This means that at "2", the feet are not closed?
This thing is not related to "early rise"
My question is "why early rise causes the heel turn"
Can any one explain me why "early rise" will invoke the "heel turn"?
I read in this forum that clave is the core of Latin dance but I'm totally new to this kind of instrument.
Can any one help that with its boom 2 3 in...
Do you mean that a routine must be connected with a piece of music?
I do not think so.
What is the difference between routine and amalgamation????
My partner and I are tired about doing reverse slip pivot. Personally I do well, he too. But in connection we can not turn, even only 1/4 ( we need...
I only can do Throwaway with my partner when practicing a routine. With another guy, I can not guest Throwaway or Reverse Turn and he throwed me out...
You can not move forward with Closed Wing
I dance Int.S.Waltz, in 456 Weave, ending in CP outside partner, preparing to continue 123 Natural but be blocked by other couples. At that time I...
I can not know some instruction words of Healther about VW, can someone help me by email?
I can not post link, so I only post the ID of youtube
In this clip, Caterina advise us to focus center body to center body each other,...
Thank tangotime, I can not find your email to send to you the clip
I'm Chinese, have 30s clip to talk about Tango in English but I can not catch the teaching idea. Can someone help?
And what is the main action that made the "biggest" differrence between Waltz walk and Tango walk?
Thanks for this explaination
Not pause the moving leg under the body at "&" like you think.
The topic is the statement "In Int. Tango walk, keep the moving leg behind until the...
Maybe my question is unclear.
I wonder if when doing Tango walk, the moving foot is delayed in the begining (in this case at "&" it is behind the...
In Int Tango, I wonder the location of the moving foot at the timing "&"
For example, in prep. I stand on my RF with LF free a little bit before RF....
Thanks for all and special UKDancer with your very clear post. The term "pulse", "beat" and "tempo" in the posts make me confused. SO far I know beat...
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