logging in or signing up salsa dancing - how to get started with learning those hot, sexy salsa trafficmonsters Download Post to : URL : Related Presentations : Share Add to Flag Embed Email Send to Blogs and Networks Add to Channel Uploaded from authorPOINT lite Insert YouTube videos in PowerPont slides with aS Desktop Copy embed code: Embed: Flash iPad Dynamic Copy Does not support media & animations Automatically changes to Flash or non-Flash embed WordPress Embed Customize Embed URL: Copy Thumbnail: Copy The presentation is successfully added In Your Favorites. Views: 61 Category: Others/ Misc License: All Rights Reserved Like it (0) Dislike it (0) Added: September 14, 2011 This Presentation is Public Favorites: 0 Presentation Description What's salsa? Is it a spicy sauce you can use to enhance your dinner, or is it a dance? Of course, it's both. Comments Posting comment... Premium member Presentation Transcript Salsa Dancing - How to Get Started with Learning Those Hot, Sexy Salsa Dance Steps: Salsa Dancing - How to Get Started with Learning Those Hot, Sexy Salsa Dance StepsSlide 2: What's salsa? Is it a spicy sauce you can use to enhance your dinner, or is it a dance? Of course, it's both. The dance probably got its name from the sauce, and the features of the sauce, from spicy to hot to zesty to anything but boring. All these labels also describe salsa dancing perfectly.Slide 3: In addition, salsa dancing is sexy and sensual, words we don't usually use when describing dinner or its ingredients, no matter how exciting.Slide 4: Salsa is a Latin dance, just like Tango and Mambo. It has a very specific pattern, i.e., six steps over 8 beats of music, in a "quick quick slow" kind of pattern. You can step either forwards and backwards, or from side to side. The basics are not hard to learn at all. So how can you learn the more advanced salsa dance steps?Slide 5: Personally, I believe that it's important to be really solid with the basics, so practice them with some cool Salsa music, which is kind a fusion of various Afro-Caribbean and Latin dances, and both fast and energetic. How fast? About 180 beats per minute, which makes it ideal for aerobic workouts as well as for a high-energy party.Slide 6: I actually first learned about Salsa from a friend who was a big fan of Latin dancing and introduced me to the music of the late Tito Puente, a key player in the Salsa music scene. He started out in Mambo, and later became the "Sultan of Salsa." He had the "best salsa album of the year" in 2000.Slide 7: Other major salsa artists include Marc Anthony (yep, the one all over the tabloids right now), Hector Lavoe , Celia Cruz, Jerry Rivera, and more. So here's a great way to get started if you're interested in dancing and specifically in dancing Salsa...Slide 8: Go get yourself some basic instructional videos, learn the basic salsa steps, and then get some of the music by Tito, Marc, Celia and others, and dance away, until you practically do the salsa steps on auto-pilot.Slide 9: In fact, if you want to get REALLY good at dancing Salsa, you may want to check out the Salsa Bootcamp ... It's VERY thorough and will help you get off to a solid start. And then it will take you all the way to jaw-dropping moves that will get the attention of everyone watching you salsa dancing.Slide 10: And that's one of the best things about Salsa dancing - it's a great way to get out and have fun, and meet new people. And if you're a skilled Salsa dancer, you'll have your pick of partners!Slide 11: Ready to find out more? Go to http://www.SalsaDancing411.com to read more about how to learn those Salsa dance steps . And grab your FREE guide to dancing success at http://www.SalsaDancing411.com/freereport.html You do not have the permission to view this presentation. In order to view it, please contact the author of the presentation.