Dragonfly – Arms in Quarter Turns

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  • #73600

    Anonymous

    Originally posted by Ursel on tribe.net.I recently got the vol. 9 DVD, and after watching it (and loving all of it!) Id like to ask about one detail in the Dragonfly.br/br/For the quarter turns the move is shown to have the lower arm position when facing the sides, and the upper arm position when facing front or back. But in the drills its once done the other way round (arms up while facing the sides and arms at shoulder height while facing front and back).br/Now Im wondering: was that just an accident, or can it be done both ways?br/br/br/

    #84919

    Anonymous

    Originally posted by plyasunya on tribe.net.Ursel! Im so eager to watch vol.9? but no opportunity((( Please,say what DRAGONFLY is. Is it on this video? Or can you give me another link?

    #84920

    Anonymous

    Originally posted by plyasunya on tribe.net.a href=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZXJyS6lPkmo&feature=related title=www.youtube.com/watchwww.youtube.com/watch/a

    #84921

    Anonymous

    Originally posted by Jen on tribe.net.Ursel, br/br/The arms in the 1/4 Dragonfly are always up in front, shoulder level to the sides (which makes sense when you try to fade it!) br/I goofed it up during drills on the DVD, and did not realize it until I watched Vol. 9 last week. Yikes!br/br/Hope this helps, and glad you are enjoying the DVD!br/br/Jen

    #84922

    Anonymous

    Originally posted by Ursel on tribe.net.Hi, Plyasunya! The Dragonfly is an arm variation for the Arabic Shimmy that got developed by Tamarind Tribal, a sister studio to FCBD. Yes, its on vol. 9, together with many other goodies. :-)br/You can see it in action on this video, it begins at about 5:18:br/a href=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Eore-cmDevs title=www.youtube.com/watchwww.youtube.com/watch/a

    #84923

    Anonymous

    Originally posted by Ursel on tribe.net.Thank you!br/Well, this only shows how well you work together, when the audience interprets a goof as another variation. 🙂

    #84924

    Anonymous

    Originally posted by plyasunya on tribe.net.Thank you, Ursel! Im waiting forward to getting Vol.9!!!!

    #84925

    Anonymous

    Originally posted by Jen on tribe.net.Thanks Ursel, we have created a few moves and variations based on "mistakes"!br/br/J

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