Their classes teach what instructor Alex Ruiz calls, "Miami-Cuban style salsa," where instead of dancing with one partner, you constantly switch partners.
"It's a good way to pick up ladies," said Josef Toussaint, who started taking classes a year ago. The first thing you learn at Salsa Mia-- even before dance steps -- is how to break the ice when approaching a dance partner.
When Gio and Courtenay had son Marcello, it inspired them to reconnect with his extended family in Barranquilla, Colombia.
But the city's bustling economy and subsequent booming rental market, presents high hurdles on their hunt to find a suitable family home, when House Hunters International dances into Barranquilla, Colombia.
Salsa Mia's Gio & Courtenay Gio and Courtenay are great friends and part of the Salsa Mia family. After a leisurely and complimentary breakfast at Loews Preston Brassiere it was time to have fun and work off that extra helping of pancakes with a salsa-dancing lesson held in Loews Poinciana Ballroom.