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Nightclub owners sometimes just don't understand what their clientele want - especially when it comes to partner dancing, like Salsa, Swing, Tango and the like. Here, we bring an in-depth look as to why most nightclubs fail, and uncover startling reasons - directly from the dancers themselves - who no longer wish to spend their hard-earned money there.

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  • Sticky Dance Floors

    Sticky Dance Floors







    Edie,
    The other night we went out and I messed up my knee doing a high-speed spin on a sticky dance floor. This is not the first time I've experienced floors like this. Nightclub owners don't see the need to listen to their paying "dance partner" clientele. After I heal, do you have any recommendations for us? What to do?
    - Totally Pissed and In Pain
    Dear Totally Pissed and In Pain, Wow... that is just horrible. I can u...
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  • Slippery Dance Floors

    Slippery Dance Floors






    This Floor is Too Slippery!


    You step on the dance floor and... WHOOOSH! There you go! Gasping, mouth open, arms flying, semi-frantic, teetering back up, and up.... doing everything in your power to maintain and re-establish your balance... I show how both men and women how to gracefully get up after a fall in the most awesome way in my "Spins for Couples with Mimo DVD". I also teach how to recover from a fall in my Spins workshops as well!...
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  • Growing Salsa

    Growing Salsa



    Edie, I need your help. I live here in central Texas and even though I do value the Latin influence of Tex-Mex, I find it difficult if not impossible to find a descent place to Salsa without having to drive 100 miles . Is there anything you might suggest to stay "active" in Salsa dancing? Even though I appreciate where I live and the Tex-Mex influence here, I find it very difficult to find a place to Salsa around here. One of my friends and I have wound up going to Tex-Mex bars with o...
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  • What Dancers Look for in a Club

    What Dancers Look for in a Club



    Dear Nightclub Owners...
    The following are some very important tips from dancers if you want your club to succeed:


    Your Attitude... The more clubs I visit all over the country, the more I’m beginning to realize how the club’s owners and promoter’s personalities show through in the ambiance of the clubs themselves. When a club promoter is unfriendly, stressed out, or uncaring, it reflects in the atmosphere of the club. When the promoter is s...
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  • Club Owners... LISTEN to Your Clientele!

    Club Owners... LISTEN to Your Clientele!



    Keep Them COMING!!! Related Article: "What Dancers Look for in a Club"

    - By Edie, The Salsa FREAK

    It was Incredible. I was in [city] last week, having a ball teaching and working with some eager students at what was a beautiful little nightclub. It had a fantastic wooden floor, great lighting, clean restrooms, and excellent ventilation. I was curious as to why there weren't many Salseros there. In fact, w...
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  • Sticky Dance Floors
    by ediester






    Edie,
    The other night we went out and I messed up my knee doing a high-speed spin on a sticky dance floor. This is not the first time I've experienced floors like this. Nightclub owners don't see the need to listen to their paying "dance partner" clientele. After I heal, do you have any recommendations for us? What to do?
    - Totally Pissed and In Pain
    Dear Totally Pissed and In Pain, Wow... that is just horrible. I can u...
    11-19-2012, 12:57 PM
  • Slippery Dance Floors
    by ediester





    This Floor is Too Slippery!


    You step on the dance floor and... WHOOOSH! There you go! Gasping, mouth open, arms flying, semi-frantic, teetering back up, and up.... doing everything in your power to maintain and re-establish your balance... I show how both men and women how to gracefully get up after a fall in the most awesome way in my "Spins for Couples with Mimo DVD". I also teach how to recover from a fall in my Spins workshops as well!...
    11-19-2012, 12:02 AM
  • Growing Salsa
    by ediester


    Edie, I need your help. I live here in central Texas and even though I do value the Latin influence of Tex-Mex, I find it difficult if not impossible to find a descent place to Salsa without having to drive 100 miles . Is there anything you might suggest to stay "active" in Salsa dancing? Even though I appreciate where I live and the Tex-Mex influence here, I find it very difficult to find a place to Salsa around here. One of my friends and I have wound up going to Tex-Mex bars with o...
    11-14-2012, 10:54 PM
  • What Dancers Look for in a Club
    by ediester


    Dear Nightclub Owners...
    The following are some very important tips from dancers if you want your club to succeed:


    Your Attitude... The more clubs I visit all over the country, the more I’m beginning to realize how the club’s owners and promoter’s personalities show through in the ambiance of the clubs themselves. When a club promoter is unfriendly, stressed out, or uncaring, it reflects in the atmosphere of the club. When the promoter is s...
    11-14-2012, 09:42 PM
  • Club Owners... LISTEN to Your Clientele!
    by ediester


    Keep Them COMING!!! Related Article: "What Dancers Look for in a Club"

    - By Edie, The Salsa FREAK

    It was Incredible. I was in [city] last week, having a ball teaching and working with some eager students at what was a beautiful little nightclub. It had a fantastic wooden floor, great lighting, clean restrooms, and excellent ventilation. I was curious as to why there weren't many Salseros there. In fact, w...
    11-14-2012, 09:22 PM
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