Deep Salsa for Intermediates
A new Intermediate Plus Salsa Rapido course.
I can’t remember how many times I’ve been asked for Intermediate levels intensive courses and so I’ve organised one.
This course is not and bunch of moves, styling or footwork. It’s for dancers who are looking to energise their salsa through looking at things in a different way. It uses models and exercises that you will probably not be familiar with. These will allow you to discover the underlying psychology and ways to change the way you dance or to recognise that no change is necessary.
Salsa Rapido® Method:
The ethos of Salsa Rapido is the same at all levels.It’s the Fast, Fun and Progressive approach to salsa. In other words I want to get you better faster, while having a heap of fun. If you think teaching should be a dry, boring, authoritarian and pedagogic experience, be warned you’ll hate this!
Are you intermediate?
My definition of an intermediate is someone who regularly dances freestyle salsa.
I’m the first to admit that’s a wide group of levels but I’m working on the basis that those who dance in clubs should know enough to lead/ follow and can operate at ‘club speed’. Improvers can handle the info but struggle to implement things as fast simply because they haven't had enough ‘real time’ dancefloor experience.
If you’re not sure call me.
11.30am -5pm at Salsa Soho, 96 Charing Cross Road,
Advanced booking only please via www.streetbeat.co.uk/i2i
What’s on the course:
What is an advanced dancer:
What motivates a dancer to go from Intermediate to advanced? Motivation
Getting the most from each dance. Rapport
The Buzzsaw of Tension Release
Reactive leading - turning mistakes into opportunities.
Avoiding the blame game
The follower’s game - (trust me you’ll love it) Adv Body language
The random move machine - Divergent thinking
Making the moves your own
Within his combos
Finding the state of Flow
Musical Interpretation to energise everything:
Find the beat
Making beats work for you