It’s Going to be a Hot Spring in 2006 — DanceSF Heats up for the Whole Shebang of Spicy Salsa Classes Slated for April

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Salsa dance classes for April 2006 are getting booked up pronto at DanceSF. Aspiring “spice dancers” ought to get their registrations going immediately to guarantee themselves a spot in these increasingly popular classes that cater to all levels. Classes are scheduled for every day of the week in April except Saturdays. Register online at

DanceSF, the San Francisco and Bay area's leading Salsa Dance Academy for social style dancing announces its schedule for April 2006.

Catering to all levels of salsa experience from beginning to advanced, DanceSF has something for the dancer in everyone—no matter what how old, and no matter if they have a partner or not.

For those that want to have fun, having an outlet to release physical energy, impress dance partners on a dancing date, or get a date (salsa classes usually have the hottest singles), these classes are for everybody.

For those people who have been making resolutions to get fitter, leaner, healthier, or livelier but have never started on them yet, now’s the time. And, salsa dancers can have fun to boot too! Many will be surprised at how Salsa dancing can turn their lives around. Salsa dancing improves flexibility, coordination, and passion. Dancers will learn a skill that will give them enjoyment for years to come.

Evan Margolin, the school’s founder himself runs the classes on Monday nights in the San Francisco location. For those that prefer learning in large groups, upwards of a hundred people and even touching 200 or 300, Margolin encourages those who are interested to register for his classes.

The other instructors too have years of experience, are professional dancers themselves, and have the qualifications that impress and the teaching skills that are above par. Learners will feel at ease, and soon be tearing up the dancing floor with sexy and eye-catching moves.

April 2006 classes are lined up at DanceSF. Classes are held in four-week series, with one session every week. A session typically runs for one hour and a half. Four-week sessions are very reasonably priced at only $50 per person for all four weeks, or students can drop in for a session for $15.

Classes in the San Francisco area are scheduled for Monday and Wednesday nights, with classes for beginners starting at 7:00 p.m. and those for intermediates at 8:30 p.m.

Sunday afternoon classes for beginners start at 4.00 p.m. and classes for intermediates begin at 5:30 p.m.

Classes in the East Bay area are held on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday nights. The Wednesday night Beginners’ New York ON2 Salsa classes commence at 8:30 p.m.

The Tuesday and Thursday night sessions for the different levels start at 7:00 p.m., 8:00 p.m., and 9:00 p.m. respectively. For those who want to challenge themselves and kick their dancing steps up a notch, register for the East Bay area’s Thursday night High Intermediate session that starts at 9:00 p.m.

"For those who don’t want to be left high and dry without a seat (or rather a spot on the dance floor of this prestigious school)," says Margolin, "let DanceSF add spice to your life with salsa!"

For more details about the classes and to register, visit

About DanceSF

What was once just a passion for Evan Margolin has turned into a very popular dance school, DVD series, and web site 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. DanceSF is the premiere salsa dance school in the San Francisco Bay area, which is staffed by internationally recognized salsa instructors. Learn to Salsa is a 3-set DVD collection with over six hours of dance instruction that’s guaranteed to turn any beginner into a dance aficionado in just minutes. See And, is a one-stop online destination for comprehensive Bay area salsa events and nightlife information.


Evan Margolin, President




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