Dear Edie, I was at the â€™03 SF Congress this last weekend and I believe Iâ€™ve had my fill of bad horrible terrible MP3 music used on performerâ€™s routines.
Hereâ€™s what I have to say about itâ€¦maybe you could post this so anyone coming up will take your thoughts into consideration when selecting the source of their music!
BTW, I have never heard any of your routines reflect this MP3â€™age of routine music, yours is always top-notch! (more…)
Why are the guys no longer multiple-spinning us to the left anymore?
Left vs Right Multiple Spins
Spinning Questions … RIGHT HIP PAIN
FOOD FOR THOUGHT FOR THE GUYS…
LET ME ASK THIS AGAIN: Why are the guys no longer multiple-spinning us to the left anymore? (more…)
Permission to Re-Publish at Dancer Hangout by Joe DeMers,
Overstreet Dance Gallery, Littleton, Colorado
Frame matching: a framework for teaching Swing and Blues dance partner connection
Joseph Daniel DeMers
Science and Educational Psychology, Overstreet Dance Gallery, Denver, CO, USA
Frame Matching is a codified theory of partner-dance connection. It establishes a framework for breaking down and teaching Swing and Blues dance connection. It is the act of creating, maintaining, or changing tension between partners with posture and tone, in order to lead and follow energy and direction. Frame Matching is explained in terms of changes in posture, tone, tension, energy, and the direction of energy (Î”PTED). (more…)
Super Mario â€“ The European â€œMillion Moves Manâ€.
By Edie, The Salsa FREAK
Mario’s Website: www.MillionMovesMan.com
Iâ€™ve known Super Mario for years. He is known throughout the world for his amazing lead and incredible moves. His techniques are priceless to Salseros learning this dance. It is rare to find an amazing lead that can also teach well, but for Super Mario, this isnâ€™t a (more…)