The Hammerlock Inside Turn Salsa Pattern is simply just a combination of the Hammerlock that ends with an Inside Turn. A fun and easy pattern to do with your partner on the dance floor!
The Hammerlock Drape introduces a new Salsa Pattern, known as the Hammerlock, which will be a very common movement used moving forward.
And its a wrap…. the Copa Wrap! This fun and engaging Salsa Pattern brings just the right level of style to make you shine on the dance floor!
The Copa Inside Turn introduces a new Salsa Pattern, known as the Copa, which is a fun new movement that really adds some flair to your dancing!
Let’s start putting those Inside Turn steps to work with the Shoulder Inside Turn Salsa Pattern. The feet will essentially resemble the Inside Turn with the main difference being the lead occurs from the shoulders.
What goes in must now go out! The Outside Turn Salsa Pattern again reinforces the dynamic movements of the turns!
Let’s get ready to turn! The Inside Turn Salsa Pattern will start introducing the concept of dynamic movements with turns into our repertoire.
Prepare to get sneaky with the Back Break Fake Out! This Salsa Pattern also relies on leading your partner through their Right Turn Step.
The Back Break Reverse 360 introduces a new Salsa Pattern, known as the Back Break or Open Break, which will lead into many fun and unique pattern variations.
In order to properly lead the Cross Body Hook Step Salsa Pattern, the Leads must be comfortable with properly executing the Cross Body Lead first.