Siete is a fundamental intermediate Casino or Salsa Cubana move where the leader redirects the follower similar to a vacila.
Learn how to spice up your tumbao “Patato” style in our latest conga video lesson. Instructor Edgardo Cambon opens up to 2 and 3 drums.
Combine the salsa left turn with a hand toss to create an advanced pattern known as the “left turn wind up.”
Doble Cero is an easy Salsa Cubana/Casino move that has the same footwork as Setenta and Sencillo. After the right hand turn, the leader lets go of the follower.
This salsa video adds styling to the “Behind the Back” pattern for both leaders and followers. The concepts in this lesson can be applied to other advanced moves.
El Dedo is a classic Casino Miami move that starts in a Dile Que No. This salsa move also incorporates vacila and enchufla so it’s important to learn these basic patterns first.
The “Behind the Back” salsa move is an intermediate dance turn that incorporates two inside rolls for the followers, sexy arm movements and new footwork for the leaders.
The salsa Cubana move known as el dos is a variation of the pattern el uno that also incorporates sombrero.
The basic copa salsa move or turn starts with a cross handed outside turn followed by an inside half-turn where the ladies come to a stop to which styling can be added.
Learn how to play the campana or basic cowbell rhythms in this video lesson. Students will learn how to hold the campana correctly, proper stick placements, basic patterns and other guidelines.
Sombrero is a classic Cuban salsa move that starts with a Dile Que No followed by a vacila variation where the hands come up and over the leader’s and follower’s head.
Learn martillo variations on the bongo drums in this video lesson. Master instructor Edgardo Cambon demonstrates how different licks and variations can be incorporated while still maintaining the melody.