Develop your musicality, your ability to hear and feel the rhythms, dancing with and in response to them while focusing on Caribbean dances with African roots. Hear the Drums: Shangó LEARN MORE

Enrique Mila

Cuban Dance, Choreography

Enrique is a professional dancer and choreographer with Compañía De Danzas Tradicionales JJ and an instructor and dancer with Tierra Kaliente Dance Company and School. He began his career at age seven dancing with Oñí Ache, and then Mirando al Futuro under the direction of Leonel Suárez.  Since he has been invited to dance with a number of companies including Abril, Comparsa la FEU, and Alafia.  With each he often performs as soloist with a diverse repertoire spanning from popular and traditional dances to AfroCuban dances including Arará and Abakuá.  He has also collaborated on projects with Conjunto Folclórico Nacional and Banrarrá and was a dancer in the film, Inocencia

During his career Enrique has traveled the world performing and teaching at festivals and with special projects including a 3-month stent teaching in Japan.  He has had the privilege to work with legends like the founders of Buena Vista Social Club and renowned instructors such as Alfredo O’Farril, Johanes García, Graciela Chao, Bárbara Balbuena, Dr.C Rogelio Martinez Furé, Manolo Micler, and Isabel Busto.


Afrocuban, Rumba, Popular Dances, Son, Casino, Sueltas, Men’s Styling


Spanish, Basic English

Connection Quality:

Book Lessons

Real People

Real Places

We strive to provide you with access to instructors far and wide, including instructors with busy professional careers and instructors in hard to reach places with limited resources.  To accomplish this we prioritize personal connection and content over big production. 

Instructors teach online from their homes, while on tour, sometimes even from rooftops. This means you get to connect with them as real people in the everyday course of their lives, but video, lighting, and sound quality may vary.

Connection Quality: Okay

This instructor is in an area where internet access is limited to mobile data.  They are able to work on 4G and teach in online sessions, but some flexibility is required.