by april22 | Jun 27, 2019 | Instructor's Corner
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…)
by april22 | Jun 27, 2019 | Competitor's Corner
Controversial Moves, Controversial Contests
By Terryl Jones, of Let’s Dance LA
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It was fun getting to spend time with you this weekend. Enio and I work and travel so much that I rarely get to spend time talking to another girl.
We have made the decision to not travel quite so much and therefore I look forward to getting to spend more time visiting. We both look forward to working with you more in the future. Below is the article that I wrote. I warned you that it is somewhat inflammatory, but I really wanted to start some dialog along these lines. The more things are brought out into the open, the better they can be dealt with. Terryl
I have judged and seen many dance contests over the last 20 years. I have seen a trend in Salsa that has made me angry enough to feel it is time to speak up. (more…)
by april22 | Jun 27, 2019 | How Did You Discover Salsa?
I started dancing in November, of 1994. I’ll never forget that night….
I was thirty years old when I took my very first basic step.
I got sick of “home life” that evening, and decided to go out to an old “disco/techno/hip-hop” club I heard on the radio a few months before. It was located in Long Beach at the Shoreline Village. When I got there, the place had since turned into a Salsa Club called Cantina Tiburone. I went in, and decided to check out the scene. I was the first one there, and except for the DJ and bartender, I was the only (more…)
by april22 | Jun 27, 2019 | Stories from The Floor
“Beyond Being a Salsaholic – Confessions of a Salsa Junkie”
By Marla Friedler
I have to confess that I am actually worse than a Salsaholic. Add my obsessive/compulsive personality to that of the average Salsaholic and what you get is a downright salsa junkie. Not only do I dance every day (and yes, I am the same Marla who changes clothing in the car between clubs), but (more…)