by Jessica Wilson
I was very flattered when Edie asked me to submit my letter to her newsletter. I hope that what I have written here doesn’t offend too many people and that they can see beyond any poorly-worded phrases and not misinterpret me too severely. According to Edie’s reaction to my original letter, it seems there are others out there who will be able to relate to my story. I look forward (I think) to hearing what people have to say about my experiences. Here goes… (more…)
Musicality is the Father of Men’s Styling.
Musicalists are now getting SO used to women saying “… oh my god” after virtually every song, that naturally they tend to start believing they are Salsa gods, and this CAN get to their HEADs.
Guys, hold the reigns… take my word of advice. Just because women STAND IN LINE all night to get a dance with you and call you “god” afterward doesn’t mean you’re really GOD….OK?
What do all of these men have in common?
Alex Lima-France, Mimo–Germany, Tamambo-UK, Felix Crainicu-Romania, Peter Fige-Hungary Ismael Otero & Juan Calderon-New Jersey – Tudor-Romania – Fabrizio, Italy – Milton Cobo, USA
… and yes, women say “Oh my god” after dancing with them. (more…)
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Salsa Dance “Musicality” – Better than SEX
Romanians Taking Salsa to the Highest Level…
Musicality – ON THE RISE
How the Story of the Music is Interpreted by Bodies in Motion
“Becoming a Musicalist is one of the highest levels you can reach in Salsa social dancing. One of the most fantastic things about this new level of dancing is the ability to create beautiful choreography on the spot… with someone you don’t even know.”
– Edie, The Salsa FREAK
A Salsa Musicalist has the capability of playing with the hits and breaks of the music without EVER interrupting their partner. Their spontaneous choreography during partner work is literally â€œOne with the Musicâ€. A Salsa Musicalist becomes the artistâ€™s brush, palette, and (more…)
Hello …My name is [name] , I am from [city]. I have been reading about you for almost 20 years. I have been teaching Salsa for the last 5 years … we are a group that has a great impact on the ‘Salsa community’ here in [city]. Do you dance & teach on 1 or on the 2????? IF YOU DANCE ON BOTH…..WHICH ONE DO YOU THINK IS THE RIGHT WAY….????? The reason is that we might want to come down to L.A or (more…)