Oct 242013
 
  1. Walk, enjoying the music, with different directions, shapes, sizes, and speeds of steps, finding your arc at the end of every step. At the end of every third step, gently lift your free leg (front or side) to celebrate your balance. Relax the free leg to projection and move with control to the next step.
  2. Walk with different directions, shapes, sizes, and speeds of steps, finding your arc at the end of every step. This time focus on holding your projection at the start of every step.
  3. Walk with different directions, shapes, sizes, and speeds of steps, finding your arc at the end of every step. This time, pay attention to using the control system of joint extension during the transfer.
  4. Walk pausing mid-transfer, using the control system to make paradas and rebotes.
  5. Walk with periodic change of foot. Make it very slow, deliberate, and controlled, making sure you don’t just fall into the change of foot.
  6. Walk with adornos, one or two between each step.
  7. Walk with front and back cross after front, back, and side steps. Make sure to carefully place your arc onto the crossed foot before making the next projection. .
 24 October 2013