Happy New Year. What’s in store?

I want to wish every salsero and salsera a great new year. I hope dancing will fill you with lots of positive energy. Let’s spread some of that energy to the people around us.

The start of a new year is a good time for new plans. Well, actually, every day is a good time for new plans, but I digress. I will start recording new Shines on1 and on2 and put these in separate sections here on the site. The goal: at least 50 shines in each category.

Also expect video clips about technique, like spinning and styling, and tips about creating your own shines and combinations. I’m also hoping to hear from you all what you would like to see.

What are your wishes for 2011 for salsa in general, or How2Salsa in perticular?

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2 Comments

  1. Eveline
    Posted January 5, 2011 at 8:13 am | Permalink

    Hi Paul, and a very happy New Year to you too!

    What I would really like to see on how2salsa are two things: styling in partnering (e.g. with Caroline for good examples of men- and women’s styling in partnering) and a clip/lesson on musicality, explaining the music and its instruments and how the different instruments combine… what YOU hear when you feel/listen to the music. What qualifies a good on1/on2 song…

    Some suggestions for 2011, then. Wishing you a year full of inspiration and joy and thank you once again for everything that you’ve taught us in 2010!

    x

  2. mark
    Posted January 20, 2011 at 7:58 pm | Permalink

    Really enjoying working through your vids, many thanks for doing them :)

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