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  • Full-Figured Salseras

    Full-Figured Salseras


    Dear Edie,
    I love your website. I am an African American woman that accidentally fell in love with Salsa music and Spanish culture in general. I have spent the entire morning browsing through you site. I have two questions that I would like for you to address.
    1) I have been a tomboy for the majority of my life and walking on heels has not been easy nor pleasant. Is there a rule that says you can't Salsa in flats?????? I look graceful and elegant, but I am secure that I
    ...
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  • Intimidating Latinas

    Intimidating Latinas



    "Dear Edie,
    I am intimidated by Latina women. I am just a white girl going to the Latin clubs in [city], and I feel like (sometimes) the Latina women are thinking "who does that girl think she is?!"
    - Intimidated"
    Dear Intimidated, This is just in your head. Number one, you don’t have any IDEA what they’re thinking, and number two, who really cares? Stop watching them, and focus on improving YOURSELF. If you cared about what every person thought of you, y...
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  • Do Whatever It Takes

    Do Whatever It Takes

    Dear Salsa Freak, I have just started private Salsa lessons. The challenge I am having is that my wife is now quite an accomplished dancer. The truth is that I just took two classes with her when she started about two years ago, she begged me to go, but because I didn't like "Salsa" at the time, I quit, and told her never to invite me to a club, because I didn't like the "scene". Well, now I never see her anymore, we're having problems, and I thought I may need to start taking a few Salsa lesso...
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  • Who Leads?

    Who Leads?

    "Dear Edie, I read your "What its like to compete and have a partner ..." column. Good stuff, but it was written mostly for women. I have an big issue with my dance partner, and I was wondering if you could give me your perspective. She recently moved here from [another country]. I think she is the most talented Latin dancer in the whole [city]. She's a real natural. I have a zillion moves that we practice and use together. She also teaches me some really good moves. She keeps insisting that ...
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  • I Need More Moves!

    I Need More Moves!



    "Dear Edie, I love Salsa and I love dancing it. The only problem is that I can't do a lot of moves. I know how to dance it a little bit and I look all right but I want to get better . I always watch other people dancing and I want to learn more moves but I don't know how. I do all the same moves all the time. I have a partner that I kind of learned a lot with . We dance together all the time and we practice other moves that other people do. I would like to be a professional Salsa dancer
    ...
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  • World's First Live-Stream "It Factor" Styling Webinar!

    World's First Live-Stream "It Factor" Styling Webinar!



    Zouk "It Factor" Workshop

    What is the "It Factor?" (click)


    in Brisbane, Australia, with "Edie" inside her laptop (mid-center of photo) simultaneously teaching from Colorado

    James Quinn-Hawtin, also known as "The Little Gringo" Zouk Instructor from Brisbane Australia hosted the World First "It Factor" Styling Webinar for Women on November 11, 2012!!
    Not only is James an excellent dancer, but I was quite impressed with...
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  • Sex Appeal

    Sex Appeal



    Ladies, Let's Start a Revolution!
    by Edie, The Salsa FREAK After giving a small women's styling workshop to a group of four women in Mountainview, CA, I've come to realize that knowing how to walk, sit, stand, and dance "sensually" is not something most of us were born with. If we've never had ballet training growing up, and unless we have role models, we basically fumble around out there on the dancefloor and "try" to look good, with very little luck. It's not until we've s...
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  • Is Ladies Styling a Sin?

    Is Ladies Styling a Sin?



    The Controversy of Ladies Styling Classes taught by a Born-Again Christian, Edie, The Salsa FREAK:

    "Edie, how can you teach Sexy Ladies Styling if you're a Christian???"


    I often tell my fellow Christian sisters about the beautiful story of Esther in the Bible. If my religious sisters have a problem with looking attractive, or learning female styling techniques to make them look more attractive on the dance floor, I am here to remind them that -...
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  • Daddy, They Must Be Whores!!

    Daddy, They Must Be *****s!!



    London, England "Look Daddy... They must be *****s!"

    By Edie, The Salsa FREAK
    Luis Saint Clare showed us a fabulous time in London. It was his first International event that was geared toward bringing in top instructors from around the country and the world. Workshops, performances and awards were given. This was my second visit to London, and coming to London this time, was definitely a much more pleasant experience than what I had experienced with Team Salsaw...
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  • The "It" Factor...

    The "It" Factor...






    The "It" Factor... The It Factor, the it factor, feminine it factor

    Read about the World's VERY FIRST inter-continental "Live Stream" of the Feminine "It Factor" workshop to the women of Brisbane, Australia!! Click Here!!
    ________________________________________________________________

    This was sent to me from a female student who wished to remain anonymous.
    - Edie
    "I took Edie's woman's styling class last year and
    ...
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  • Full-Figured Salseras
    by ediester

    Dear Edie,
    I love your website. I am an African American woman that accidentally fell in love with Salsa music and Spanish culture in general. I have spent the entire morning browsing through you site. I have two questions that I would like for you to address.
    1) I have been a tomboy for the majority of my life and walking on heels has not been easy nor pleasant. Is there a rule that says you can't Salsa in flats?????? I look graceful and elegant, but I am secure that I
    ...
    11-13-2012, 11:06 PM
  • Intimidating Latinas
    by ediester


    "Dear Edie,
    I am intimidated by Latina women. I am just a white girl going to the Latin clubs in [city], and I feel like (sometimes) the Latina women are thinking "who does that girl think she is?!"
    - Intimidated"
    Dear Intimidated, This is just in your head. Number one, you don’t have any IDEA what they’re thinking, and number two, who really cares? Stop watching them, and focus on improving YOURSELF. If you cared about what every person thought of you, y...
    11-13-2012, 04:32 PM
  • Do Whatever It Takes
    by ediester
    Dear Salsa Freak, I have just started private Salsa lessons. The challenge I am having is that my wife is now quite an accomplished dancer. The truth is that I just took two classes with her when she started about two years ago, she begged me to go, but because I didn't like "Salsa" at the time, I quit, and told her never to invite me to a club, because I didn't like the "scene". Well, now I never see her anymore, we're having problems, and I thought I may need to start taking a few Salsa lesso...
    11-13-2012, 11:06 AM
  • Who Leads?
    by ediester
    "Dear Edie, I read your "What its like to compete and have a partner ..." column. Good stuff, but it was written mostly for women. I have an big issue with my dance partner, and I was wondering if you could give me your perspective. She recently moved here from [another country]. I think she is the most talented Latin dancer in the whole [city]. She's a real natural. I have a zillion moves that we practice and use together. She also teaches me some really good moves. She keeps insisting that ...
    11-12-2012, 10:45 PM
  • I Need More Moves!
    by ediester


    "Dear Edie, I love Salsa and I love dancing it. The only problem is that I can't do a lot of moves. I know how to dance it a little bit and I look all right but I want to get better . I always watch other people dancing and I want to learn more moves but I don't know how. I do all the same moves all the time. I have a partner that I kind of learned a lot with . We dance together all the time and we practice other moves that other people do. I would like to be a professional Salsa dancer
    ...
    11-12-2012, 06:22 PM
  • World's First Live-Stream "It Factor" Styling Webinar!
    by ediester


    Zouk "It Factor" Workshop

    What is the "It Factor?" (click)


    in Brisbane, Australia, with "Edie" inside her laptop (mid-center of photo) simultaneously teaching from Colorado

    James Quinn-Hawtin, also known as "The Little Gringo" Zouk Instructor from Brisbane Australia hosted the World First "It Factor" Styling Webinar for Women on November 11, 2012!!
    Not only is James an excellent dancer, but I was quite impressed with...
    11-11-2012, 10:52 PM
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