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Fundamentals, Part Two: Frame

We’re continuing on our journey through the key techniques you need to wean yourself away from pattern-dependence and become an effective social or performance dancer. This week is especially useful for partner dancing, because it focuses on the first part...
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Fundamentals, Part One: Weight Transfer

No one can dance effectively without balance, and no dancer can maintain good balance with poor weight transfers. Many overlook the importance of properly shifting weight, because it seems mundane and simple. But in the world of dance, the rules...
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Patterns Won’t Make You a Better Dancer

A few years ago, a student I was dancing with was hurt during a social. She didn’t fall down or get stepped on, but was hit by another couple when they suddenly changed direction into our path. It still upsets...
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Dancing for Discipline

Real improvement in any skill is not ultimately determined by how long we practice or how badly we want to improve. Rather, the skill acts as a mirror through which we can see our own flaws and baggage. In other...
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Dancing for Grit, Part Two

The only people who think dancing is easy are the ones not challenging themselves to grow in it. But what if you could “grow” your ability to withstand challenge without quitting, so EVERY endeavor becomes more approachable? It’s not a...
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Dancing for Grit, Part One

“I have no rhythm.” “I have two left feet.” Does either of these phrases sound familiar to you? To me, they are the knee-jerk responses uttered by those who have decided that dancing is not something they are capable of,...
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