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: Salsa + Social


SALSA SQUAD SALSA SQUAD SALSA SQUAD SALSA SQUAD Let your partner know you are having fun!

Let your partner know you are having fun!

Have you ever been dancing with someone and thought to yourself ' I wonder if they are enjoying this?' Quite often we are concentrating so hard on either giving or receiving leads that we forget to inform our faces that we are having fun. Read the full article here Let your partner know you are having fun!

posted by paul on 27th January


SALSA SQUAD SALSA SQUAD SALSA SQUAD SALSA SQUAD Ladies, How To Get More Dances!

Ladies, How To Get More Dances!

Many ladies tell me they want to dance more, but men don't ask them enough. Here you will find 8 of the best techniques for putting this situation right. #1: On your way in, say "Hi" to men you pass. That's all, just "Hi" - as you walk in from the car park, as you stand in line to get in, as you walk to a table to put down your hand bag and coat, as you get a drink from the bar, as you walk to the ladies and back. Just a "Hi", with a smile, to many men. Even other men ...Read the full article here Ladies, How To Get More Dances!

posted by paul on 27th January


SALSA SQUAD SALSA SQUAD SALSA SQUAD SALSA SQUAD How to make someone's night!

How to make someone's night!

Can you remember your first ever salsa class? For some of you that will have been this week and others too long ago to remember! You turned up scared to death of what was to come, did the lesson and then sat down hiding in a corner hoping no one would see you during the freestyle. Then someone from one of the 'other class' arrives at your hiding place, offers their hand and takes you onto the dance floor. You say sheepishly 'be gently with me, this is my first time'. Read the full article here How to make someone's night!

posted by paul on 27th January



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