i2i Imps Essential RuedaLa Rueda De La Casino the Cuban Wheel form of salsa This salsa course is a crash course into La Rueda De La Casino - the Cuban wheel form of salsa where traditional rueda moves are called by the caller and danced simultaneously by everyone. It introduces participants to the essential popular moves of rueda, the calls and the sheer fun of La Rueda. All of which are brilliant for freestyle salsa regardless of regional style.It’s a must! Besides you've already done many of the moves wherever your style!Essential Rueda covers the core moves and skills required to join in.Core Rueda moves:- Pa'l Medio aka Adentro y Afuera- Arriba, Abajo- Casino / Guapea- Enchufla - La Prima- Dile Que No / Dame (c.b.l.)- Sombrero- Vacilala- Paseala- Sacala- SetentaWe will also cover many variations and extensions of these moves.Rueda gives many useful core skills to salsa dancers including:- A sense of fun and loss of pretentiousness.- Presence and adaptability through letting errors go.- Spacial awareness.
All Salsa Rapido Improvers to Intermediate salsa courses (i2i) are designed to take post-beginner salsa dancers into the world of freestyle salsa dancing so you can get into dancing at the salsa clubs. As with all Salsa Rapido courses, it is a genuine foundation course spanning the regional styles and popular moves.They are intensive and offer real progress and achievement within a fun, friendly and supportive environment where experienced and less experienced participants help each other.The program is designed as a compliment to your existing classes or as a stand alone path to club/social dancing and advanced salsa levelsEach course consists of four hours of actual tuition on one day. This does not include coffee breaks, lunch period, Q&As or practice sessions! Summary:The Salsa Rapido® i2i Flavours is a series of salsa courses aimed at Improver and Intermediate salsa dancers.Held at bar Salsa in London on Sundays 11.30am – 5pm (not every week)Location: Salsa Soho 96 Charing Cross Rd, London WC2H 0JGLeicester Square or Tottenham Court Rd tube stations.
Please note that the Salsa Rapido i.2.i. program is not for absolute beginners.It is a course to bring post beginners into the faster paced world of freestyle salsa. Minimum standard guidelinesAll participants must:Be able to keep their footwork going whilst concentrating on something else. Must have experienced a range of moves. Must be able to lead or follow a 'Cross Body Lead' or 'Dile Que No' I strongly recommend that a minimum of four hours tuition has been completed prior to joining the i.2.i. Program. If you're still not sure contact me (daytime only please 07939012231).
The Streetbeat Salsa Co. was formed by Alastair Sadler in 1995 to promote the Salsa Rapido® method of teaching salsa, and salsa social events.