Hi guys, I have just joined a LA salsa class. The thing is that I have previously learned the Cuban salsa, but I started to get interested in salsa and went to search more about LA and Cuban. But I could not find out the same Cuban style that I learnt. The normal timing that I use for the Cuban is ‘tap 2 3 4’ whereas for the LA I go with the ‘1 2 3 5 6 7’. I wanted to know is there any particular syllabus in salsa (kinda like how we have in latin dancing) or do instructors add in their own steps for the salsa that they teach? (so maybe my instructor adds in his own varities for the Cuban and also now for the LA). Is this the reason that I cant find the same Cuban steps I have learnt online (neither in articles, nor in youtube videos) Also I would love if someone could explain what is the difference between the two salsas? Im referring to the timing and steps that we do (as in how do we count it). I already read about the history of both online but those don’t really tell me what the difference in the basic steps of both types of salsas is.