Cost to hire a Salsa Dance Instructor on Bidvine
£48 - £90
National average price
National average price
Nov 06, 2018
If you're looking for a fun and exciting way to stay fit, salsa dancing may be just the thing for you! Dance gets your heart rate up, a key point to a good exercise. Dance is also a great way to improve your flexibility and coordination.
The upbeat pace of salsa makes it a popular choice for many to learn. It’s full of fun — and it’s a great way to get out and socialise! Going to an event to dance the salsa means you will meet lots of new partners.
Many groups will go out to dance clubs specifically for the opportunity to dance. So whether you want to expand your social circle or simply get better at dancing, you will know salsa is the perfect choice!
With so many variables, it can be difficult to determine what the actual cost will be. We outline some of the top considerations in this guide to help you plan out your budget for your salsa dance lessons.
Perhaps there is a wedding in your future, and salsa will be your choice to impress on the dance floor. Lessons will help you prepare your moves and make this a night to remember.
The same applies if you are learning salsa for a special event. It could be a dance fundraiser or reception at a corporate event. You may even be preparing a special performance for this type of gathering. Or you may be hoping to win a competition. A teacher can help you improve your skills and focus on becoming the best.
It’s also a great way to work out. Salsa activates muscles all over your body, so your abs, legs, and hips will thank you for the activity. Plus, it’s a lot of fun to exercise this way! But you don’t need to feel like you have to dance to improve your muscle or flexibility. You can also dance as a hobby!
Be honest when assessing your skills. You want your lessons to help you, after all, and the only way to do this is start in the right place.
This is also helpful in making sure you have the right partner. If one partner is a lot more experienced, it can be difficult for the other to keep up. This is why it’s best to discuss the level of skill to ensure a positive relationship is encouraged during the dance. A more experienced partner can take on the role of teacher to ensure everyone enjoys themselves dancing.
Once you have worked through the choreography and basic counting of beats, the majority of your lessons should be spent practicing your steps. The more time you take to run through the steps, whether you are focusing on footwork or learning special salsa moves, the better you will be. This includes practice time at home. So even if you go with a shorter lesson, you can make up for the time with home practice!
It takes time to teach your muscles how to respond correctly so you will want to give yourself as much practice as possible. Try to go to lessons on a regular basis, such as once a week or twice a month.
To learn how to salsa like a pro, you’ll want to hire one as your teacher! Their years of experience have made them experts, so this should be the first thing you inspect as you consider a potential teacher. Look for a few years of experience dancing professionally. They may also list some awards they have won to further assure you of their qualifications and skill as a dancer.
Take a look at their Bidvine profile to see if there are any photos of their dancing in action. You can also find reviews from past clients here.
Written by previous or current students, reviews can give you an idea of what a class is like before you go. Perhaps a teacher likes to describe the move before showing it to you, or they may work one-to-one with each student to provide proper guidance. This information can be a great way to discern if their teaching style sounds like it will be a good fit.
Try and find a dance teacher who teaches in a space near you. This will keep you from getting stressed on a long commute to the space. It makes it easier to commit to your lesson plan too!
Of course, you can choose to have a dance pro come to teach you at your location. But you’ll still need to find a venue that has the space you need to move around.
Considering dance as a fitness option? Not sure if yoga or PT would be a better fit? Easily compare costs for these popular fitness lessons in the chart below!
|Fitness Lessons||Average Hourly Rate|
|Dance Choreography Lessons||£58|
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2 hires on Bidvine
Market Rasen, Lincolnshire LN8 3EY
I'm a passionate dance and yoga teacher, with 4 years experience teaching children and adults in group and one-to-one sessions. I aim to inspire people within my local community to lead a healthy lifestyle, enjoy their exercise, boost their body confidence and relieve stress! I am a qualified 200hr vinyasa-ashtanga yoga teacher as well as a trained cheerleading coach, cheerobics instrutor and I have a BA and MA in contemporary dance. I am available for one-to-one or group yoga sessions (vinyasa flow/ashtanga/modified ashtanga or a more restorative practice depending on your needs) and for group dance fitness (cheerobics/dance aerobics/dance meditation). I charge £40 per hour (whether that be for just one student or a whole group) so 45mins costs just £30 and I offer a reduced price for 90min bookings of just £50. All ages and abilities are always welcome. Feel free to give me a call or text if you'd like to discuss your needs further or to book. Just jump, and grow your wings on the way down!
2 hires on Bidvine
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Excellent experience, highly recommend.
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