Discussion in 'Ballroom Dance' started by fascination, Mar 16, 2007.
Yes, you are funny. :roll:
I still don't know what the feather is...although I really like the one you posted
So do I.
First figure after the prep step in this video (0:08-0:10): http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=94JbmwxOy_0&fmt=18. It's one of, well, maybe the figure that characterizes International foxtrot. I guess the latin equivalent would be the rumba walk?
It's one of steps in Foxtrot.
Watch this video.
Haha yeah, that IS probably equivalent to the Rumba walks....looks easy as a piece of cake but will probably be practicing it for the rest of your life.....hmmm, yes then I guess I'll jump on the band-wagon to hate that step hehe
Are you changing the profile picture for good?
:hug: Welcome aboard!
Possibly, if it doesn't confuse me too much when looking for my posts. Do you think I should keep it?
Yes, I recommend you keep it. I love the picture too. Very fresh and we will blow it and you can fly.....:banana:
Thanks, dlgodud, samina! I'll keep it, then.
That's the closest I'm going to get to body flight...
Yeah I vote for keeping it too...smth about the colours...just made my day better
It's a step taken/danced outside partner.
It actually was never intended to be a step. The "pinwheel" was to be danced as you see it, but opened (with the arms out). When teaching it, students would have a difficult time dancing completely behind the partner. The tap of the front partner's shoulder was a teaching technique to help the student to make sure that he/she was completely in position. After one learns the movement, the tap should be dropped. Unfortunately, well, we know the catastrophe that happens...... :doh:
That is very cool to learn, Angel. Thanks for that...I'll never tap again! LoL
all merengue...ew...unless on a crusise ship w/a fruity drink...mercifully pro has now accepted this
currently; rope spin is still a pattern from hell, primarily the spiral and the step coming out of it...hate hate hate...and at this moment all of intl FT and waltz...these things change...but right now...there it is
this week it's the natural turn in slow fox.....and whisk in waltz.
samba : voltas - due to change in rhythm
rumba: cuban rocks - dunno why, probably because it seems too obvious a demonstration of hip movement.
Sorry to hear about all the trouble in foxtrot and waltz from multiple of you out there.
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