After dancing with many amateur & pro dancers, both as a leader and a follower, it became very clear what specific qualities are essential to leading with greatness.
These are some of the tips you can use to make your dancing feel incredibly connected to whomever you dance with.
Besides learning the skills of Salsa dancing steps, timing, frame and patterns (all learned at www.LatinDance.com) you must also have these particular traits to truly connect and make it a great ov
During my 20-year dance career, I have personally witnessed how thousands of my students have experienced positive life-changing results through the benefits of the Art of Dance. These benefits include, not only learning new dance skills, but also the vast physical benefits of dance, living a more healthy lifestyle, losing weight, being around other people (dancers) who lead positive and healthy lifestyles, being artistic & creative, making new friends, networking, meeting a
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Josie's Dance Tip of the Week... "PERFECT PRACTICE MAKES PERFECT" ~Vince Lombardi Learning dance is like any other new skill, you must PRACTICE to be great. From you very first class, you should practice the basic step until it becomes part of your muscle memory. I was very impressed with the Korean Salsa students when I went to teach and perform there in 2001. At the night club before I performed, I was sitting at the bar and I remember seeing a big group of people all clust
The Koreans had it right...
Last night I noticed many beginners struggling with Salsa on the dance floor. I could see the frustration is their faces. It made me realize that they are not grasping the concept of repetition of the simple steps before trying out the fancy ones.
Back in my travels, I noticed that the Koreans were one of the best groups of dancers internationally. They had one thing that many lacked - Discipline.
I'll tell you what I saw that impressed me.