The best way to do this is when You’re facing the person you want to dance with. Say, “would You like to dance?”, “Can we dance?”I’d like to dance with You.” Don’t grab from behind and pull someone off the chair. Don’t whine, “You still haven’t danced with me.”
6 simple tips to help you avoid being an outcast on the dance floor
2. Accept rejection
We all have moments when we want to refuse an invitation. Maybe we’re tired, or we don’t like the song, or we don’t dance this dance, or we want to go to the bathroom, or we plan to make a phone call. Continue reading
Today I would like to try to write a psychological portrait of a typical (?) Guy practicing salsa for a while. More precisely, not even a portrait, but a rough sketch, since the writer from me is useless. I will also try to answer a question that maybe interests non-dancing women (are there any?): What is it like to meet a guy who salsa dances.
A guy dancing salsa. He is not like everyone else. It can even be called a kind of unique. He is not afraid of mistakes and perceives this as an integral process of learning. Many people outside the dance floor consider him a slob for his not-so-serious life mood. Continue reading