In 1998, Anesa started to take Cuban Style Salsa classes in Geneva with some of her classmates. In 2005, she starts taking Salsa On1 classes and a few years later she decided to learn Salsa On2.
In 2012, strongly impacted by some artists from New York, she realized the importance of traveling to New York to take classes and learn more about ways of teaching. Since then, Anesa goes every year to this great Salsa city to take classes and continually improve her skills.
Anesa considers Dance as a lifestyle and every step she takes is a step more towards personal development and fun ! She loves traveling for salsa, going to parties, festivals and concerts to keep sharing that passion 🙂
Her Master in Pedagogy (UNIGE) and her two “Jeunesse et Sport” (FSG) certificates provide Anesa with the necessary pedagogical tools to create her lessons and help her students.
In 2001, Sat started taking Cuban Salsa Style classes and quickly switched to learning Salsa On1. In 2003, he started teaching in Salsavirus and never stopped teaching since then in different dance schools in Geneva. His experience as a teacher gives him the ability to guide his students in a precise way.
His knowledge about salsa dancing rules, his care of details and his fine technique represent his teaching method.
Sat is mainly inspired by artists from New York such as Eddie Torres, Frankie Martinez and Juan Matos.
As a choreographer, he has always been dedicated to artistic creation. He performed in different shows with other dancers and regularly creates choreographies for his students.
Passionate, Sat often participates to parties, festivals and share his knowledge about music as DJ El Flaco.