So... You wanna dance? Ok We'll start with basics:
The base of every dance move are the positions. There are five major positions, for the feet and the arms.
Arms: The arms are placed down Feet: The heels touch and the
and in front of the body, with fingers legs rotate outward from the
lightly touching the thighs. hip until the feet make a
Arms: The arms are open and held to The feet are turned outward
the side in a soft curve, with the wrists in a straight line and
turned so the palms face slightly forward. separated from each other
by the length of a single foot.
Arms: One arm extends to the side, as Feet: One turned out foot is
in second position, while the other curves placed in front of the other
low in front of the dancer's body. with the front heel touching
the middle of the back foot.
Arms: As in third position, one arm is Feet: In fourth position, your
extended to the side. Instead of the feet begin in first position, but
curved arm being placed in front of the you drag your right foot forward
body, the curved arm is placed upward and in front of your body. Right
above the head. foot is turned slightly to the right.
It can also be done on left foot.
Arms: In fifth position, you do the Feet: You put your feet in
same arms as in first, but lift them fourth position and then you
above your head. drag the front foot toward you
until the front foot touches your
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