Born out of our love of fine & respectable partner dancing along with good music, NoHoSalsa.com & KizombaNationLahave become the exclusive dance learning spot in Southern California. After learning from a variety of many great Salsa & Kizomba masters & artists from around the world and experiencing different musical cultures, we decided to make good things happen right here in our own backyard, from the NOHO Art District & its surrounding areas to Downtown Los Angeles.
Featuring regularly world talents as well as well-known USA artists, we offer outstanding & well crafted dance lessons every Tuesday & Saturday. At NoHoSalsa.com & KizombaNationLa.com, every hour is Happy Dance Hour.
Come learn KIZOMBA, TARRAXINAH, SEMBA, AFRO-HOUSE, ZOUK-LOVE, SALSA & BACHATA with us while Listening to great latest music & networking with your friends. Come to experience the love of DANCE & MUSIC for yourself.
I enjoy seeing my clients and students very pleased once they master the dance. It is such a great feeling witnessing their joy.
I am a Los Angeles based Kizomba, Salsa (LA & Cuban Styles) & Bachata instructor, festivals & events organizer, workshop creator and avid promoter of Kizomba. I am the original creator of Kizomba Nation, and the current owner of Kizomba Nation LA. Teaching has always been a passion of mine.
As an Instructor, I have been sharing my love for dance through out the decade. My professional life of Mathematics & Physics Instructor help to shape my teaching methodology as a very detailed Dance Instructor.
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I always like to ask if the student has danced before, what type of dance it is if any, how long it has been going, and I like to ask them to show me a little bit what they know to give me a chance to quickly evaluate their level.
Not only I am a teacher in real life, every day, but I am dancer, or love to dance and share my passino/hobby with the world. I learned from many studios across the world: in Africa, in Canada, in New York, and here in Los Angeles.
Yes I do. Details are on my website at www.NohoSalsa.com
After been a teacher's assistant for a long while, and been good at it, students encouraged me to take over one particular class that became discontinued at the time. I took over and redesigned it to reflect what I believe a class should be like.
I work with all types of students willing to learn latin dances and Kizomba. Whether you have a two-legs feet or not I can pretty much get you started and excel.
I would say it would be wise to first take just an hour or two maximum with a new teacher to see if you are compatible, if you like his/her style of teaching. Is he really able to teach or is he just after your money?
The main reasons why most people decide to join dance classes are either they are looking for a new hobby or for networking. So a student might ask a question along these lines, to see if they will be able to get to meet people if for example they decide to take a class with the teacher.