Canberra’s home of dance with a Latin flavour
Fill your life with passion and joy.. fall in love at Salsabor
Welcome to Salsabor!
If friendship, community, passion and technique are important to you, then you will love learning to dance with Salsabor Dance Company in Canberra. Since first offering classes in 2005 and then opening our first studio in 2010, we have grown to provide the widest range of dance styles in Canberra from Salsa, Brazilian Samba and Bachata through to Zouk and Burlesque.
With a vision to have everyone in Canberra dancing, the passion of our instructors and our open approach to teaching shines through in all of our classes and events.
As a beginner taking your first steps, we will have you dancing with confidence in any social setting and even performing, if that is what you desire. And as an experienced dancer, we will help you finesse your dancing with advanced styling techniques.
So if you want to dance with Sabor (flavour) and learn with a school that is passionate and leading the way in its teaching methods, we would love for you to join us.
An exciting new era begins and another ends for Salsabor
After more than thirteen years the time has come for an exciting change for Salsabor. We (Raquel and Andrea) are bowing out and the one…
An unforgettable weekend of dancing at the bay
Combine sand, sun and the sea and you know you’ll have a good time. Throw in Latin dance and spicy beats and you’ll have an…
Dancing is a part of me, I can’t stop!
The art of dance is a huge part of our lives at Salsabor. We’d also like to think that through teaching what we love, we can…
In our samba classes, people feel safe to have fun, laugh and try new things!
The art of Latin dance is a tricky one to master, let alone teach someone else. But samba instructor Megan makes it look effortless. As…
‘If I couldn’t dance, I would listen to the music, feel the music and dream that I am dancing.’ Emilie shares her dance story.
Just a year ago, a girl with a warm smile, a curiosity for dance and a thirst to master the art of something new made…
‘Without Salsabor, I’d be tripping over my two left feet.’ JP shares his dance story.
Back in 2006 when So You Think You Can Dance was a new TV show, one of Salsabor’s instructors, JP, was left wondering, “Where’s Flamenco…