How To: Do the basic Mambo steps

Ever been curious about the Mambo? The Mambo is a popular Cuban style of music and dance, sure to pump up any party or dance floor! Although the Mambo steps can be complicated, get each step broken down and taught with help from this free dance tutorial. With practice, practice, practice? You'll be sure to rock the Mambo without a single faulty step!

How To: Dance the cross body lead in salsa for beginners

In this video, learn how to get started with a basic cross body lead. This is an essential move to pull-off some more complicated combinations that you will learn further on. In addition, you will learn some styling techniques that make your crossbody leads better for both men AND women. Dance the cross body lead in salsa for beginners.

How To: Dance the Flamenco

The flamenco dance is a popular Spanish dancing style that incorporates rhythm and speed into routines. Learn how to dance the flamenco with this free dance lesson video series from an award-winning flamenco dancer.

How To: Salsa dance "club style"

In this tutorial, we learn how to salsa dance "club style". To do this, start off on the first count and do an open break. Next, the male will switch positions and move around the female. After this, you will come into a rainbow move, and the female will be standing behind you. Now, you will pull the lady around, swapping your hands and putting them into reverse cuddle position. Make sure you do 7 counts, and have a dance partner who knows how to dance this as well. Remember to keep your post...

How To: Do rumba dance steps

The Latin rumba originated from a Cuban song - To do this classic dance, follow the slow-quick-quick-slow pattern of the 4-count measure. Discover the steps to the rumba with a help & a demonstration from an expert: Rosario Nene Ortega is a ballroom dance instructor at The Goddess Store in Hollywood, Florida. Learn more dance moves from this expert by searching WonderHowTo! You're only practice time away from ruling the dance floor!

How To: Add style to cross body leads in salsa dancing

The often-requested men's styling for salsa dancing has arrived! Once you have a solid basis for your cross body leads, the next step is to be able to do variations of it. In this salsa video, we teach ways to spice up your salsa by adding style to your cross body leads. Anthony will teach you how to do a monkey move and a hook step into a cross body lead, and at the end how to add a shimmy.

How To: Do the four basic Mambo steps

Not sure where to start when learning the Mambo? Look no further. Get started dancing the Mambo by learning the four most basic steps. Master the Cuban style & flare needed to dance the Mambo with help from this expert Latin dancer.

How To: Salsa dance step by step for beginners

Dancing salsa is like making love on a wood floor. Interested? If so,then check out this easy to follow dance video which will guide you step by step through how to dance salsa. From sashaying your hips sexily to the correct basic forward and backward step, this video covers it all.

How To: Do the Bachata closed position

Attention dancers looking to master the Bachata! Get some tips from a pro! In this dance tutorial, learn how to do the closed position which requires the gentlemen to place their right hand on the ladies' lower back. Learn how to stay connected and close, without breaking the circle, while shaking your booty with help from this video tutorial.

How To: Do the Bachata reverse basic steps

The Bachata is a style of dance from the Dominican Republic. Accomplished with a Cuban hip motion to a four-step beat, it's a dance sure to get you sweating and grooving. In this dance tutorial, learn how to do the reverse step with a little help from a professional.

How To: Do the Latin Bachata dance

n this free video series, our expert Rodney Lopez will tel you all about the Latin Bachata dance, how to do the basic steps, and how to tone down hip movement. Rodney will also show you the open and closed positions, traveling steps, forward and backward steps, and turns.

How To: Do conga dance steps

Break out the conga dance at your next party or special occasion with help from this free lesson. The conga dance is a celebratory dance that many do in a line involving three steps and a tap to the side. Get tips and tricks on how to stay away from having two left feet with a pro: Rosario Nene Ortega is a ballroom dance instructor at The Goddess Store in Hollywood, Florida. Learn more dance moves from this expert by searching WonderHowTo! You're only practice time away from ruling the dance ...

How To: Do club style Salsa dance moves

This video basically covers some of the simplest Salsa dance moves that are basically universal -- that everyone who does Salsa knows how to perform. It is interesting to note that some of the more complicated Salsa dancing moves actually end up being variations of these combos.

How To: Do a basic salsa dance step

If you ever wanted to learn salsa, this video is a good first step. In this brief, kid-friendly lesson, the instructor in the video shows you a couple of very basic steps. The first step is a front-to-back step. This involves bringing your left foot forward and then together, and then taking your right foot backward and then together. To add some style to this very basic step, the instructor shows you how to move your hips in a circular motion while you make these steps. The other basic step ...

How To: Do a basic right and left turn in salsa dancing

In this video, we learn how to do basic left and right turns in salsa. You want to start off in the right positions for both the men and women, which will lead you into the right turns. Ladies will want to cup their hands, and keep them open so they can turn easily. For the right turn, just use the wrist and turn on 3 counts. When the guys turn, they release from the girl's hand and count on 3 as well. Make sure you are counting to the steps, so you know when to turn, and do fluid movements. ...

