Etiquette - very informative
Dancing is a very active and at times intimate social activity. As with other social situations there is an etiquette that you need to be aware of to make sure everybody has fun. So here are some guidelines on salsa etiquette that applies both in classes and in social dance situations. Personal Hygiene As salsa is a close partner dance, it is very important that you are clean and smell nice before you go dancing. Nobody appreciates dancing with a partner who is dirty or smells. This means: showering, either in the morning or before dancing, whichever is more appropriate to you. brushing your teeth before going out dancing and bringing gum/mints to keep you minty fresh. It’s also a good idea to avoid eating strong smelling foods like onions and garlic on the day of dancing. using deodorant/perfume/cologne. But don’t overdo it, light smells are better. bringing clean clothes...