Advanced Figures in NY la & Cuban Salsa
'Your video featuring advanced moves in L.A./N.Y. salsa is excellent value! I really like how I can watch the figure in slow motion and at the same time listen as the move is clearly explained. When I learn salsa figures I like to write them down. With this video you've even done this! Each figure is subtitled so that I can read it over again after I've watched and listened. I also like the overhead camera which gives me an extra understanding of each move. The Cuban interpretation of each move is also a great idea for people who I like to dance Cuban style (myself included) Now I have no excuse for not learning!' (Bill Cameron, firstname.lastname@example.org). '....all I can say is that it is amongst the finest available, PERIOD. Maybe even the best...'. (Marc, MarcA@McKissackdc.com) 'Your video is fantastic!!!' (Murray, email@example.com) WHY SHOULD I BUY THIS SALSA VIDEO INSTEAD OF ANY OTHER? EASY! SO YOU CAN: *Practice 4 routines including 15 moves. *Learn each routine in NY/LA then in Cuban style. *Find clear explanations on how to convert moves. *Learn quickly with both vocal and written explanations. *Watch views from 3 different angles. *Follow the instructions given even during the slow motion. *Perfect your timing by using the salsa rhythm counting. *Pick up hints from a professional Cuban dancer. *Compare with the NY/LA filming with a Western dancer. *See demonstration clips of different styles - worldwide. *Get great value with 70 minutes of viewing. WHY LEARN MORE THAN ONE STYLE OF SALSA? Knowing many styles adds to the repertoire of emotions and expressivity you can incorporate into your dance. Don't make the salsa style you know determine how you dance! Make the music and your mood determine which style you dance and how you dance it. This video will help you to achieve this. We will show you 15 moves, and demonstrate them in both NY/LA (slot style) and in Cuban style (in a circle). We will show you that it is very easy to adapt moves to different styles, and that moves are just tools for dancing, not the dance itself.