Learn to dance with our easy to follow instruction. No partner needed and no long-term commitment.
Start learning today. Our flexible program allows you to start at any time since we have introductory lessons weekly.
With our program you will learn at your own pace, in a comfortable and fun atmosphere, but we’ll make sure to keep you challenged.
Mambo Dinamico Dance Company’s instructors have years of experience training dancers and teaching people about the culture and etiquette of latin dancing.
All our lessons are taught at Carmen’s Cuban Cafe, 108 Factory Shops Rd in Morrisville, NC – a convenient location for everyone in the Triangle Area.
Here is what some of our students have to say about our lessons:
Good schools teach people how to dance. Excellent schools give purpose to the skills and expose what it means to “BE” a dancer. Thanks to Mambo Dinamico for raising the level of dance in our community.
Every time I’ve seen these guys, be it performing and or giving workshops they have been awesome. Wish they would come to DC more.
I can’t say enough about Betto and Mambo Dinamico. If your desire is to become a great dancer I recommend you seek out Mambo Dinamico!
Taking salsa and shine lessons with Betto is fun, NOT competitive and joyless like some other dance companies I’ve studied with.
Gay Camille Grace Sprague
I don’t like it I LOVE it 🙂
I loved the way you broke down musicality. I grew up with music and instruments and dancing, but make a point to attend any musicality class/workshop to continue learning. You have shared some of the most important points and ways to understand what we hear and dance to all the time. LOVED IT!!! Wish there were more opportunities in the Florida area for dancers (regardless of level of dancer) to learn more about musicality. Thank you so much for pouring your heart into what you teach.
Mambo Dinamico’s musicality workshop has consistently been one of the top-rated workshops by our attendees. For three years in a row, our attendees have thoroughly enjoyed learning about the musical components that make up salsa and afro-cuban rhythms while getting an understanding of how different dance steps fit into the whole picture. They can’t get enough of it.
Boston Salsa Festival Organizing Committee