Sencillo is a basic Cuban salsa turn commonly taught in Miami dance schools. In Cuba, this move is taught as Mírame Pero No Me Toques.
Practice the right turn and cross body lead as your first combination while incorporating both hands while turning and the hair brush technique for ladies.
Learn Enchufla Doble in this video lesson. This Cuban salsa move incorporates a shoulder tap on the first Enchufla and serves as a basis for other turns.
Learn the salsa cross body lead. This video is for beginner dancers and features footwork and partnering positions for both men and women.
Students will practice the seven sounds of the Conga Drum including the open tone, the bass tone or tono bajo, various slaps or tonos secos, and muff tones.
Learn Dile Que No, a transition move in Cuban salsa, in this online video lesson. Dile Que No is used after most turns in Casino and Rueda de Casino.
Learn the basic left turn or fade away for ladies and men in this video lesson. This simple turn is important for both leaders and followers to master.
Enchufla is a basic Cuban salsa turn that is danced in Casino or Rueda de Casino. Learn the basic steps in this video lesson.
Learn to dance the basic salsa right turn and improve your skills. Both men and women must master this move before advancing to more complex turns.
Learn Pal medio, Son Montuno and Llevala Pa’bajo in this video lesson. Leaders and followers must understand these 3 basic closed position moves.
Learn proper connection and body framing techniques for both closed and open body positions by compression concepts to improve your dancing.
Learn the Cuban basic step known as Guapea in this video lesson. Guapea is danced in both Casino and Rueda de Casino.