How To Dance

Are you happy to just be the person sitting in the corner of the room while others rejoice in the dance floor? Or is there an event that requires you to dance? Please learn from the pros only at Dance Studios Denton TX. If the crisis of confidence or uncertainty about how to move prevents you from having fun, do not have to search anymore because this article will tell you about what you need to know to move, rotate, and danced with style!


Dancing Freestyle

Nod. Start with a nod to the music to get the rhythm. If this can help, count 1, 2, 3, 4 in the liver.

Slide body weight.

Slide entire body weight on one foot. You can lift the other foot slightly above the floor to ensure body weight are not on foot ..TO every two counts (better on the count to 1 or 3), slide the whole body weight on the other leg. You can also shift body weight for each count, but start slowly will help you to feel comfortable before starting to dance quickly.

Keep the feet remain free and bend your knees slightly, should be a little “bounce” when shifting body weight, and the subtle bounce that happened when the count where you do not shift the body weight.

Move your feet.

Once you shift your body weight to the beat of music, began to move the legs. Just before shifting the body weight to one leg, move the foot slightly, although only a few centimeters from the previous spot. When you shift your feet, try to stay close to the floor. If you dance with someone else, be sure to move around in a manner consistent with a partner without stepping on his foot.

Add hip movement.

When you put body weight on one leg, move a little hips and body leads to the foot. If you shift your body weight to the right foot, for example, move your hips to the right. You can slightly rotate the body to add more movement. For example, when you move to the right, place the right shoulder and left shoulder forward slightly to the rear, and vice versa when you move to the left.

Move your hand.

If you feel uncomfortable, the tendency is to place hands near or leave it hanging limp. Better, move your hands. Try to keep an open hand or in a closed state with ease. You can put a hand in the air or angled 90 degrees on the side of the body (such as running) or try one hand movements described below. Whatever you do, do not just do one movement only, keep replacing the motions.

Writen by Shannon