There are a lot of questions and myths out there around the difference between salsa on 1 and on 2, so we’ve collect the facts here for you. We hope this article will allow you to have more educated conversations on salsa timing, and help you decide which timing you enjoy more. It’s OK to […]
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When learning how to salsa dance, we often worry too much about our partners and not enough about what we’re doing ourselves. In this tip we’ll explain how, as a follow, worrying less about the lead and focusing on framing yourself can actually improve your ability to respond to his signals.
Our Salsa Turn Technique Workshops are ready for you! Not a member yet? Sign up here. Since, we’ve already written about The Benefits of Salsa Turn Technique and How Salsa Turn Technique Will Change Your World In 15 Minutes, we’ll skip right to the goods. The goal of these workshops is to improve your understanding of […]
In the fast-paced world we live in, we want everything immediately and too often this spills over into how we learn, leading us to glaze over the fundamentals and not reach our salsa dancing potential. The problem is that there’s a misconception with fundamentals. People get antsy when they work on basics, they want to […]
Taking 15 minutes to better understand turn technique could change your world. A month ago, we cruised over to beautiful Kelowna, Canada with Patrick and Scarlet to teach some salsa workshops on turn technique. At the start of class Patrick and Scarlet asked everyone to social dance, using inside and outside turns, to get a sense of where everyone was […]
Thanks to Mary Johnson for this guest post: The Berlin Salsa Congress is one of the world’s greatest celebrations of this lively and exciting Latin American dance. Although Salsa dancing has it’s roots in the Caribbean and USA it has become incredibly popular in Germany, with many Salsa clubs being opened in large cities such […]
On May 1, I had a great time speaking at Stanford for BJ Fogg and David Ngo’s Design for Dance conference, where designers, dancers, developers and innovators came together for one day to share ideas around the question: “How do we get more people dancing?” The theme of the day was “The first five minutes” […]
Tomorrow we’re off to Stanford University in Palo Alto, California to present at BJ Fogg’s Design 4 Dance conference. BJ Fogg runs the Persuasive Technology Lab at Stanford, where he and his team carry out cutting-edge behaviour design research in areas where they believe major shifts are about to occur in our society. Yes, they […]
It’s hard to believe the day is finally here. Dance Dojo’s Beginner and Intermediate Salsa programs are now live! If you’re absolutely itching to get started, you can join here, or check out our sample lessons for a taste of the program. Looking back six months ago, we knew we were in for a ride, […]