The Mambo dance originated in Cuba where there were substantial settlements of Haitians. In the back country of Haiti, the "Mambo" is a voodoo priestess, who serves the villagers as counselor, healer, exorcist, soothsayer, spiritual advisor, and organizer of public entertainment. However, there is not a folk dance in Haiti called the "Mambo
 One of the greatest contributions of the Mambo is that it led to the development of the Cha-Cha.
 Mambo has very close roots to Salsa and in fact there is a very little difference between Salsa and Mambo music. These free
online dance lessons will teach you the basic steps in several dances, but lessons from a dance studio or use of an instructional video will make it easier and much more fun.

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