I went to another salsa club last Thursday. This time in LA (not the local place from a couple of weeks ago). A beginning class was taught by Alex DaSilva. He taught a few sexy moves. Like moving her hand toward her head than carresing her hair. Or standing in front of her with her hands on my chest and sliding down to my waist. Or me standing behind her, raising her hands above her head and bringing them down to her shoulders, then reaching around her stomach (still behind her) and spinning her out. Then I think of a couple of salseros I know (Carl is one of them, tsb) who are really good. They don't seem to do these types of moves but are very good and interesting to watch. They work with the steps and styling but no chest touching by the girls, no hair carressing for the guys. They look more like Sabor in that dancing video. I guess I'm asking if moves such as I described above are the norm? Is DaSilva possibly just using these sexy moves to get us hooked on salsa? Do these moves lead to africana's statement in another thread that salsero equals player? (I have to admit the experience was fairly stimulating. This time I was prepared, though, and was a perfect gentleman. But brrr! And with time the effect will be less, of course.) Do 'real dancers' do these moves? You know. The guys who are really there to dance. Do they do these moves? So any comments?