To transition through various floor work, including splits, make an effort to sweep your legs instead of stepping through. Sweeping the legs is more graceful than stepping. Sweeping also makes your movements bigger. Bigger generally …Read More →
I am the worst person in the world to instruct anyone about hair tossing, but this will make me learn more, so here goes.
It seems the main advice is that the movement starts in your …Read More →
Facial expressions really set some competitors apart from the crowd. Dancing is about storytelling, so it makes sense that not staring blankly- or, even worse, scrunching up your face while trying to remember choreography, would …Read More →
One of the things I hate the most about watching my practice videos is all the times when I don’t keep my knees straight. Straight knees make a huge difference in having clean lines and …Read More →
Hands and feet are really important to expressing yourself as you dance. For today’s focus on freestyle, I want to discuss feet.
The most obvious thing to check is whether or not you are pointing your …Read More →
Here is my second focus on freestyle suggestion: focus on pausing in your hard moves (especially on spin pole). Try taking five deep breaths each time you enter a new pole move before you move …Read More →
The other night, my coach instructed us to focus on our hands during our freestyle dance. I really loved the idea of cleaning up small details that make big impact, so I’ll be featuring a …Read More →