Dimitris Psychogyios (Greece)

Dimitris Psychogyios has been dancing for the last 14 years and has performed and teached to some of the most prestigious festivals & events all over the world such as: Milan, New York, Miami, Berlin, Amsterdam, Monaco, Rome, Moscow, Dusseldorf, Warsaw, Sofia, St.Gallen, Bucharest, Istanbul, London, Belgrade, Antwerp, Nancy, Vienna, Dubai, Beirut, Liege, Medellin (Colombia), Bremen, Cyprus, London, Athens, Sicily, Luxembourg, Antalya, Eilat (Israel), Balaton (Hungary), Odessa, Krasnoyarsk (Siberia), Izmir, Bodrum, Damascus and many more.

He has also took part in competitions with great success. Some of the highlights in his career are: * 3rd place @ World Latin Dance Cup (2013) * 5th place finalist @ World Latin Dance Cup (2012) * 1st place Champions @ World Salsa Meeting (2014) * 5 times Greek Salsa Champions (2012, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017) * 3 times Balkan Salsa Champions (2012, 2013, 2014) * Bulgarian Salsa Champions (2011) * Romanian Salsa Champions (2013) * Danubian Group Salsa Champions (2015) * Danubian Salsa Champions (2016)

For the last 11 years he runs La Secta Dance Company, the first NY style Salsa school in Athens, Greece.

Moe Flex (UK)

Moe Flex is one of the most exciting, inspiring and entertaining choreographers on the international Latin dance scene today! With the biggest smile in salsa, his boundless enthusiasm for dance is impossible to ignore and he has gained his reputation through sheer determination and talent. As a leading authority in the field of dance, rhythm and body movement, Moe’s unique style of teaching is now recognised Internationally and he takes his workshops and shows to congresses and events all over the world. By adding his own personal touch to everything he does, Moe makes every dance experience a positive and memorable one and always leaves you wanting more. He really is an inspiring and motivational role model for all performing artists and celebrities and has worked with the likes of Rolldeep, Tim Westwood, 50 cent, Blu Cantrell, Craig David, Guy Ritchie & Madonna.

Tamba & Emanuela (France/Italy)

He is French, she is Italian, and they are the new dancing couple to hit the International Salsa scene! Both very versatile dancers and performers, they have this undeniable passion for dancing which is contagious to whoever dances or learns with them. Tamba and Emanuela are a combination of technique, energy, style, and knowledge. In 2016, they decided to work together to bring something fresh to the scene and enthuse dancers, audiences and students alike. They are mainly known for their fusion style where they marry Salsa or Chachacha with Afro-Cuban movements and Rumba. They teach they dance with everyone, they love what they do, and most importantly they love to party!

Konstantin & Arcadia (Sweden)

Arcadia (Chile) & Konstantin (Russia) – a dance couple based in Stockholm, Sweden working together since 2013. Today they are among the main representatives of the Mambo & Salsa community in Sweden. Together they are working to keep the mambo alive in Scandinavia.
Both being experienced dancers with many years of background in different styles, such as jazz, street, modern, reggaeton and even classical, they work together to make great shows with focus on musicality, elegance and expression. Striving to always deliver a great experience for the audience.
Together they have traveled the world and studied and shared the stage with some of the most renowned dance teachers in the Salsa scene. They have performed and taught in countries around the world such as: USA, Russia, Spain, Germany, Holland, Norway, Denmark and many more.
Arcadia & Konstantin offer classes in Salsa on1, on2, mambo, cha-cha-cha, body- movement among others.

Grupo Lucumi (Sweden)

Grupo Lucumi is a Latin dance group from Stockholm, Sweden. Versatile dancers with backgrounds in different styles, dedicated in the Swedish salsa scene, they come together in their passion for Mambo and Afro Cuban dances. Now they are making choreographies, teaching and sharing the love for the dance and the culture. Their numbers incorporate elements from traditional Afro-Cuban, Modern styles as well as New York mambo – ambition is always to spread joy and inspiration. Ricardo, Jenny, and Gustav are also working at Stockholm Salsa Dance, performing with their show team Alegria.