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Beginner Drop-In Classes

Everyone welcome! Come try one of our classes without commitments. You don't need a partner! We rotate!

9:30PM Beginner Bachata Class

9:30PM Beginner Salsa Class

Every 2nd & 4th Saturday of the month

$15  Includes Social 


Morning Manager

The Palladium is currently hiring a morning manager. We are looking for an enthusiastic and organized individual to manage and run morning classes and coffee bar. Must be available to work Mon-Friday from 6am-4pm (Hours may vary) Must be hands on and responsible for maintaining studio cleanliness, ensure classes are running smoothly and on time, must fulfill weekly payroll, hire and fulfill job positions, ensure mornings are successful, provide a positive environment for all staff, fulfill monthly P&L reports, must be able to troubleshoot and provide solutions. Must work on site during class times and 


Salrica Dance Company started in 2006 in Houston, Texas. Since then Oscar Martinez and his staff have trained and grown many dancers in the latin dance community.  Salrica Dance Company offers classes Monday through Wednesday, host a Latin Dance Social once a month, and have a numerous amount of latin dance teams in Salsa & Bachata!  Salrica Dance Company specializes in teaching Salsa and Bachata to the absolute beginner and training the most advanced to becoming the best dancer they can be.



Joseal is an enthusiastic and charismatic dancer and instructor who fell in love with kizomba 8 years ago.  Since then he has dedicated himself to learning the culture, music and dance as well as different styles within this discipline. 

He has trained with international instructors and attended numerous congresses in the USA and abroad.

He has worked very actively in California, being part of congresses like LA Zouk Congress and Kizomba invasion, BKS, LA Bachata Festival and many others.  He has also taught internationally in Mexico, Spain, Thailand, Malaysia and Portugal.

Joseal is also a promoter and organizer, having kizomba weekenders and mini congresses back in Spain.  He has also  been a kizomba host in various events and congresses (LA Salsa Congress, LA Grizzly Congress…)

He believes that kizomba is more than a dance, is a culture and a very profound and unique way to interact and build meaningful relationships with people.

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