I've been taking beginning salsa lessons from two instructors. Both instructors teach Leaders to have 'quiet hands', meaning that we are to reserve significant/dramatic hand movements for leading moves. But, I've noticed (as has my dance partner) a few seemingly experienced dancers who do a lot of 'styling' with their hands, apart from leading. By 'styling', I mean the hands go significantly left-right or in vertical circles. I hope I'm making sense. Followers who have been taught by 'quiet hands' instructors tell me that they find 'lively hands' to be confusing and distracting. Is 'quiet hands' universally taught, or is there a school of 'lively hands' as well?