Hi Paul, I have been to Salsa Squad three times now, twice at The Study and last night at Butlers. It is so fantastic and cant wait to learn more steps!

Liz B

Hi Paul, Just a quick note to I wish you and your team a Happy Christmas and to thank you for running a great Salsa class. You once asked for feedback, well I think you've got it just abou...

Mark

Hi Paul, What a pleasure it was to meet you. You know I had some doubts I have to say but I am pleased to say that they were completely and utterly unfounded. What a "Salsa" experience, t...

Don and Claire Yates

Hi Paul, Apologies for not having been to Salsa for an eternity but I thought you might like to know Diego and my news. We are getting married on Monday in Clearwell Castle- since we met at...

Louise

Blog: Dance Tips


Advancement in Salsa - Musicality

Let's focus on the later stages of development, Intermediate to Advanced dancing. For many this means learning more complex routines which many of us, me included, often forget the following morning, and I am teaching them! But is there any point in learning these more complex routines if the basics arent in place? Simply adding more and more routines without addressing the basics is like building a house on weak foundations, the whole thing just doesnt stand up too we...Read the full article here Advancement in Salsa - Musicality

posted by paul on 25th September


SALSA SQUAD SALSA SQUAD SALSA SQUAD SALSA SQUAD How to remember moves

How to remember moves

Do you ever get home from a class only to find you have completely forgotten the moves you were performing very well only an hour earlier. I do too, and I am teaching them! Here is a solution; video them on your mobile phone. At the start of the lesson the instructor often performs the whole routine, this is the time to get your phone out ready to record. Once the routine is on your phone you can play it back and forth until your heart (and memory) is content.Read the full article here How to remember moves

posted by paul on 27th January


SALSA SQUAD SALSA SQUAD SALSA SQUAD SALSA SQUAD The Spacial Awareness of Men

The Spacial Awareness of Men

Fellas, when dancing with a lady keep one eye on the space around you. If you see that she is at risk of being trod on, bumped into or elbowed then gently guide here away from the danger. You don't have to stop dancing, just glide her away from the area. If you want to be really macho then turn her round and protect her from the danger with your massive torso (and take the potential hit yourself!).Read the full article here The Spacial Awareness of Men

posted by paul on 27th January


SALSA SQUAD SALSA SQUAD SALSA SQUAD SALSA SQUAD Tension is key to good following

Tension is key to good following

This one is for the ladies, particulary the beginners although there are two hidden tips for the men as well. Putting it into practice will result in an immediate improvement to your partner dancing during freestyle. Here's the situation. You're dancing away, coping niceley with the basic moves, when all of a sudden he puts you into a move you have never learnt before in lessons. Confused, you stop dead in your tracks as you give him the look of 'what was that you were ...Read the full article here Tension is key to good following

posted by paul on 27th January



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