DanceSF Offers High Energy Salsa Dancing Classes All Throughout December and January – Keeping off the Holiday Weight with High Energy Salsa Dance Classes

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Salsa dance classes for December 2005 and January 2006 are filling up fast at DanceSF. Interested parties can sign up online ( to reserve space in any one of the popular classes for beginners through advanced skill levels scheduled for every day of the week throughout December and January.

DanceSF, the premiere school for learning salsa in the San Francisco Bay Area announces its holiday classes are filling up fast.

“If you want to take part in one of the most exciting activities of 2005 before the year runs out,” says Evan Margolin, founder and lead instructor at DanceSF, “Our line up of classes in December was custom-designed for you. But, if December is too busy for you, you’re in luck, because we’ve just announced our January 2006 lineup of classes, too.”

DanceSF has become one of the most popular and largest salsa dance schools in the United States teaching anywhere from 50-200 couples every week how to salsa dance.

“Our holiday schedule of classes offers more salsa spiciness than ever before,” says Margolin. “With classes for every skill level, our instructors can’t wait to share their love of salsa with our students. There’s just something in the wintertime air in the Bay area that makes salsa dancing that much more exciting.”

“When you take a 4 week class at DanceSF, you will learn how to move across the dance floor in ways you never imagined possible before,” explains Margolin. “It’s so much fun to see the confidence and energy that every student leaves our classes with.”

In December, DanceSF will host a full schedule of hot and spicy classes for all skill levels, including:

  •      Full schedule of classes for beginners, intermediate, and advanced dancers.
  •     Classes offered every day of the week except Friday, including Saturday and Sunday afternoon classes.
  •     No partner necessary.
  •     4 week sessions for only $50 per person for all 4 weeks, or drop in for $15.
  •     Convenient locations for everybody around the Bay area, including San Francisco, East Bay, and South Bay locations.
  •     Classes taught by sensationally talented and highly experienced instructors.
  •     Wednesday night “Drop In” classes at the Top of the Mark Hopkins for only $10.

“There’s never been a better time to learn salsa dancing,” says Margolin. “As 2005 comes to a close, it’s a great time for people who want to end the year with something new to come out and experience the fun and excitement that only comes with salsa dancing.”

“And, for those of you who want to make learning how to salsa dance your New Year’s resolution for 2006, we offer a full schedule of classes for you in January. With some of the best instructors in the U.S., you’ll quickly learn how to dance like a star. This might be the first resolution you don’t break.”

“Salsa dancing can change your life…or at least help you work off some of those holiday pounds in a fun and energetic way. Don’t delay, sign up now at and get started dancing today. There’s no better way to enter the New Year than with the excitement salsa dance can offer!”

For more information about DanceSF and its upcoming classes, visit

About DanceSF

What was once just his passion, Evan Margolin has turned into a very popular dance school, DVD series, and website fueling the worldwide salsa dance craze.

With a goal of helping beginner dancers learn the joy of salsa dancing, Margolin has created a suite of fantastic opportunities to get people out on the dance floor, including: DanceSF—the premiere salsa dance school in the San Francisco Bay area staffed by internationally-recognized salsa instructors; Learn to Salsa (—a 3-set DVD collection with over 6 hours of dance instruction guaranteed to turn any beginner into a dance aficionado in just minutes; and,—a one-stop online destination for comprehensive Bay area salsa event and nightlife information.


Evan Margolin, President




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