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Our structured courses are tailored to suit the ability of each group in general. Of course, individuals do progress with their dancing at different rates and we are keen to find the most suitable level for everyone. It's often a good idea to repeat courses to perfect timing and co-ordination, especially with the foundation basic steps (i.e. Dile Que No, Casino and Enchufla). After all, to dance with fluidity and ease, it's all about lots and lots of repetition and practice. If you need any guidance at all about which level of course to book for, then please contact me.

All classes are subject to change and will only run based on a minimum group booking of 10. In the event that a class does not reach the minimum number, we shall endeavour amalgamate classes to provide an alternative option.

Our lessons are relaxed and fun and designed to cater for all abilities. Contact Julia if you need any further details or click the button below to find out about our current classes.


Class Times

The start time of classes are sometimes subject to change at short notice. We try very hard to keep such changes to an absolute minimum but sometimes changes are unavoidable. Please check your emails and the SalsaJulia website for changes to class schedules.

Course Payments
We can accept card and cash payments at our venues. Please speak to Julia if you prefer to pay by BACS transfer.


You are encouraged to try a free taster session prior to booking on a course. SalsaJulia is unable to offer refunds once you have begun a course unless there are extenuating circumstances. Refund/Course credit policy is as follows:

  • 100% refund/course credit prior to first class start date

  • No refund or credit after first class session



While risks of injury are slight, SalsaJulia cannot accept any responsibility for any injuries sustained during lessons, practise or any other SalsaJulia events. As with all dance, Salsa involves body movement and if you have any injuries or concerns you should consult your G.P. before attempting salsa.

Partner Swapping

Salsa is a very sociable dance and while it is a partner dance, swapping partners is part and parcel of the dance. While you may feel uncomfortable about this at first, it soon feels perfectly normal! If you feel particularly uncomfortable about swapping partners, but are still keen to learn to salsa with your own partner, please contact us and we will find a way forward to accommodate your wishes.


What to wear

Comfortable, casual clothing that doesn’t restrict movement. Jeans are fine. Trainers are not recommended as they’re a bit too grippy. Open-toed shoes and very high-heels aren’t a good idea either. Comfy shoes that don’t grip the floor too much are ideal.

Timetable/teacher changes

We try and keep these to a minimum but sometimes changes are unavoidable. Please check the SalsaJulia website regularly for updates about changes to lessons.

Signing-in book

Please make sure you sign the Signing-in book every time you attend. This is for Health & Safety and purposes.

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