• Termini - sezona 2018/2019
  • Salsa nova početna

    utorak 20h

    petak 20h

    1
    Salsa srednji 1

    Ponedeljak 19:00

    Sreda 19:00

    B
    Salsa srednji 2

    sreda 18h

    petak 19h

    1
    Salsa viši nivo

    Ponedeljak 20h

    Sreda 20h

    A
    Kizomba

    četvrtak 19h

    A
    Bachata

    četvrtak 20h

    B
    Caribbean mix

    četvrtak 21h

    2
    Salsa privatni čas

    po dogovoru

    a

Novosti

  • KURS LOS ANGELES SALSA STYLE 23.01.2017

  • Za sve plesače salse koji žele da nauče stil koji je trenutno najpopularniji svetu.
    LOS ANGELES SALSA STYLE

    TERMINI PETKOM od 19h

    Neophodno je da imate barem osnove poznavanja bilo kog stila salse da bi ste mogli da se priklučite ovom programu.
    Broj mesta je ograničen.
    prijave na primera.salsa@gmail.com
    ili na 0606066996
    www.salsaprimera.com

    The Los Angeles dance style (LA style) is danced strictly on 1, in a slot line, using elements of various North American and stage dances. It is strongly influenced by the Latin HustleSwingArgentine Tango and Latin Ballroom dancing styles.

     LA style places strong emphasis on sensuousness, theatricality and acrobatics. The lifts, stunts and aerial works of today's salsa shows are derived mostly from LA style forms with origins in Latin Ballroom and Ballet lifts.

    The two essential elements of this dance are the forward–backward basic step and the cross-body lead. In this pattern, the leader steps forward on 1, steps to the right on 2-3 while turning 90 degrees counter-clockwise (facing to the left), leaving the slot open. The follower then steps straight forward on 5-6 and turns on 7-8, while the leader makes another 90 degrees counter-clockwise and slightly forward, coming back into the slot. After these 8 counts, the leader and follower have exchanged their positions.

    Albert Torres, Laura Canellias, Joe Cassini, Francisco and Luis Vazquez, and Rogelio Moreno are credited for the early development and growth of LA Style. Later, such dancers as Alex Da Silva, Edie Lewis, Joby Martinez, Josie Neglia, Katia Vaz, Johnny and Janette Valenzuela are often credited with developing the LA style of dancing as we know it today.