Be Careful Before You Buy!
Adina Cappell | 01/10/2009
(1 out of 5 stars)
"Honestly, I have never viewed this DVD, and have no idea if it's good or not. But considering that many people, like myself, shell out their money based on good Amazon reviews, the fact that practically all the reviews here have obvioiusly been written by the makers of the DVD, is very shameful. Most of the "reviewers" have only a few reviews- all only about other videos made by this company. The reviews all sound like they were written by the same person. Bottom line is: maybe this is a great video, but find this out independently, and not based on these reviews. I'm just going to buy a different salsa dvd."
A lesson in feeling
A. Jaffee | California | 06/23/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I was impressed with Learn to Salsa Dance Intermediates 1 and this one was just as impressive. Salsa Crazy came back in this DVD with still even more patterns and taught me how to do advanced versions of the Copa and the Pretzel and fun, sexy moves like the Hip circle, the Body Roll, the Hip catch, the Walk-around circle, and the Back spot turn. The other thing that was given instruction time on this DVD were tips for both the leader and follower on how to better feel the music and be in sync with one another. Learn to Salsa Dance gets an 11 out of 10 if you ask me."
New Tricks, Even For Experienced Salsa Dancers
Kerrigan | California | 06/16/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Though much of Learn to Dance Salsa Intermediates 2 is spent on patterns and advanced versions of some initially simple Salsa moves, you'll learn some new things--the hip circle, the body roll, the back spot turns, dips, and the neck wrap. As an added bonus, Salsa Crazy has some signature movements that you'll also learn.
All the whirling and twirling that goes on with this lesson makes it a blast for anyone who's an experienced Salsa dancer. I don't care how many lessons you've taken or how many years of experience you have, you're bound to learn something new or learn to do an old move in a new way."