Salsa Dance formation with Partners moving through the middle and outwards while doing the Merengue and Salsa steps.
"I liked it when we were whirled or twirled around. At first I felt quite dizzy but then I learnt to focus on a specific spot on the wall after I was spun around, then I didn't feel dizzy," said Teavali.
Thereafter we did our awesome Samoan Sasa which the sasa tutors taught us last week. We tried hard to sync all our percussion moves so that they blended in nicely. We felt proud that we had worked hard to listen carefully to the beat of the drums and do all the clapping and slapping in unison.
We ended our Salsa dance by sitting on our partners left knee with wide stretched arms and we waved our hands out to greet our parents.
"Ula !" the girls screamed together.
Our parents were amazed and fully engaged in our performance from wow to go! They were surprised at the things that we were able to do in Salsa dancing. "My Mum said that she was so proud of the way we danced all by ourselves," reported Daina, the following day in class.