"Never Danced Before? No problem! Join us on the dance floor with this incredible 2 set salsa dance DVD. The instruction is clear & concise. The productions values are stellar, and the quality is HD amazing. Yes, you will be salsa dancing, with your partners, by the end of this video! It's a step-by-step approach, tailored and refined by teaching thousands upon thousands of students how to dance salsa. This video covers the very basic steps, the foundation of leading and following, and a couple of nice salsa patterns. This stellar 2 set DVD provides everything you need to know to get yourself dancing! Purchase it today, and be dancing tomorrow." --Aventura Dance Studio- Owner
About the Actor
Moshe A. Rasier, Owner/Director of Aventura Dance studio in Miami, had a vision to reach people all over the City of Aventura and create a dance lifestyle. The long nights of instruction, patience, and discipline have paid off for everyone, as Moshe led a team of dancers, administrators, and instructors to the brand new Dance Studio in 2008. Moshe employs a team of 10 teachers and staff, has an enrollment of approximately 200 students, and conducts over 22 classes each week (plus additional private lessons and team rehearsals). About Moshe A. Rasier: In 2003, Moshe moved to Florida to finish his academic studies, within two years Moshe graduated from Nova Southeastern University with a Bachelors degree. He also earned a Master of Business Administration with a concentration in entrepreneurship. Since moving to Florida, Moshe decided to learn salsa and, after few classes, he joined local dance teams and was given the chance to perform and participate in several salsa congresses throughout the country. The salsa congresses included New York,, Puerto Rico, Chicago, Boston, Miami, IHSC and more. He also performed in many local clubs and events. One highlight of Moshes dancing experience has been performing live in front of 80,000 people, as well as for 500 million television viewers, during the Super Bowl XLI pre-game show in February 2007, which was produced by Cirque Du Soleil. He was one of only forty dancers who were given this amazing opportunity. Only a month later, he performed in two Miami Heat half time shows, which was a great experience as well. In addition to performing, he teaches salsa and mambo dancing. For the most part he teaches private lessons, and group classes. He also volunteers his services to Nova Southeastern University, Hillel, and to several other non-profit organizations. He finds this to be an excellent way to give back the community while passing along the beautiful tradition of this style of dance.