More Salsa Nights

Posted on February 5th, 2007 by by Dany J

Another salsa night.

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Salsa Nights

Posted on January 25th, 2007 by by Dany J

Drinks. Salsa. Live music. What else could you wish for at NT?

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Happy New Year !!!

Posted on December 28th, 2006 by by Dany J

Happy New Year
Enjoy a happy and safe New Year! Classes resume on Wednesday, January 3th 2007. See you next year!

Key Ingredients to Smooth Salsa Spins

Posted on December 27th, 2006 by by Dany J

Lately, we have been discussing multiple turns during class. I found a little article with a few pointers.

  1. Make sure to prep (be warned to spin a whole lot)
  2. Keep your legs closed, and slightly bend your knees
  3. Make sure your arm looks like this–} L facing your partner
  4. Keep your stomach tight and butt tight (You can squeeze a penny if you do it right)
  5. Never take your eyes off him: SPOT!!!!

The whole article was written by Erika Briones and can found in addicted2salsa.com (Thanks for the tip, Randy)

What makes salsa dancing so great for the ladies? Is it the beautiful styling which includes beautiful arms, isolations, and body rolls? Yes, styling is fun to do but Read the rest of this entry »

RUTGERS FOOTBALL – Stepping Up

Posted on December 22nd, 2006 by by Dany J

Who knew that the 1 2 3… 5 6 7… actually helps in football?

– Dany J –

Home News Tribune Online 12/21/06

By PAUL FRANKLIN
STAFF WRITER
paulf@thnt.com

http://www.thnt.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20061221/SPORTS0201/612210329/1002
PISCATAWAY — Joe Radigan’s punting really stepped up this season and the major reason may literally be steps.

The steps have nothing to do with approaching the ball. These steps are dancing steps. Salsa steps.

Radigan

It may be more than coincidence that Radigan’s senior year coincides with his status as president of the Rutgers Salsa Club.

Following Rutgers football practice yesterday evening on the grass fields, Radigan’s dancing authenticity was highly questioned. He glanced over at senior Brian Leonard Read the rest of this entry »