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  • Sore Feet

    Sore Feet

    Feet Sore Yet?
    THEY WILL BE!!!

    By Edie, The Salsa FREAK SPENCO Inserts... A Dancers DREAM!!!

    Throughout my years of dancing BLISS,
    I’ve experienced virtually every type of foot, knee and hip problem imaginable.

    Because dancing is not only my passion, but also my profession,
    I decided to get serious about taking care of the most important tool of my trade:

    MY FEET


    I’ve seen more dancers with shortened or ruined careers because they waited too long to take care of something that could have been prevented with quality shoe inserts they never knew about nor bothered to research. Most of their feet got so bad, they opted for surgery –completely putting them out of commission for months, if not years at a time. I started having various foot, knee and hip problems when I got infected with the Salsa Bug BAD in the beginning. Remember those days? How we couldn’t WAIT to get to the club, and would d...
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  • Preparing for a Congress - Luggage Checklist

    Preparing for a Congress - Luggage Checklist


    By Edie, The Salsa FREAK!!

    Preparing for that Big Event!
    Let's start a checklist TOGETHER (yes, I need help here!) to prepare you for your upcoming Dance Camp or Congress Weekend!

    The following list is EXACTLY what and how I pack in my suitcase for a World Salsa Congress every week:


    1. Paperwork and Carry-On Essentials
    Passport! Driver's License. Earplugs / eye mask (to sleep in plane and NOT BE BOTHERED), Ipod, Earphones, Laptop or DVD Player, good book (to read when they say put away your electronic equipment on board), Airline tickets, Itinerary, Wallet, small xip-lock bag of lotion, toothbrush, toothpaste, and perfume (not exceeding 3 oz each).

    2. Evening Dance Outfits An Evening Outfit for every night you will be dancing. I always roll them up NOT FOLD THEM. This eliminates the creases, and saves space. I usually put each ...
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  • Sore Feet
    ediester
    Feet Sore Yet?
    THEY WILL BE!!!

    By Edie, The Salsa FREAK SPENCO Inserts... A Dancers DREAM!!!

    Throughout my years of dancing BLISS,
    I’ve experienced virtually every type of foot, knee and hip problem imaginable.

    Because dancing is not only my passion, but also my profession,
    I decided to get serious about taking care of the most important tool of my trade:

    MY FEET


    I’ve seen more dancers with shortened or ruined careers because they waited too long to take care of something that could have been prevented with quality shoe inserts they never knew about nor bothered to research. Most of their feet got so bad, they opted for surgery –completely putting them out of commission for months, if not years at a time. I started having various foot, knee and hip problems when I got infected with the Salsa Bug BAD in the beginning. Remember those days? How we couldn’t WAIT to get to the club, and would d...
    06-04-2013, 10:43 AM
  • Preparing for a Congress - Luggage Checklist
    staffster

    By Edie, The Salsa FREAK!!

    Preparing for that Big Event!
    Let's start a checklist TOGETHER (yes, I need help here!) to prepare you for your upcoming Dance Camp or Congress Weekend!

    The following list is EXACTLY what and how I pack in my suitcase for a World Salsa Congress every week:


    1. Paperwork and Carry-On Essentials
    Passport! Driver's License. Earplugs / eye mask (to sleep in plane and NOT BE BOTHERED), Ipod, Earphones, Laptop or DVD Player, good book (to read when they say put away your electronic equipment on board), Airline tickets, Itinerary, Wallet, small xip-lock bag of lotion, toothbrush, toothpaste, and perfume (not exceeding 3 oz each).

    2. Evening Dance Outfits An Evening Outfit for every night you will be dancing. I always roll them up NOT FOLD THEM. This eliminates the creases, and saves space. I usually put each ...
    04-21-2011, 01:46 PM
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