San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) November 4, 2005
SalsaCrazy.com (http://www.salsacrazy.com), the home of San Francisco Bay area salsa dancing, announces its holiday salsa dancing event is coming to San Francisco's very own Canvas Gallery on the night of Saturday, December 3rd. That evening, SalsaCrazy will also be debuting the award-winning SalsaCrazy line of dance lessons DVDs. Anyone interested in learning how to salsa is invited to dance the night away at what is guaranteed to be a social and entertaining event.
The evening will start with beginning salsa dance lessons courtesy of DanceSF.com (http://www.DanceSF.com). Neither partner nor any experience is required, even for the novice or beginner with two left feet and no rhythm. Designed for the absolute beginner, the classes will get everyone salsa dancing in just one hour so they can enjoy the entire night and its fantastic music.
"This evening is for everyone," said President of SalsaCrazy.com Evan Margolin. "These classes are designed for complete beginners to show them the fun, beauty, and grace of salsa dance and to allow them to get into it. Just like our award winning line of DVDs, the class will take dancers step-by-step through the fun and excitement of salsa."
Following the dance lessons, dancing will continue all night long with special performances from professional salsa dance troupes. In an amazing night of passion, romance and salsa dancing at San Francisco's Canvas Gallery, guests will also be celebrating the release of SalsaCrazy's Bestselling Learn to Salsa Dance DVD system (http://www.salsadancedvd.com) on television, courtesy of SalsaCrazy.com.
"Our DVD dance lessons make salsa dancing accessible to everyone as well as teach the step-by-step fundamentals of becoming a fantastic dancer, in a fun and social way," says Margolin. "What really sets us apart is our dramatic and clear teaching style, which mixes an enormous amount of fun together with solid, proven, teaching techniques."
The Canvas Gallery is located at 1200 9th Avenue, in San Francisco. The event date is Saturday, December 3rd, and the salsa dance lessons (courtesy of w http://www.dancesf.com), start promptly at 8:00 p.m., followed by salsa dancing all night long. The evening costs $15 at the door, with online advance tickets selling for $10. For more information, visit the event website at http://www.canvasparty.com.