata dance class?

    Smart casual clothing and comfortable shoes. We recommend small heel shoes for the ladies and leather sole shoes for the gentlemen. Please no stilettos, boots or trainers with a strong grip.

  • Do I need a partner to join a course?

    No, we frequently rotate partners throughout the class to ensure all leading and following techniques are working well.

  • I come with a partner, can we stay dancing together and not rotate with the others?

    I come with a partner, can we stay dancing together and not rotate with the others? We rotate partners in our classes as we have found that dancing with different people teaches better leading and following skills which ultimately makes dancing with our won partner (if you have one) a better and more pleasurable experience. If you are interested in learning to dance as a couple, please check our Beginners Ballroom & Latin courses.