So, since we were doing a reloaded version of the salsa basic step with zoomed in angles, we decided to do the same with the other basic elements of salsa moves.
We present how to do a right turn in partnering, as well as the crossbody lead and the open break. These moves are fundamental to making a lot of combinations work once you reach advanced levels of salsa.
Well, I know I have found some time now to keep working on the website, and I decided to start a new experiment. I want to get a new pictures section started to showcase different clubs/events/salseros/salseras dancing anywhere in the world so we all get a feel of where everyone......
What's the sweeter bonus? A weekend in beautiful Palm Springs, CA? Or a salsa congress and bootcamp in the 2007 Salsa Summer Splash? Maybe it's a draw. Regardless, I had a great time at the event. Palm Springs gets very crowded with salseros in the months of July and August.......
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#97 : Simple Salsa Combo Connection
This simple salsa dance video lesson will show you how to connect beginner and intermediate salsa dance moves into a simple combination. We will utilize a regular cross body lead, S-turn, Cross Body Lead 180 and a hammer lock loop over lock in sequence for this combination. If you have any questions on each of the individual moves, check out our previous videos at <a href="http://www.addicted2salsa.com/videos">http://addicted2salsa.com/videos</a>
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