How To: Perform the basic dance steps for professional salsa

In this clip, learn how to perform a basic dance sequence for ballroom salsa. This move is classic and can easily be moved from the ballroom to the dance floor. Check it out and get started with these easy to learn steps: the front-back step, the simple right turn, and for the guys - how to lead a right turn when in open position. Perform the basic dance steps for professional salsa.

How To: Do a simple salsa dance step

There are three basic salsa dance steps demonstrated in this video: the "forward and back step," the "side break," and the "back break." In the forward and back step one partner steps forward as the other steps back using the rhythm "quick, quick, slow, quick, quick, slow." In the side break step both partners step together to one side and then to the other again using the rhythm "quick, quick, slow..." Finally, in the back break both partners take a small step back while opening their should...

How To: Do the traditional Mexican dance

In this series of dance lessons you'll learn the basics of traditional Mexican dancing from expert Aleli Montano, professional dancer and native of Mexico City. She demonstrates the steps, moves, turns and combinations of the dance, as well as arm and skirt movements which enhance the mesmerizing visual qualities of the dance. Additionally, she talks about the origins of Mexican folk dances, shows you how to wear the traditional Mexican dance costumes, and offers tips and advice on where to l...

How To: Do a basic step in salsa dancing

Knowing just the basic steps in any form of dance can get you by if you are going out to a dance club/event that plays music you have never danced to before. In any form of dance you can apply a count to as to how many steps there are to perform a basic move. To perform a basic step in salsa dancing, there is a 7 step count. Practice and you will look like a natural

How To: Dance the cumbia

The cumbia is a hot Latin dance from Columbia and ready for you to learn! Practice the steps using three counts per measure of music with help from this free lesson taught by an expert: Rosario Nene Ortega is a ballroom dance instructor at The Goddess Store in Hollywood, Florida. Learn more dance moves from this expert by searching WonderHowTo! You're only practice time away from ruling the dance floor!

How To: Do basic Merengue dance steps with a partner

Nothing makes the Merengue more fun, than dancing the Merengue with a partner! In this dance lesson, learn to do basic Merengue dance steps with a partner. Although the Merengue can be complicated, with the correct dance space, shoes, and attitudes, you'll get these steps down in no time.

How To: Improve your spins in dance

Component 1. Frame And Posture. The benefits of dance shoes never outweigh the benefits of proper spin technique. Your body should be straight lower abs and stomach should be tight. Your arms are in proper position. If you lift your hand it should be in 90 degree angle.

How To: Cha Cha dance for kids

Cha cha cha! Does your child have that flare needed for Latin dance? Why not use this tutorial to teach them the basics of the "Cha Cha" with Julian, a professional dance instructor. Hosted by Fit for a Feast, this lesson goes into the foot work, the hips and the arms needed for the sassiest Cha Cha!

How To: Dance the Cha-Cha-Cha with Jules Helm

Check out this instructional dance video that demonstrates how to dance the Cha-Cha with Jules Helm. The Cha-Cha (or Cha-Cha-Cha) is a dance from Cuba popular among ballroom dancers. Learn to dance the cha-cha, the moves and steps, in this ballroom dancing video.

How To: Move your partner on the dance floor

Gina Deambrazio and Gino Spizatti demonstrate the lady passing under a bridge move which helps move your partner on the dance floor. This is a variation of the salsa move cross body lead. You drop your arm, step to the side, bring her under, and do a basic.

How To: Do the woman half turn

Gina Deambrazio and Gino Spizatti demonstrate how to spin your partner by doing the woman half turn for the salsa dance. The man does the cross body lead while the woman has to make a turn by stepping forward with the left foot. The man can never stop moving his feet because he always has to be thinking about where his female partner is going.

How To: Look great salsa dancing for ladies

In this video, we learn tips on how ladies can look great while salsa dancing. First, make sure you keep your chin tilted up, this will keep you looking confident. Second, keep your shoulders back so your shoulder blades are pinched together and your chest is slightly pushed out. Third, remember proper arm positioning and hand style. Fourth, stay on the balls of your feet so you don't look rigid and flat-footed. Doing all of these together can help you look great while doing the salsa, and gi...

How To: Do the hammerlock flip move in salsa

In this tutorial, we learn how to do the hammerlock flip move in salsa. Start in open position, then do a cross bar lead into an outside half turn. You will end up with your hands crossed, then let the left hand go and swing the ladies hand so it flicks and locks again. When doing these flicks, you have to cross the hands over and get ready for the next move. If your partner has hand resistance, pick the hand up on the other side. Do all these combinations in sets of seven, while keeping your...

How To: Perform a Puerto Rican style salsa side step

A lot of salsa dancers forget about their footwork when they are dancing socially, and this clip will teach you how to add in some footwork flair whether you are in a club or on the street. This quick lesson will teach you the basic salsa slide footwork that is commonly used by Puerto Rican band members as they sing at a live concert. Have fun! Baila! Perform a Puerto Rican style salsa side step.

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