|Don't be frustrated with your partner's progress. They will get there just give them time, refer to Tip 4 |
|Wear comfortable shoes that don't hurt you feet after half an hour|
|Wear clothes that you won't fall out of or that won't rise up while you're dancing. do a test run first to save embarrassment situations|
|When at salsa social parties don't sit down for too long and watch people dance it will make you feel inadequate. you will think everybody looks better than you. The truth is everybody thinks you're better than them when you're dancing.|
A person sitting down doesn't look good. A person on the dance floor enjoying themselves does.
|Tip 10 |
|Don't be put off going to salsa parties if you've only been doing salsa classes for a short time.|
|Social dance will aid your salsa learning a lot more than just lessons alone.|
|Sometimes listening to what someone else has told you can help your salsa, both positive and negative comments|
|Age and size has no relation with how quickly you learn. Your attitude does |
|Don't let your friend or partner stop you from coming to salsa classes or parties due to the fact that they aren't doing so well as you or they are struggling to learn.|
You can attend quite happily by yourself no one will think you're strange if you do.
Remember you are in control of your life no one else is.
|Come with a sense humour|
|It make sense to practice what you learn in class at home.|
Don't try and learn a whole dance routine each week just master one move.
|Master your mambo until you can do it without thought and in three different styles. |
|Don't keep looking down when learning your steps. You learn more quickly when look up and straight ahead. |