Professional dance instructor Marlon Silva teaches beginners and experts alike with his step-by-step detailed instruction. His technique breaks all Salsa moves and combos down into building blocks, which are then assembled into more complicated moves that can be adapted to any music or club atmosphere. Rather than teaching by counting steps, Marlon's method has taught thousands of students around the country to dance in less time with greater ease. After the beginning dancers have become confident with their basic salsa moves, Marlon's Intermediate Lessons take them one step higher with new combinations and expert moves! He teaches new, advanced steps building from the beginning lessons, and illustrates new moves like the Cape, the Duck and the Tunnel, which stem from the previous spins and couple-dancing lessons. Stretching Techniques - Instructors Marlon Silva and Susie Neff will get you on the right track with stretching techniques for dancing. Prevent injury, increase flexibility, have fun and look great! Cape Combinations - Marlon and Susie demonstrate Cape Combinations for Marlon's unique style of Salsa. Movement in these combinations simulates the spinning of a cape around one partner's back, and involves a salsa lock where partners stand abreast and lock arms behind each others' necks. The combination ends with a flashy 360-degree spin. Intermediate Multiple Spinning Combinations - Learn The Duck and The Tunnel with style and grace that will light up the dance floor. Do you think you can keep up? The Vine - The Vine is an intricate mixture of combinations from previous Let's Dance Salsa episodes which involves twists, spins and rolls in Marlon's style. End your combination with more spice by leading, spinning, and using hand techniques. The Whip - Marlon Silva and Susie Neff demonstrate a dramatic technique for switching directions on the dance floor. The Tunnel - A technique called The Tunnel involves spinning, locking your partner in front of you, and switching hands over each others' heads to form a tunnel. These moves can be accompanied by a variety of endings involving spins, drills, cape combinations and ducking combinations. Merengue Pretzel - This unique combination combines skills learned in the Merengue lessons of Let's Dance Salsa - Beginning Lessons 2, as well as the cape combinations learned in Intermediate Lessons. Marlon and Susie demonstrate the spins, handwork and footwork of the Merengue Pretzel. Merengue Combinations - Learn more combinations for Merengue dancing! Marlon and Susie demonstrate Merengue combinations with plenty of ducks and spins, illustrated in both the classical European position and trendy Jumping Merengue style. Also included is how to signal your partner and which hand positions will prevent injury.