Luckily for salsa virgins and vets alike, Natalie had a stick-to-itiveness that I seem to lack in the salsa arena. She even took it a step further by applying her extensive background in PR to the salsa moves she picked up from classes taken at a Brooklyn studio to launch a website in the summer of 2010. Salseek.com contains information on schools (Natalie even offers to give personal recommendations if you contact her with your location and budget), classes and events in major cities like New York and Miami; photography by Chasi Annexy; interviews with salsa scenesters thanks to Tony Austin and crew of En La Escena TV; contributions from Rafael Herrera, a documentary filmmaker; and the upcoming comical column “The Salsa Chronicles” where Jayne Cooperman will share her moments of prevailation and pit-falling as she turns salsera.
Salseek(.com) and you shall find a group of passionate salsa supporters dedicated to helping others interested in the dance form and culture (professionals and nervous newbies) move effortlessly on the salsa dancefloor.
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