Latin Dance Lessons
& DJ Services
Give your wedding guests a surprise with easy-to-follow Latin dance lessons at your reception! We also offer DJ services with a variety of musical genres to keep any crowd entertained. And if you want to impress your family and friends with some amazing moves for your wedding dance, we provide private lessons so you can learn everything you need to know to shine on your special day.
Latin dance is one of the best ways to promote diversity and bring people together in your community. We provide inclusive dance lessons for people of all ages and abilities and create an environment that is welcoming for all. With Latin Dance Made Easy, the attendees at your festival or community event will have fun and connect with each other through joyful music and dance!
Planning a corporate event and want to do something fun and different? Latin dance can promote team building, diversity and inclusion and cross-cultural learning. Whether your intent is recreational, educational or an enhancement to company culture, we will provide a fun and safe activity for your organization.
Learn to Dance Online
Our Latin Dance Made Easy course is a video series with step-by-step instruction of the fundamentals of two popular Latin dance styles. You will learn the basic steps, turn patterns, dips and tricks for dancing Salsa and Bachata, all in the comfort of your own home. After completing Latin Dance Made Easy, you will be prepared to go out and show off your moves on the dance floor!
Director of Arts and Culture, City of Northampton, MA
We love having McCoy host Latin dance events in our community! I have worked with him as the DJ and dance instructor for our city-sponsored salsa events for several years, including First Night Northampton, Salsa in Pulaski Park and Masonic St. Live. McCoy always brings positive energy and a high level of professionalism to these events, and he creates an inclusive, welcoming and fun environment for the diverse crowds that attend. We look forward to continuing our collaboration with McCoy and offering more opportunities for our community to gather and connect through Latin dance.