Copyright March, 1997, All Rights Reserved.
Above Image Created By Edie, The Salsa FREAK!! in 1997
The following is real folks… Email me if you can relate…
Is Salsa Worse Than Cocaine?
Why do I hear so many people site the similarities between the two?
- “Salsa is my drug”.
- “I needed my Salsa fix for the week”.
- “I can’t get enough of it”.
- “I almost lost my job”. “
So I was out dancing up a storm at some Salsa club the other night (surprised?) in [country] and I was dancing a REAL CLOSE Bachata with this guy that was really cute.
The music was awesome, the ambiance to die for, the crowd incredible, and he was an excellent lead. He kept it simple, (more…)
Don’t EAT GARLIC THAT WHOLE DAY….NO, NO, NO onions or GARLIC!!!. (even the smell of a recent burger on someone’s breath is noticeable…..)
There is NOTHING WORSE than dancing with someone and KNOWING what they just ate – ESPECIALLY onions and garlic!! When a man or woman smells of garlic, you bet I will tell them – even if I don’t know them very well. You will not believe the (more…)
Keep Them COMING!!! Related Article: “What Dancers Look for in a Club”
– By Edie, The Salsa FREAK
It was Incredible.
I was in [city] last week, having a ball teaching and working with some eager students at what was a beautiful little nightclub. It had a fantastic wooden floor, great lighting, clean restrooms, and excellent ventilation. I was curious as to why there weren’t many Salseros there. In fact, we were the ONLY dancers there. The DJ was playing excellent music, the sound system was fantastic, and the ambiance was perfect. (more…)
Surviving a Dance Partnership
A Few Words of Wisdom, From Edie, The Salsa FREAK
Aaaahhhâ€¦. The Things Iâ€™ve Learnedâ€¦
I was inspired to write this article by a newlywed couple that took a private lesson from me in Innsbruck, Austria. They were dance partners, and had only been married four months. They were both excellent dancers in their own styles. He had an amazing Hip Hop and Samba background, while she was an accomplished professional ballroom instructor, with additional experience in jazz, ballet and tap since the age of six. Both could dance Salsa relatively well, however as a relatively inexperienced lead, his uphill climb was