Besides the very obvious no-no's of Yambu that are within Guaguanco like the vacunao, the speed, and repeated opening/closing of the male dancer's legs, are the moves of Guaguanco pretty interchangeable with Yambu? Everyone does Guaguanco group lessons down here, and no one does Yambu. I mean the private Yambu lessons are great for really learning 'quality' movement. But once a month Yambu lessons means learning at a snail's pace. Thinking of crossing over into Guaguanco for group lessons, and continuing Yambu in private to get the best of both worlds. I just don't want to do it if learning both will come at a detriment to each other's technique.