When it comes back to throwback jams from the early 2000s few songs are better than Angie Martinez’s If I Could Go, featuring Sicario and Lil Mo.
People often assume that in order to enjoy dancing salsa they must be able to understand the salsa songs. This is only partly true.
A year is both a short and a long time. In the salsa dancing world, for a dancer, it is but the blink of an eye while on the organisational end of things time seems to stretch on.
There is only one sincere way in which to end February, the month of love: with a salsa party.
2016 is going to be a good year. With Salsa Windhoek returning to action the first party of the year promises to be a much awaited coming together of new and old salsa dancers at Namibia’s only full-time salsa club.
2016 is shaping up to be another exciting and challenging year full of fresh undertakings. If resolutions and bucket lists are your kind of thing then learning how to dance salsa should definitely be high on your year’s to-do list.
At Salsa Windhoek’s parties and classes, whether students come with their husbands and wives, girlfriends or boyfriends, or even close friends or work colleagues, we let them have at least one dance with their partner of choice and then we separate them.
Smiles and laughter; graceful, twirling dancers, switching hands, sliding into cross-body leads, and executing perfect shines; conversations shared between old friends and new acquaintances; and lively salsa music suffusing the warm, Windhoek night air—this is what greets party-goers when tRead more
The arrival of spring in the city can only be celebrated in one way: with a salsa party to shake off the winter blues and prepare of the upcoming social dancing season.
On the Eternal Dance Floor, a serene, glowing disc in the centre of the universe, created by the the Great Voice, the salsa party never ends. It is here on the Eternal Dance Floor that the Dance of Life takes place. The music is always playing, sometimes loudly, sometimes softly.