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Words We Can Dance

Words We Can DanceWords We Can Dance

     Every human being comes into this world as a dancer. But only the passionate, the stubborn, the rebellious, the illuminated and the crazy remain dancers throughout their lives. These special people have dreams and aspirations. Most of them simply look for a way to join other people, to share, to create, to have an outlet for their love for movement.  Dancers speak to each other in movement, emotion and (more often than is commonly suspected), in words too. 

       In a career spanning over three decades, author Francisco De La Calleja’s dream has evolved from simply being able to point his toes to teaching dance. As an instructor and teacher trainer, his goal became to find words to express the spectrum of emotions that join all dancers and to make memorable the wisdom encountered in his dance journey.

    Words We Can Dance is also available in French (Paroles De Danse) and Spanish (Palabras Bailables), in paperback and e-book formats at, Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Indigo, Apple Books and most bookstores.


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She Dances Salsa... With Him!

She Dances Salsa... With Him!She Dances Salsa... With Him!

 The book that will revolutionize the way most people learn, teach and dance salsa is coming soon!

    Whether you are a beginner or advanced dancer, a leader or a follower, a veteran teacher or rookie instructor, or if you just dance for pleasure but need a better explanation of what you see and hear in dance class; this book is for you! Learn about some important and rather obvious facts that -incredibly- are seldom mentioned in dance classes, such as:
• You should never dance like your teacher.
• Every Salsa dancer has a perfect stop. (Yes, stop; not step!)
• Beginner lessons are important, especially the second one. 
• Intelligence is the reason why some students just don’t get it. 
• The New York ET On2 style is just another pattern. 
• The truth about rhythm and music: It’s not in your head, it is your head. 
• Good teachers don’t know everything, that is why they are good.
• Not everyone can (nor should) teach. 
• Salsa is easier than you think. 
• As a leader, you do not need to go through Beginner Hell. 
• As a follower, if you are not late... Then you are wrong! 
• The real meaning of leading and following and how it can improve the way you teach, learn and dance Salsa. (And a lot of other dances too!)

    She Dances Salsa... With Him!  will soon be released world-wide and will also be available in French and Spanish, in paperback and e-book formats at, most bookselling websites as well as through most libraries.

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