Mississauga/Oakville   On-going classes for 2017
Day and Time
Course Description
9:00 to 10:00pm
1 to 2pm

2 to 3pm

3 to 4pm

Salsa group class
Turn patterns
Latin body motion
Foot speed

Note - You need to take at least one Intro class
before you can join the group class
Intro Class
Basic salsa foot pattern
and 6 variations of it.
The first 12 turn patterns.

Note - These Intro classes are
all by appointment only.

New classes start every week.
This way you can start now.
Note - More classes are  added before 1:00 and after 4:00 when needed.

Register for the time you'd like and we will contact you with alternative times if the  time you chose has been taken.
The Salsa Dance Floor
Contact Info
Phone 905-815-3530
Wedding and event performances available.
The video above is a latin ballroom performance
clip done by a competitive amateur couple.
It is not salsa dancing.

Pricing (all prices subject to hst)

A Card - 10 classes - $15/class x 10 equals $150
Classes are 1 1/2 hours. That equals $10 per hour.
The card is valid for 15 weeks.

Privates for one or two people are $79.65

Drop-ins are $17.70

Methods of payment

Cash or cheques only
Group and private salsa lessons
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Services Provided

  • group salsa lessons

  • private salsa lessons
         in home - studio - office - school

  • corporate salsa lessons

  • dance lessons for parties

  • wedding first dance classes

  • private groups

Gift certificates available

Open every Sunday and Tuesday 
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What do the students have to say?

I would highly recommend this to anyone - well worth the time

Rocco makes learning salsa easy and enjoyable. Thanks to his emphasis on simple basics and building on what you already know. I find it very easy to learn this way.

Class is always fun - while burning calories!

From TSDF - Dancing is about comfort. That's it! Our main goal is to make it easy and comfortable for you. So getting through the salsa dance patterns you learn is easy and enjoyable. It's all about having fun!

Who is The Salsa Dance Floor?

We teach using a proprietary method called Sistema. It's based on four key principles. We teach these starting in the beginning, in personalized classes called Intro classes. This continues once you move into a group class.

Key principle 1 - Personal learning curve.
  • Learn at  your own speed when you start, of what you don't know will stay with you.
As simple as salsa is, most people are surprisaed at the learning curve when you first start. So to make it easy, we start everone off on their own in what we call Intro classes. This is to make it easy to learn at your own speed. In the first few classes, the difference in learnig speed can be a 15:1 between any two people. That might make the class for you way to slow or way to fast. Your own speed is the perfect speed when you start.

Key principle 2 - Tension control.
  • Learning to relax and letting go of tension is the key to dancing well
You're probably alot more tense than you think you are. Ans it will show up as soon as you put y our hands on your partner and try to move them or move with them in rhythm with the music. Tension control and calm is by far the biggest key to dancing well and having fun on the dance floor.

Key principle 3 - Simple patterns.
  • Dance with simple patterns that are easy to remember and execute
Salsa is danced as random patterns strung together. We teach short patterns, so you don't need to memorize complicated patterns or what feels like choreographies. We teach the way you will be dancing salsa at a club or party.

Key principle 4 - Rhythm.
  • Rhythm is contagious
Some people think they are rhythmically challenged. If you're one of those people, it's typically an easy fix. You're doing some small thing that you are unaware of that's messing you up.

The way to start is by booking your first Intro class.


10:00 to 10:30pm
Salsa practice for the group class
Dance partners not required.
Singles are welcome!
Learn something new
Find a special friend
Learn to connect
Do a little dance
Move a little
Make some new friends




Our first goal is...
To get you on a dance floor dancing salsa, in control and having a great time as fast as we can at minimal expense.

Our second goal is...
To create a lively environment of music and dance where people learn how to connect
and to remind people that it's part of everyone's purpose in life to just have fun.