Salsa > "Combinations" vs. "Dancing"

Discussion in 'Salsa' started by genEus, Sep 7, 2005.

  1. SalsaAmore

    SalsaAmore New Member

    A - No one should have to care if they don't want to. But, if it's about the newcomers, let's not confuse anyone into thinking dancing with no expression is cool and acting like a robot is advanced dancing and part of a "culture." Because that picture is not accurate, thus my reason for my point. :wink:
  2. africana

    africana New Member

    "truly advanced" "more advanced" "pattern advanced" who really cares :lol:
    as brujo pointed out "advanced" is subjective

    the most important thing IMO is that newcomers in a scene can watch dancers and see the heart of the salsa culture i.e. vibrancy, excitement, passion executed with technique that ensures that partners and other dancers around said "advanced" don't get hurt. And in watching these "advanced" dancers the newcomers get excited about learning how to dance, and find good role models for all aspects of dancing, including feeling free to express themselves, contributing more positive energy
  3. SalsaAmore

    SalsaAmore New Member

    Yes and let's not forget....'s all good :wink:
  4. africana

    africana New Member

    We're saying the same thing. You'd be surprised how many budding dancers imitate these mannerisms because they had expressionless role models, they bow to the need to fit in and be "cool" (yes just like high school :lol: )
  5. Ms_Sunlight

    Ms_Sunlight New Member

    Looking cool is like looking sexy: you try too hard, you just look like an idiot.
  6. tacad

    tacad New Member

    (Taking notes: Must look cool while dancing like a smiling robot.)
  7. genEus

    genEus New Member

  8. Sagitta

    Sagitta Well-Known Member

    Do not speak. Just do and be. :wink:
  9. tacad

    tacad New Member

    Huh? :?
  10. Medira

    Medira New Member

    *snerk* :lol: :lol: :lol:
  11. Josh

    Josh Active Member

    Deep man. Deep. :roll: :wink: :friend:
  12. latindia

    latindia New Member

    Note to self: Steal Tacad's notebook.

  13. tacad

    tacad New Member


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