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On 2 Training Team Series

The next series of our On 2 Training Team, open to all performers and social dancers, starts on September 18


Posted on 24-Aug-14 18:40.

2nd Annual Bayarea Salsa and Bachata Championships

Calling all competitors! Join us on Saturday, September 24, 2016 for the Bayarea Salsa and Bachata Championships. Check out competition details and register today!


Posted on 24-Aug-14 18:27.

On 1 Training Team Series (Sept 6, 2016)

Our On 1 Training Team starts again on September 6


Posted on 16-Jan-13 21:49.

Introducing the New World Latin Dance Cup Champions...

Salsamania takes top honors in the same-gender male, salsa couple amateur, and salsa team divisions at the World Latin Dance Cup! Meet the new world salsa champions...


Posted on 30-Dec-11 06:53.


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