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$12 for One-Hour Virtual Salsa Dance Lesson from Salsa By Ricardo ($15 Value)

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Students can learn the basics of the dance of salsa or improve their skills in the comfort of their homes

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5 ratings4 reviews
February 18, 2020
Ricardo is so nice... it was my 1st class yesterday and I am so ready to go back! Definitely sticking to this. I am so happy I went. I am very shy and he melted all that away.
2 ratings2 reviews
July 13, 2019
Ricardo and all of the instructors were wonderful. So much fun!
1 ratings1 reviews
March 28, 2019
Rica salsa
1 ratings1 reviews
January 18, 2019
Tianne and Ricardo are awesome! Professional level of salsa teaching!
2 ratings1 reviews
December 22, 2018
Ricardo is a very skilled teacher and is able to tailor instruction to improve your dancing at whatever level. He is really easy going, patient, and easy to schedule private lessons with. I feel like he is going to make our wedding dance look amazing!!
1 ratings1 reviews
February 23, 2017
The instructors are easy to follow and very patient with learners.
4 ratings4 reviews
September 9, 2016
I had a great time. I never knew salsa was such good stress relief. Can't wait to go back.
8 ratings2 reviews
February 20, 2018
Ricardo is a true professional and makes the classes fun. I wholeheartedly recommend his classes!
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What You'll Get

  • During the virtual lesson, participants learn the basic moves of salsa or improve their skills under the watchful eye of a professional instructor.
  • Via Zoom

The Fine Print

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About Salsa By Ricardo

Mexico City native Ricardo Téllez began dancing when he was 12, shimmying his way through styles such as cumbia and guaracha. In 1995, he packed up his dancing shoes and moved to the Bay area, accelerating his salsa study not only by studying under Gabriel Romero, but also by trying out his footwork in clubs. Armed with a passion for dance, Ricardo founded Salsa By Ricardo to share his love of the art. Today, he and dance partner Tianne Frias—with whom he placed third in the World Latin Dance Cup—teach private lessons and group classes that impart new and advanced dancers with the steps, partnership skills, and medallions filled with glowworms needed to light up the floor. By focusing on social dance skills and the ability to follow the rhythm, they help their students adapt easily to different songs and settings.