Now they can watch and learn over 100 salsa dance moves, going from beginner to advanced, where ever they are! We are now on iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad and Android devices. See the videos below for details.
POCKET SALSA FOR IPOD TOUCH, IPHONE AND IPAD
To download Pocket Salsa for iPhone or iPod Touch from the iTunes AppStore, go tohttp://addicted2salsa.com/iphone .
Pocket Salsa for Android Devices
To install from the Android Market
Go to the Android Market Webstore here: http://market.android.com/details?id=com.addicted2salsa.pocketsalsa or you can watch this video!.
This salsa dance video lesson we teach you the “Lock and Load” salsa dance combination. It is an advanced move, and therefore we will be teaching it in On2 timing. For more videos, visit http://addicted2salsa.com/videos
This episode is dedicated to the memory of Steve Jobs. He was a role model to most of us, who taught us to do what we love so that we can leave our dent in the Universe. That lesson helped me start Addicted2Salsa. I am forever thankful. http://www.apple.com/stevejobs/
Learn salsa dance steps and moves for free! In this salsa dancing lesson we show you how to perform the salsa dance moves we call the ‘snapalicious‘. For more free salsa dance lessons and salsa dance videos, please visit our website: http://addicted2salsa.com/videos . You can also follow us on Facebook @ http://facebook.com/addicted2salsa or on YouTube http://youtube.com/addicted2salsa
Well, it has been a while since I had made a podcast, so I decided that while I am sitting here injured in my apartment, I should sit down and talk about things. I ended up going to a club weeks ago and hearing a song that I really liked. However, finding the song took a little longer than normal (yes, even for me). So, with that information in mind, I decided to share with you some of the techniques that I use to find the salsa song I'm looking for. I tried to make this salsa music episode a little more interactive, so we'll see how you like it. However, one note of caution – I was taking pain killers – which is never a good thing when you have me rambling on about salsa…
No! Your eyes don't deceive you – its another episode! Well, this is another episode I'm going to be listening to for a long time. At some point, we all may become biased on whether we like cha-cha or not. I remember when I first started dancing, I learned ballroom cha-cha, and thats why I ended up saying how I disliked it. But, after learning salsa really well, and actually going to the clubs and listening to the real un-ballroomized cha-cha music (guajira) – its a totally different experience.
Additionally, Cha-Cha can be used to help with your salsa dancing skills. In this episode, I outline a couple of suggestions that should help you use Cha-Cha music to your advantage in becoming a better salsa dancer, and a better dancer that can feel and understand the motions of music.
1. Que Rico Boogaloo – La 33
2. Catalina "La O" – Irazu
3. Besame Mama – Poncho Sanchez
4. Mi Negrita Me Espera – Gabino Pampini (org. Ismael Rivera)
5. Escucha El Ritmo – Spanish Harlem Orchestra
6. Adios, Adios – Salsa Celtica
Well, this episode has long been coming. One of the hardest things I ever went through in my salsa 'life' was to find the beat in the music. We all go through this problem, and with this part 1 (of a multiple part series) – I will try to do my best to help you practice on how to find the beat. I will play some songs, do some counting and hopefully give you some tips on how to train your ear to listen and feel the clave of the salsa music.
I did my best to sync the audio correctly to the track. So, don't be hatin. 🙂
Now, you might notice that when I'm slow in writing articles – its probably because I'm doing something else on the website (like making a podcast – remember, I do have a day job 🙂 ). Anyways, I'm pretty happy with this episode because I'm a big fan of listening to live music.
In this episode of Addicted2Salsa podcast, we take a look at some songs performed live during various events, and I'll give you some tips how to survive dances that are at live events (with a live band). This is because live songs tend to be much longer and different than the songs you practice with.
In this Episode, here is the song list:
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