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Salsa Crazy Presents: Learn to Salsa Dance, Volume 3: Salsa Dancing Guide for Beginners
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Some of the moves dancers using this DVD will learn include the cross-body lead and the cape plus how to incorporate each of those basic Salsa moves with various turns and patterns. And while a majority of this DVD is focused on how to do moves with a partner, there is a pause for some instruction on solo action for times when you and your partner have let go of one another. Footwork shines, to be exact. Once you learn those, they will be another technique that you can insert into your patterns to really make the Salsa dance moves your own.
Some of the features that carry over from the previous DVDs in the SalsaCrazy series include the signature SalsaCrazy close-up view of dance moves and clear, step-by-step instructions. Hosts Evan Margolin and Moira Denike also continue to provide tips for both leaders (men) and followers (women) so that the complex patterns being taught can be executed properly. Dance etiquette lessons are also included as a bonus feature on the DVD.
Overall, I would say that Learn to Dance: Beginners Volume 3 is definitely worth picking up if interested in learning to Salsa dance. Keep in mind though, volume three is designed for dancers who already have a working dancing knowledge of Salsa dancing. If that's not you, you may want to go ahead and start with one or both of the first two SalsaCrazy Learn to Dance Salsa Beginners DVDs. I've also written reviews for those.
Evan's partner is Moira Denike, who looks stunning and is a joy to watch, and the music, by Benny Velarde y Super Combo, is excellent. The DVD extras are Evan's "Dance and Club Etiquette" tips, which in this volume are about "Floor Craft," the skill of dancing without bumping into others, and much more; there are also some very funny "Outtakes." As a former dancer, I greatly admire Evan's teaching style. He is a marvelous dancer and a superb instructor, without the slightest trace of the "ego" getting in the way, and Salsa is not only fun, but it's a great way to exercise, as well as socialize.
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What's great about Learn to Salsa Dance volume three is that even though it's a beginner's DVD you do more than what most would consider beginner's dance movements. Read morePublished on June 29, 2006 by Kris
I'm working on getting the hang of Learn to Salsa Dance Beginners' volume three. It's tough though because the DVD has a lot more, or should I say, more complex patterns on it and... Read morePublished on June 21, 2006 by Bugsy
I've been through all three DVDs in the Learn to Dance Salsa series but in my opinion Beginners volume 3 is the best of the beginner's DVDs. Read morePublished on June 15, 2006 by K. England
By the time you reach Learn to Dance Salsa three, you should be ready to stop leaning on the instructors for demonstrations and have developed a keen ear for following the verbal... Read morePublished on June 12, 2006 by Braden S.
Though the first two DVDs in the beginners series are fun, this is where the real fun begins. Students using the DVD are expected to have a working knowledge of not only basic... Read morePublished on May 24, 2006 by Millie Ro
If you ask me, this one is the best DVD of the first three because by the time you're ready for it, you're not so focused on learning movements but more so on just dancing to the... Read morePublished on May 5, 2006 by Carol
The Volume 3 for Beginners is the best tutorial, which could inspire any dancers. I hope the tutor could add in the lady's foot steps on Shine. Read morePublished on April 28, 2006 by Wang Hao Zhen
I've been through all three Beginner DVDs from Salsa Crazy but this one is my favorite. It has just the right pacing for me and though after three months of using the DVD I have... Read morePublished on April 26, 2006 by Libby