Musicality and the Musicalists of the World

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?
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What do all of these men have in common?

Alex Lima-France, MimoGermany, 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…)

Musicality Dancing with Salsa

Learn to Salsa dance with Edie, The Salsa FREAK!!

“Edie, the Salsa Freak, had some interesting things to say about “on one” and “on two” dancing. She said that what is important is dancing “to the music” by responding to the hits and breaks in a song, rather than whether the dance is structured “on one or two.” In her opinion, the best and most musically rich experience is to respond to the accents of a particular piece of music by altering where (more…)

Rhythmically Challenged

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“Dear Edie,
I read your story and found it most interesting because I am in a situation somewhat similar to yours. My partner and I have been dancing Salsa for a little over a year, we have horrible fights. We have participated in local competitions and have won, but I think this is because our audience is mostly anglo. I would like to improve my Salsa dancing but I can’t find qualified salsa teachers or professionals in my area, and my partner can’t hear the music, I am his ears!. I need a good partner but they are hard to find. I love dancing so much that (more…)

Just Trying to Help

Learn to Salsa dance with Edie, The Salsa FREAK!!
“Dear Edie,
I have a major problem. My life partner is a competent dancer but lacks confidence and when I try to help her improve we end up having arguments on the dance floor as she claims I’m too much of a perfectionist and that I take it too seriously. I have several female friends with whom I have a good spontaneous rapport on the dance floor where we’re able to be really creative, sometimes exciting and even magic. I know my partner would never reach that standard as she is not as addicted as I am. (more…)