Salsa 2 - Intermediate, Salsa 3 - Advanced, West Coast Swing
Jason Ng has been Ballroom and Latin dancing since he was in his teens, competing in the junior categories rising through the levels and winning many competitions along the way. He has trained with some of the best Ballroom and Latin instructors in the world.
After years of competition, he decided to go in a different path, a path that changed the way he dances, salsa dancing. Performing in groups such as Los Salsamanos, Dance To Live and United Salseros, He opened his eyes to the many different styles and movement of partnering dancing that can be done. And recently, he added another dance to his repertoire to the form of West Coast Swing.
In April 2012, Jason won the title of World Champion in Triple Threat Division (West Coast Swing, Hustle and Salsa) with his dance partner Sharon Cai at 2012 International Hustle and Salsa Championship in Orlando, Florida.
With the knowledge and years of dance experience, Jason is able to provide this information for his students so they can also experience how it feels to dance fluidly, to move freely with confidence, and dance like no one is watching.
Salsa 1 - Beginner, Bachata workshops
Our dance classes are taught by awesome teachers who are trained in a variety of dance styles. All classes are taught in a queer, welcoming, and gender neutral environment.
Lakna Edi grew up as a competitive dancer in Windsor, Ontario, performing in the styles of ballet, tap, jazz, contemporary, and hip hop for 15 years. But it wasn’t until she moved to Toronto that she fell in love with the street style of hip hop. There, she trained under top choreographers from around the country and continent, such as Leon Blackwood, Melissa Williams, and Christina de la Cruz. Lakna has performed in numerous stage shows including Toronto’s Choreographer’s Ball as well as opening for Daddy Yankee at the Powerade Center. She has also appeared in music videos including Kid Famous’ “All I See”. She recently started training in the funk street style of locking, and continues to learn and grow with the Toronto dance community.