Afro-Cuban Dancing for Beginners : Choosing Attire for Afro-Cuban Dancing

Afro-Cuban Dancing for Beginners : Choosing Attire for Afro-Cuban Dancing


On behalf of expertvillage.com, my name is
Alex Ruiz from Miami Beach, Florida with Salsa Mia dance studio, and today we’re going
to teach you Afro-Cuban music. Now, let’s talk about what you wear anytime you see anyone
dancing any type of drums or African drums. The big majority of the people always use
something loose, very light. It’s usually going to be light color. The reason why you
wear a while colors is because a lot of people in Africa, South-central America, the Caribbean,
they also use is a Santeria. Santeria is pretty much some type of witchcraft, but this one’s
a good one. That’s why people dress in white. A lot of people believe by dressing in white
they also bring good spirits. Women usually dress the same color as the men or they’ll
wear a long skirt. So any time they move you can see more movements in their hips.

One Reply to “Afro-Cuban Dancing for Beginners : Choosing Attire for Afro-Cuban Dancing”

  1. bro, you dont have the look of a rumbero, the feel of a rumbero, the attire of a rumbero and certainly dont dance like one. I understand what guys like you did to the Cuban Son and casino dancing making it into the salsa you call it now…but please, respect rumba, guaguanco, columbia, yoruba, palo and the other cuban dances…. dont make the same mistake… history will not forgive you twice..

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