When I dance with somebody who is very new to Salsa, doesn't even know the basic footwork. What I've been doing is to begin with few bars of basic only (B). Then do UAT every 3-6 basics. Then do CBL every 3-6 basics. Then single or double turn right-side-pass (RSP). Then should catch (SC). So it looks something like: Bx10 UAT Bx3 : repeat 3-5 times CBL Bx3 : repeat 3-5 times RSP Bx3 : repeat 3-5 times SC Bx3 : repeat 3-5 times then mix all the moves with ample basics in between. Is this the best strategy (in concept) for breaking in somebody completely new. I realize that every case is unique, but in general, is it better to repeat each move few times, or should I start mixing different patterns as I add them. E.g. (with plenty of basics in between): UAT UAT UAT CBL UAT CBL UAT RSP CBL UAT CBL RSP UAT CS CBL RSP CBL CS UAT etc. I don't have a problem with the way I'm doing it now, just thought I'd ask for ideas and suggestions.