Train the mind, body, and soul…

…In these All-Inclusive Salsa camps and intensive One-Week dance immersions with highly rated, top coaches – Ana and Joel. Through patient, clear technique breakdown, they will help you heighten body awareness and develop skills to build your own unique expression. Our retreats are designed for students interested in working on the finer points of dance, which are often overlooked in classes. Take a break to join us for a week of daily dance/music classes, discussions, outings, and personal reflection, and learn the how, not the what, to make you feel like a new dancer on the floor.

Reserve Your Spot today for a Deposit as low as $199!
Full One Week ALL INCLUSIVE Retreat Packages start at $779!


July 12-18, 2020
Music & Movement Retreat
Oceanwood, ME

For Adv Beginner to Adv Dancers with Knowledge of Salsa On 2. Limit 40 Attendees.


Aug 16-22, 2020
Partnering Retreat
Oceanwood, ME

For Adv Beg to Adv Dancers with Knowledge of Salsa On 2. Limit 20 Leaders, 20 Followers.

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What People Say

“More than a retreat, it was a dream getaway for a whole week, a mix of dance, culture, all in one amazing program with a wonderful weather, shared with wonderful people from around the world.”

Miledy Acosta

“It was another great retreat and amazing experience, and I cannot wait to go back in August. These retreats have literally changed my life and I am so grateful and thankful to you … for making me a much happier person and a better and stronger dancer. I feel so privilege to be able to attend the retreats and be part of the Masacote family.”

Andreanne Dion

“Absolutely incredible! The Masacote Retreat has forever changed me! I learned so much about, Salsa, and myself!”

Robbie Sky

” You can only get so far taking group classes, and I felt like I had hit a plateau. The retreat has definitely reignited my motivation to practice and do whatever I can to be a better dancer.”

Kerri Tulloch