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 foxtrox
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Salsa dance is the best, most popular and the sexiest Latin dance.

I love salsa dancing after trying and learning the move.

I am sure anybody will like it after they try and learn the style.

 foxtrox
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SALSA DANCING, ANYBODY?
Posted: 8/16/2008 10:56:26 AM
Alluria, when you get here in Calgary and ready to find a school for Salsa class, let me know. I will give you a variety of school that you can choose from. Most of dance class doesn't need a partner. They rotate partners during dancing. But hi if you need a partner going somewhere for salsa dancing, what else can I offer to a new Calgarian, its my pleasure to be dancing with you.
 foxtrox
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Posted: 8/16/2008 9:07:14 PM
I took salsa lesson at Alberta Dancesport, it is across University of Calgary .
The Studio School oos Dance is another dance school, it is close to Blackfoot Tr. SE
Olympia Dance Studio is another one, it is located at 16 ave close to centre st. NE
Latin Corner Dance Studio is located inside Eau Claire Market @ downtown
Havana Cuban is located somewhere in SW not far from downtown.

Its actually depend on your preference:
If you want close to your place.
If you prefer the best price.
If you prefer large or small number of people in the class.
If you want good instructors.
and so on....
 foxtrox
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Posted: 8/17/2008 8:27:46 PM
Sports/girl, if you would like to try it out first, rather than spend class fee for the dance school right away. You can go to latin restaurant that play salsa music.
Popular salsa places are
Don Qexoti
LaPachanga
Juan Mexican
I was thinking of forming a group of at least 5 to 6 people interested in salsa dancing. If anybody interested let me know. We will then decide where and when to go.

 lonelydavid77
Joined: 5/7/2007
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Posted: 7/21/2009 11:30:53 AM
They do great job, just one thing you have to be aware of, they get such a large turnout, not everyone will get a partner, and they do not do the one on one that this style of dancing so deserves!!

 lonelydavid77
Joined: 5/7/2007
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Posted: 7/21/2009 1:06:02 PM
^^^^^
Did that come out the wrong way, or is my imagination just stuck in the muddy waters of the gutter??
(Hail, hail, the 'gang " is here! )
 Stationary_Movement
Joined: 7/23/2008
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Posted: 7/21/2009 1:26:06 PM
Nope i was laughing at the same thing George. Kath, you crack me up.

SM
 lonelydavid77
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Posted: 7/22/2009 9:24:51 AM
In response to the girly question as what to wear:

<div class="quote">• avoid long flapping sleeves (infuriating when lead wants your hand quickly...)
• avoid loose bangles, unrestrained long necklaces, other jewellery that might get it the way
• avoid tops or dresses with lots of holes and/or strings round the back (lead’s fingers can get stuck...)
• avoid long heavy skirts (make spins harder; too hot also)
• if you have long hair consider tying it back (else lead gets-hair-whipped in close-quarter spins)
• avoid hair combs / grippers that stick up, and probably caps / berets are better avoided for similar reasons, unless they are very compact and very secure. Preferably no tiaras...

And For Men?! Black is good - sweat shows up less. But come on ladies - practical comments on what men should wear / not wear?

nuff said
 lonelydavid77
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Posted: 7/22/2009 4:28:10 PM
Thouht this was salsa



not





cha cha


(double post so double your pleasure!)
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