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Sabine Dybro Boesen

Original founder & main instructor

Instructor in Salsa, Mambo & Bachata Sensual

Sabine Dybro Boesen is the original founder and leader of Salsabine Dance Studio which existed from 2005 until December 31st 2023. In 2022 the dance school with weekly classes was handed over to Salsabine Dance Association (Salsabine Danseforening). Sabine was still the main instructor, administrator and inspirational source.The website is again back in Sabine’s hands but the weekly classes and privates has stopped. Sabine though still continues with the Salsabine Social danceparties at Islands Brygge Kulturhus in Copenhagen.  Here you can still get drop-in classes , no registration though needed.
Sabine is out of a family with own dance school called Gottliebsen Danseinstitut which was situated at Falkoner Allé, Frederiksberg, owned by her great grandmother’s sister Johanne Gottliebsen. As a child, teenager and young adult Sabine danced children’s dancing, jazz ballet, hip hop, street dance and other similar genres.
She dances all Salsa styles (L.A.Style/On1, On2, Cuban Style, Rueda de Casino and Cuban Son) and Bachata Sensual and Bachata Fusion. Plus many other dances from the Salsa scene: Cha-Cha-Cha, Pachanga, Reggaeton, Merengue, Kizomba, Zouk etc. In 2010 Sabine was also certified as a Zumba instructor.
Throughout her dance career Sabine has wun both gold and silver medals in Danish and Scandinavian competitions in both Salsa and Bachata. And collaborated with companies like Running Dinner, Salsa Latina (the biggest Salsa union in Denmark), Rigshospitalet, several fitness centers, Copenhagen Carnival and the Copenhagen Municipality and also participated in several TV and radio shows and interviews in magazines.
Her education and knowledge of Salsa and Bachata comes from multiple travels abroad which includes dance lessons with the most famous and recognized Salsa instructors from The United States of America, Italy, Spain, France, Puerto Rico, Cuba, England and Australia. Both at their own dance schools and at countless Salsa festivals all over Europe. On top of that she has visited Salsa clubs in many parts of the world and travelled to Puerto Rico (in the Caribbean) and New York City to discover the roots of Salsa music