The Syncopated Borracho Salsa Step is meant to resemble the movement of a long weekend of partying. If you’ve been to a Salsa Afterparty then you know what we’re talking about!
The Syncopated Front Step introduces the Syncopated Salsa Step, which is quick and challenging. Push yourself to keep the timing and you will reap the benefits soon enough!
The Toe Heel Cha Cha Chá Salsa Step is exactly as the name implies. First the toe, then the heel, and finally the Cha Cha Chá!
The Kick Ball Change will be one of the most challenging yet rewarding Salsa Steps you will learn! Pay attention because this one will be used quite often moving forward!
The Diamond Salsa Step, also known as the Cuban Salsa Step, will have you gettin’ down and funky in no time!
The Son Salsa Step will have you moving from side-to-side with flair and style!
The Full Flare Salsa Step will have you bringing back that Flare and shimmying those shoulders with a purpose!
The Heel Toe Crossover Salsa Step is as the name implies but that doesn’t make it any easier! You’ll have to push yourself to keep up with the timing!
The Heel Twist Front Tap Salsa Step will be full of lots of heels and lots of twists!
Relive a little bit of Susie Q with the Crossover Susie Q Salsa Step! This one is fast and requires you to step on every count!