Intermediate Salsa Patterns On1
After learning and mastering our program of intermediate Salsa steps, you’ll be ready to jump into the exciting stage of joining those steps together into slick patterns. By now you should have the fundamentals of Salsa down and be ready to intertwine the steps you know with fluidity and finesse. The days of putting 5 basic steps in between each move are gone, and you’re about to become comfortable with more complicated transitions.
As you improve your ability to execute these intermediate Salsa patterns, we challenge you to start developing your own. Remember that the goal of learning to dance is not to follow one’s instruction, but to become a creator yourself. Our goal is to give you the tools to freely express yourself however the music moves you. Have fun and best of luck!
Take a look through our on1 intermediate Salsa patterns below and get comfortable stringing together your intermediate steps.
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Walk & Roll
Just open up and let her roll by. The Walk and Roll is all about inside turns and outside turns in various hand positions. The combo starts off with a basic right turn followed by a right side pass outside turn, another outside turn with an inside turn to finish.
Ladies, it’s your time to shine! This new intermediate Salsa pattern is called “La Mariposa” (Butterfly). It’s the perfect way for you to spread your wings and glide gracefully across the dance floor.