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Where to Find Us

Where to Find us

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54 East 4th Ave Vancouver, BC V5T 1E8


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Our Team

NIna Perez

Nina Perez

Founder and Director, Baila! DanceToday

Brent Olson Instructor

I met Nina back in 2016 and started my dance journey after being separated and wanting to meet more people. In my journey of being more social I found dancing was an outstanding way of making new friends. I learned Salsa, Bachata and Tango and over time I developed my dancing skills, of course it helped that I started dating the teacher! I have now been assisting Nina in teaching her classes for the past 3 years and enjoying seeing the students just like me starting with zero become fun social dancers. Looking forward to teaching you next!

Jalen Séguin Instructor

When I moved to Vancouver in January 2016, the first thing I did was sign up for salsa classes with Nina. I had been wanting to learn partner dancing for many years, but hadn’t the opportunity. Besides, I was new to the city and I wanted to find ways to meet people. My first 6-8 months were excruciating because I struggled with negative self-talk and self-judgement. The nasty noise in my head totally hijacked my ability to learn and have fun. It was SO MUCH easier to learn and have fun once I let go of the judgement. I still consider myself to be a slow learner when it comes to dance, and this contributes to my HUGE passion for helping people find their way to connect with the joy of dancing. Along with learning from the master (Nina), my strength as a teacher is my compassion for your learning journey. You will often hear me tell new students: “All you need is patience, persistence, and a good sense of humour.” Dancing and teaching dance is my favourite pastime and hobby. During the day, I develop software for companies that are doing good in the world. I have formal education in psychology, life coaching, yoga, appreciative inquiry facilitation, and an obscure form of bodywork (the Trager Approach). I also enjoy doing a variety of things to keep active: trail running, hiking, cycling, resistance training and camping.

Roya Madani Intern

Baila Vancouver and Nina has taught me so much, how to have fun during dancing which is a very fun a good exercise. In the beginning i knew nothing of any of the dances that i now know and am thinking maybe in the future i would like to become an instructor and learn as much as i can from Nina. Nina and the other instructors teach Salsa, Bachata, and Argentine Tango and everyone always makes us laugh and have fun, forget about our problems for that hour is like meditation but by laughing. LAUGHTER IS THE BEST MEDICINE!!! DANCING IS GOOD FOR THE HEART!!!