Tuesday, May 31, 2011

Dance Fundamentals (Level 1)

Hello To You ALL!
Tribal Muses has had a wonderful few years of dancing all over the US. We are now even more connected to FCBD with Cat's status of Sister Studio. We have also been honored with many ATS dancers from all over the world, to grace us in class. So with all of this, we would like to follow along a little more with FCBD class lineup. This way when the traveling goddesses grace in the temple we are all on the same page. We are super excited to dance with you soon......
To all upper level students....it would be a good idea to come into Level one for review. You will learn something new this go around. Plus a great review is alway a plus.

Dance Fundamentals (Level 1) All LEVELS WELCOME - Drop ins Too!
Learn to dance by drilling the basics in fun combinations. Using both slow movements and fast steps we'll get you dancing in your first class! All basic movements and group formations in a six-week cycle including posture and body awareness, zils and music. You are welcome to drop-in on this class after the course has started as we have plenty of review built into each class. Intro to partner and group dancing. 

Dance Fundamentals (level 1) Starts June 7th

Week One
Hand Floreo
4 Basic Steps (Shimmy, Egyptian, Arabic, Pivot/Choo-choo) with simple cues and transitions.
Week Two
Arm Undulations
Egyptian Step
Formations for Leading and Following
You will need your own zils (finger cymbals) for Week Three*
Week Three
Review formations with all steps
Week Four
Arabic Step
Review formations with all steps
Week Five
Torso Twist
Pivot Bump/Choo Choo w/arm 1 and arm 2
Review formations with all steps
Week Six
Circle Step
Shimmy Step
Review formations with all steps

Dress for  dance classes: Full skirt or loose pants, hip scarf, short top or leotard (just wear something comfortable). Bare feet or dance shoes only in dance studio. You will need a pair of zils (finger cymbals). You can purchase at the studio or bring your own.
(Lineup Found on www.FBCD.com)

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