Ever wanted to know how to salsa? Need a remainder of the moves taught in your salsa dance class?
Salsa Lust is just for you! the most comprehensive salsa moves list offered on web.
New year, and 2 New variations, yeppie!
I'm sorry about the low frequency of updates lately, Iv'e been quite busy. I'm trying to find motivated people to write for the "style" section. If you are intrested please contact me.
New Variations: Pulpo De Agustin
and Jala Jala Con Traqueteo
I hope you had a blast yesterday :)
Posted on 01 Jan 2012 by Ido Flaishon
New "Style Performance" Section.
Salsa Lust proud to present the new "Style Performance" section
Until now Salsa Lust's main goal was to gather and organize public known and uniuqe variations. The goal is not yet at its finish line. But as all of we dancers realize sooner or later, variations are fun and all but they are far from being the heart of a good dance.
So what is new? I opened entirely new section that holds performance videos with high relevance to *style* improvance. They are all catagorized by elements or dance style and got highlights that you can take a snap look or repeated look at the interesting parts.
The database itself is quite small still but it'll grow with time (with your help if you want).
So, please do enjoy. Feel free to comment or email me about you thoughts regarding the section.
If you want to be a part of the Salsa Lust project and review style performance regularly or irregualrly, please contact me.
Hope you like it, spread the word!
Posted on 12 Nov 2011 by Ido Flaishon
New Salsa Lust variations!
2 New Salsa Lust Production variations were uploaded with this new update. Thanks for Or Felus and Shirly Bitansky for the dancing and for Or that invented the moves. Enjoy.
Next update gonna be a big one so stay tuned.
New Variations: El Jugador
See ya next week.
Posted on 05 Nov 2011 by Ido Flaishon
Big update is due in one or two weeks. In the meanwhile you get 2 new variations:El Clasico
and Montana Rusa (Polish)
Also I added some videos to Tocale La T
which was previously called Sorpresa but now it is the synoym.
Finally I simplified the "Suggest a move"
form so you won't need to fill so many detailed.
Also I'd like to thank our weekly contributers: Alex and Ron Munitz.
Keep on dancing :)
Posted on 26 Oct 2011 by Ido Flaishon
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