Another thing that makes Salsa Mia different, is how the "Miami-flavor" spills down to the street from a huge window high above the road.Tourists passing by can't help but stop and look to see those sweet Salsa moves.Salsa Mia's Gio & Courtenay Gio and Courtenay are great friends and part of the Salsa Mia family. After a leisurely and complimentary breakfast at Loews Preston Brassiere it was time to have fun and work off that extra helping of pancakes with a salsa-dancing lesson held in Loews Poinciana Ballroom.They learned to dance at Salsa Mia and met each other in our classes, got married, had a baby and moved to Colombia on one of life's big adventures! Everyone learned how to shake, sway and sizzle on the dance floor with Miami’s best -Salsa Mia!When Gio and Courtenay had son Marcello, it inspired them to reconnect with his extended family in Barranquilla, Colombia.But the city's bustling economy and subsequent booming rental market, presents high hurdles on their hunt to find a suitable family home, when House Hunters International dances into Barranquilla, Colombia.
Their classes teach what instructor Alex Ruiz calls, "Miami-Cuban style salsa," where instead of dancing with one partner, you constantly switch partners.
"It's a good way to pick up ladies," said Josef Toussaint, who started taking classes a year ago. The first thing you learn at Salsa Mia-- even before dance steps -- is how to break the ice when approaching a dance partner.
Christine Kerber from Sunny Isles stopped and looked so many times she eventually decided to go upstairs and give it a try.
She says she specifically chose Salsa Mia because it allowed her to meet new people.
Salsa Mia in Fitness Magazine Summer 2013Salsa dance at the South Beach mecca Salsa Mia, swiveling your hips to Miami's unofficial pastime.
Perfect your moves in classes, which begin at and spill over into Mango's Tropical Cafe afterward, complete with live music.