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Chi tomorrow Tuesday is my beautiful wife’s birthday. Without you man I would not have chased her a second time and this time bud I’m not letting go may24th we are getting married so thank you so much for giving me the confidence I needed to follow my heart I owe it to you man thank you a million times over.
African Jet “Tarek & Debbie”- their moves are awesome and I’m rewatching this video until I can figure out some of his Salsa Patterns!
One of the most powerful techniques in dance seduction is having the ability and control to move SLOWLY. “Slow is Sexy” because it builds anticipation with your partner and it acts like a time warp where you can really experience and be present in the moment.
I teach my students ways to
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Often time being successful and attracting women on the dance floor has nothing to do with how well you dance, but just how you present yourself and the way you make the woman feel (Secure, sexy, desired, happy).
I’m going to film my most memorable and amazing material this year for you all!
Share How to Kiss a Girl While Dancing! Alot of guys are timid about touching girls and have no idea how to escalate and create intimacy with women while dancing. I have many different techniques for Kiss closing but here’s one that works really well. 1. Establish chemistry with girl by dancing with her.. you […]
I gave her my number that Tuesday night, she texted me the next day and we chatted back and forth and set up a date for Saturday. Saturday we went out to Armani Club, had a few drinks and danced a bit, then went back to my hotel and ended up having a great night. Talked some more during the week and saw her again the next week before I left to return stateside.
What I noticed works best for me, and when I see the biggest improvements in whatever I’m doing (Dancing, Martial Arts, working out) is if I have inspiration and competition. Whenever I feel like I’m the best at something I become very complacent. However when I see say an amazing dancer in dance class, or on my dance company, I get inspired to improve.
Don’t look at someone’s amazing talent or skill and say “I’ll never be able to be like that”. Instead say, “I want to be as good as him/her”, and know that with work you will make more amazing progress than you would ever imagine.