Definition of Salsa Dance?

Answer The salsa is a Latin dance of Cuban origin. It has spread to encompass many other types of dance, but was initially a blend of African and European styles. Salsa was quick to become popular in Eur... Read More »

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What is the difference between Latin dance& salsa dance?

Latin dance is an umbrella term that refers to a wide range of partner dances that originated in Latin America and Cuba. Salsa dance originated in Cuba and Puerto Rico and is one of the more popula... Read More »

How to Dance Salsa?

The Salsa is a lively, fiery and enjoyable dance that is really easy to get the basics of. In essence, Salsa is no more than a front and back step with your partner with a sway to it . It's largely... Read More »

What is salsa dance?

Salsa is a dancing style with a cycle of six steps (or dance moves) for each eight counts of music, leaving three changes for each measure containing four beats. Depending on the style of salsa, th... Read More »

Where did the dance of salsa originate?

The salsa dance originated in the Caribbean. The creation of salsa is mostly attributed to the islands of Cuba and Puerto Rico. Salsa is a music form and a partner dance style based on African rhyt... Read More »