The Learn to Salsa Dance DVD Series by SalsaCrazy Continues to Get Rave Reviews on Amazon.com

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People around the world are kicking up their heels and taking to the dance floors with ease by following Salsa Crazy’s sensational instructor Evan Margolin’s Learn to Salsa Dance DVDs.

Salsa Crazy’s Learn to Salsa Dance five-part DVD series, with lessons for beginners in volumes 1, 2, and 3 and lessons for intermediate dancers in separate volumes 1 and 2 are top picks among dance aficionados who want to quickly and effortlessly learn the beautiful art of salsa dancing.

These DVDs were born when Evan Margolin, founder and President of Salsa Crazy found himself traveling to dance clubs across the country in order to give salsa lessons. The demand for his one-on-one instruction was ever increasing and the best way he knew he could share his knowledge and expertise was through a media that people could access in their own homes.

Having been rated #1 on Amazon.com from its release and on until December of 2005, this DVD series continues to grow in popularity and demand.

What makes this collection such a hit is the fact that salsa dancing is made effortless and easy to follow. A fun and entertaining environ is created through the DVD lessons. The picture in picture technique of demonstration is conducive to better learning. The close-up of the steps confirms and attests to the fluency of movement in the whole video. Repetition of the key steps helps learners get the moves down pat. Also, most people are tickled pink about the pause and rewind feature with the DVDs that is something an actual class cannot provide. Positions, posture, and presentation for both the leader and the follower are emphasized so learners look professional, sexy, and hot while dancing.

Besides the actual dance steps, the DVDs are packed with bonuses, including an exploration of Salsa’s history as well as important Salsa etiquette and terms.

The DVD classes are modeled very closely according to the real ones at the San Francisco Dance Academy with the difference that the DVD allows dance practice 24 hours a day.

Created by Margolin who actually had once to be, in his own words, “dragged to the dance floor kicking and screaming,” this DVD series can bring out the dancer in anyone—even those who think they were born with two left feet. These DVDs have, according to customer’s testimonials, turned reluctant recluses into outgoing dancers. In fact, these DVDs are even more appealing to a majority of the populace, especially those who are shy and are afraid to set foot on the dance floor among large groups as in a class setting.

As Margolin mentioned when he was interviewed on TV, the benefits of getting the DVD collection go far beyond the immediate goal of learning to dance. A dancer’s health—physical, mental, and emotional—will improve. People are already raving about their weight loss successes, and the changes they notice in themselves—better balance, strength, coordination, and a willingness to participate in and enjoy social gatherings. The Learn to Salsa Dance DVD series is literally changing people’s lives for the better.

For additional information, please visit http://www.SalsaDanceDVD.com.

About SalsaCrazy

What was once just a passion for Evan Margolin has turned into a very popular dance school, DVD series, and web site fueling the worldwide salsa dance craze.

With a goal of helping beginner dancers learn the joy of salsa dancing, Margolin has created a suite of fantastic opportunities to get people out on the dance floor. DanceSF is the premiere salsa dance school in the San Francisco Bay area, which is staffed by internationally recognized salsa instructors. Learn to Salsa is a 3-set DVD collection with over six hours of dance instruction that’s guaranteed to turn any beginner into a dance aficionado in just minutes. See http://www.SalsaDanceDVD.com. And, http://www.SalsaCrazy.com is a one-stop online destination for comprehensive Bay area salsa events and nightlife information.

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