It is the time to think out of Box, to train a leadership and partner work skills in Dancing. it is extraordinary that two people can dance synchronized with the rhythm and rich of creativity. Starting with correcting a bad habit on posture,  building character and personality, gain self discipline, positive mindset , generate solid team work and creativity skills with dancing.


3 Month training and The Final SALSA Dance performance for Annual event orgenized by SF Consulting .


2 Hours Workshop , Organized by Tatler Magazine Indonesia in Sheraton Hotel


1 Hour TANGO ARGENTINA Workshop , Organized by Co-work space  Kuala Lumpur



Tango Argentina dance is a form of dance that has been shown to have many physical and mental benefits, such as improved coordination, balance, and flexibility. But the statement that tango can “train intelligence, discipline, and personal creativity” specifically is not a universally accepted fact and is based on individual’s interpretation and personal experiences.

Dancing Tango can be an opportunity to boost brain activity and cognitive function, it can improve memory and spatial awareness, it can also help develop creativity, because it requires one to think and react in a creative way to improvise and connect with the partner, in short, it allows people to think and move simultaneously.

Additionally, Tango is also known for being a very social dance and requires discipline, as you have to learn to lead and follow your partner, which can help people develop discipline and patience in the process.

Tango dancing has been suggested as a possible therapy for Parkinson’s disease, as it may help to improve balance, coordination, and mobility in people with the condition. Studies have shown that regular participation in tango dance classes can help Parkinson’s patients to improve their gait and balance, as well as to reduce falls.

The reason behind this is that Tango is a dance that requires a lot of coordination, balance and attention, which can help to improve the motor skills, and also the music of Tango can help to improve the rhythm and timing of movement, which can be challenging for people with Parkinson’s. Furthermore, Tango is a partner dance and it requires connection, communication and mutual support between partners, which can be beneficial for people with Parkinson’s as it can help to increase social interaction and reduce isolation.




  1. Practicing Rueda can help to train intelligence, discipline, and personal creativity.

Practicing Rueda salsa requires a certain level of intelligence, as dancers need to be able to understand and execute the various moves and patterns called out by the leader. This can help improve cognitive skills such as memory, problem-solving, and spatial awareness.

Rueda salsa also requires discipline, as dancers need to work together as a team and follow the leader’s instructions precisely in order for the dance to flow smoothly. This can help improve self-control and focus, as well as time management skills.

In terms of personal creativity, Rueda salsa provides an opportunity for dancers to express themselves and add their own style and interpretation to the dance. The leader can call a move, but the dancers can add their personal touch and creativity, that can help them to develop their own personal style and bring their own ideas to the group.

Practicing Rueda salsa can be beneficial for developing a wide range of skills, including intelligence, discipline, and personal creativity. It’s a fun and interactive way to improve these skills and can be a unique and engaging way to enhance personal development.

  1. Leadership Training in the dance


Rueda de salsa is a group dance form that is typically led by a “calle” or leader who calls out the moves for the group to follow. The group is formed in a circle, hence the name “rueda” which means “wheel” in Spanish, and the dancers take turns being the leader, or the “calle” and leading the group through the dance.

The leader will typically use a set of pre-determined call-and-response patterns to lead the group through various salsa moves, which can change rapidly and unexpectedly, requiring the dancers to stay focused, pay attention, and react quickly. This means that participating in Rueda salsa could provide a good training ground for employees to develop their leadership skills, as they take turns leading the group and have to communicate effectively and make quick decisions to keep the dance flowing.

In a corporate context, rueda salsa can be a valuable tool for training employee’s leadership skills as well as communication and teamwork skills. It allows employees to lead, follow and learn to adapt to different leadership style and also learning to effectively communicate with different communication styles.

Rueda salsa provides a fun and interactive way to improve leadership skills and teamwork, and can be a unique and engaging way to enhance employee development programs in a corporate setting.

3. Practicing Rueda can build up the immune system and health 


Practicing salsa, including Rueda salsa, can certainly have positive effects on one’s overall health and well-being. Dancing in general is a form of physical activity that can improve cardiovascular health, increase muscle strength and endurance, and improve flexibility and balance.

Regarding the immune system, physical activity has been shown to improve immune function by increasing the circulation of immune cells throughout the body. Regular exercise can also reduce inflammation, a known risk factor for several chronic diseases such as heart disease, diabetes, and cancer.

Dancing salsa, including Rueda salsa, is a fun and engaging way to get in regular physical activity and can be an enjoyable alternative to traditional forms of exercise. Since it is a social dance, it can also have benefits for mental health and emotional well-being, such as reducing stress, anxiety, and depression.

Also, since Rueda salsa is a group dance form, it can have a social aspect that can improve overall well-being, as dancing together in a group can be a way to connect with others and boost one’s mood and self-esteem.