Calling all salsa dancers in Knoxville, Tennessee! Come join us for a fun-filled day of learning how to style your Salsa and Bachata Lady Styling workshop!

Salsa & Bachata Ladies Styling Workshop

This workshop is open to all levels, from beginner to advanced.
In this workshop, Geri Love from "Caliente Dance Company" from Phoenix Arizona will be covering basic styling techniques-including body movement, positioning, and timing that every lady Salsa and Bachata dancer should know, as well as some more advanced moves for those who want to take their dancing to the next level. 
Basic Lady Styling Techniques
One of the most important things to remember when salsa dancing is to always keep your body moving with the flow of the music.

This means that you should be constantly moving your hips, chest, shoulders, arms, wrists, and fingers, even when you are not doing any fancy footwork, while always keeping the music in mind.

You can use your arms to accentuate your hip or foot movements, or you can do different patterns with them.There are endless possibilities! Just make sure that your arms always look graceful and fluid.

Remember, Salsa and Bachata Ladies Styling really means having control of all your individual body parts and being able to move them to the music with ease and a sense of confidence, not only with a partner but also while dancing alone! 
Intermediate Lady Styling Techniques
Once you have mastered the basic styling techniques, it's time to start learning some more complex moves.

One of the most common intermediate salsa moves is the shimmy. To do this move, simply shake your shoulders up and down (or side to side) in a smooth and controlled manner. 

Another popular intermediate move is 'body rolls'. To do this move, start by standing with your feet together and your knees slightly bent.

Then, gradually roll from side to side across your body using the movement of your hips.

This move looks really cool, but it takes a lot of practice to get right!
Advanced Lady Styling Techniques
Once you have mastered the basics, you can start experimenting with more advanced styling techniques.

For example, you can try doing head rolls, spins, or dips.  Spinning is a great way to add some excitement to your dancing, and it also gives you a chance to show off your fancy footwork!

Dips are another great way to add some flair to your dancing. They are also a lot of fun, and they will definitely impress your friends and family!
Conclusion:
So if you are anything like I was as a beginner, you have started to learn Salsa or Bachata but have so many questions like:

1) What do I do with my arms?
2) How do I look graceful with my body while dancing?
3) How can I feel the music and move my body in a way that looks natural and elegant on the dance floor? 

Well...if you are asking any of the above questions, this workshop is for you! Come see why our students trust and use these lady styling techniques to gain confidence on and off the dance floor!

-Jacqui Solano
-Geri Love 

Frequently Asked Questions
1. What is Salsa Ladies Styling?

Salsa Ladies Styling is a workshop that teaches basic and advanced styling techniques to salsa dancers of all levels. The focus is on using your body and your arms in a graceful, fluid manner while dancing.

2. Who is this workshop suitable for?

The Salsa Ladies Styling Workshop is open to all levels of dancers, from beginners to advanced levels. Whether you are just starting out or looking to take your dancing to the next level, this workshop will have something for you!

3. What should I bring to the workshop?

We recommend that you wear comfortable clothes that allow you to move freely, as well as some comfortable shoes that are designed for dancing. You may also want to bring a water bottle, a notebook and pen for taking notes, and any other accessories that you would like to use during the workshop.

4. What are the benefits of taking a Salsa Ladies Styling workshop?

There are many benefits to taking a Salsa Ladies Styling workshop, including increased confidence and styling skills, as well as the opportunity to meet new people and have fun.

Whether you are looking to improve your dancing or just looking for a way to have some fun, this workshop is perfect for you!

5. How can I improve my Salsa Ladies Styling technique?

The best way to improve your styling skills is to practice regularly and attend workshops or training sessions that focus on these techniques.

You can also work with a dance coach or instructor who can provide feedback and help you refine your technique.

Additionally, watching videos of other salsa dancers can be helpful for learning new moves and getting inspiration for your own dancing.

6. What is the difference between Salsa On1 and Salsa On2?

Salsa On1 is a style of salsa dancing that focuses on moving quickly and staying in the rhythm. It also emphasizes fancy footwork, intricate turns, and complex maneuvers.

Salsa On2 is a style of salsa dancing that focuses more on body movement, with less emphasis on fast footwork and tricky turns. This style is often characterized by slower, more grounded movements and the use of body rolls and dips.

Ultimately, which style you prefer depends on your personal preferences and what kind of dancing feels most natural to you. Whichever style you choose, there are endless opportunities for learning, practicing, and having fun!

7. What should I wear to a Salsa workshop?

There is no one "right" answer when it comes to choosing your outfit for a salsa workshop. However, it is generally recommended that you wear comfortable clothes and shoes that allow you to move freely and express yourself during your dancing.

Some dancers may prefer wearing tighter, more fitted clothing, while others may prefer loose-fitting clothes or accessories that add flair and personality to their dancing. Ultimately, the choice is yours! Just make sure you are comfortable and ready to have fun.

Looking for a fun and exciting way to improve your salsa dancing skills? Look no further than the Salsa Ladies Styling Workshop! This workshop provides dancers of all levels with an opportunity to learn new moves, practice their technique, and connect with other salsa lovers. So what are you waiting for? Sign up today and start dancing!​

8. How can I contact the organizers of the Salsa Ladies Styling workshop?

If you have any questions or comments about the Salsa Ladies Styling workshop, you can get in touch with the organizers by calling them at 865-455-3658 or sending them an email at waldo@waldosolano.com.

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