Mexican Cumbia tends to mix Mariachi sounds with Afro-Caribbean influences, like salsa, though there are many different versions of Cumbia throughout Mexico.
You learn nine different styles of dance like Reggaeton, Cumbia, Hip-Hop, Merengue, Salso, Rumba, Mambo, Flamenco and Calypso.
The various takes on Cumbia are usually tied to a region and named as such - for instance Cumbia Norteno.
To keep you pumped, you’ll perform cardio moves to Salsa, Cumbia, Meringue, Reggaeton and Samba.
Cumbia is usually associated with Colombia, but Mexico also has a long history of its own genre.