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Quick Salsa Styling Tips for Ladies

Quick Salsa Styling Tips for Ladies

If anyone out there is wondering, "what can I do to improve that doesn't involve the natural process of getting good over time," I have some answers for you. Using body movements, you can improve how you look when you dance simply by remembering these easy tips.

Mambo Style Salsa Dance Moves

Mambo Style Salsa Dance Moves

In this episode of Addicted2Salsa Dance Lesson show, we travel a bit to the East Coast in order to show you a very common and popular move to do at the salsa dance nightclub. The first move, which I call the "Cyclone Bounce" for no apparent reason, can be seen in many salsa dance congress on the East Coast. The second dance move is really taking most of the concepts from the The Windmill Combo salsa dance episode and putting a different spin on it. In the end, Julie will have a special section to showcase ladies' styling for the follows. Credit goes to David Stein for the inspiration for these moves.

Beautiful Performance by Masacote Dance Company

I just came across a beautiful performance by Masacote Dance Company from Boston, MA that I wanted to share with everyone. This performance has so many levels to it; it is truly a work of art. Rarely do we see symbolism in salsa choreography, and rarely do we see music written specifically for the choreography. I love the creativity in this performance, and especially the interplay between the dancers and the musicians. Great musicality is my weak spot - I think it really embodies what dance is. I hope you all enjoy it, and thanks to Dany J. (ScarletMambo) for posting this video!

How to Improve Your Spins in Dancing

In this episode, we will provide you with three great ways to improve your salsa dance spins. While most of them tend to be 'known' to most intermediate dancers, we have noticed it does not get addressed soon enough to early beginners. Here are the summary of items this episode will cover: Frame and Position Dance Prep Spotting

Inspiring Bachata Performance

As Salsa dancers, it is important to be well-versed in the other Latin rhythms that are played in the clubs, even if we are addicts who dedicate a majority of the time to salsa. Here is a video I found inspiring of a bachata choreography, danced by Ataca Jorgie & Tanja (La Alemana) at a dance social. I really appreciated the musicality and integration of rhythm with passion...I hope you all enjoy it as well!

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