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A background on Salsa
A blend of many different styles, cultures, and rhythms, Salsa dancing was created in New York City as a direct result of the mingling of many diverse groups.
Taking much of its soul from cultures of both Cuba and the Carribean, the dance emphasizes hip motion and a firty, fun attitude.
Salsa is usually danced at a faster tempo than many other dances and the steps are smaller as a result. Many Zumba songs blend elements of Reggaeton in with Salsa music allowing for an even wider range of movements to be performed.
About this Lesson
What you will learn in this video:
- Tap forward - then shake your hips
- Step to the side (salsa side step)
- Round the world (rolling your shoulders while stepping)
- Salsa front and back
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