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Exercise

Enveloppé to Turns

This exercise incorporates an enveloppé à la seconde, a hinged chug, and a double pirouette.

Combinations

In Another Time

This is a smooth lyrical combination, that has a laid back feel but still demands a lot of control. Follow the moderate tempo and feel the bluesy vibe, while extending your lines and controlling yo...

Combinations

Won't Stop

This lighthearted jazz routine uses a lot of direction changes and dynamics, from quick small steps to elongated movement. Think summer, warmth and first love.

Exercise

Prep for Fan Kick

This across the floor is an introduction to fan kicks. Starting low with a rotation of the body, using weight changes preparations, and ending with the fan kick.

Combinations

Fingernail Moon

The tempo for this dance is a vibrant 3/4 times. Connect your steps, make your limbs long and reaching for the moon. You will be working with releases and contractions, as well as sustained positio...

Exercise

Attitude Whip

This exercise is a combination of direction changes, and includes a "floating" attitude turn ending in an inside pirouette.

Combinations

Where I Stood

The song is on the bitter sweet side, and you will need to represent that feeling throughout your body language with clean lines, contractions, releases and spirals.

Exercise

Back Cabrioles

This exercise focuses on back cabrioles, in place and traveling. The steps are fast to keep the momentum going.

Combinations

Between

Musicality, musicality: this is what this dance calls for. It comprises of a lot of sustained movements, direction changes as well as some clear arms and hands positions. Pay attention to those....

Combinations

Shameless

Time for sass! This combination gives you a lot of freedom to find your own body movement while hitting strong set accents. You have the opportunity to be playful, so take it!

Exercise

Back/Front Attitude Turns

This progression includes back and front attitude turns, and battements à la seconde. It is a good exercise for holding your center while turning whether your leg is front or back.

Exercise

Arabesque Turns

This exercise progresses from arabesque balances to arabesque turns.