Floreos and Arm Sweeps

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  • #74594

    Anonymous

    When I'm dancing to slow music I'm usually using those Arm Sweeps that go down in front of your body and go up in an arc, and I'm combining those with a couple of Floreos. So far, so good. 😉But how about those Arm Sweeps that go down in an arc and up in front of your body? I know they can be used just as well, but which kind of Floreos do you use then? The "common" ones of the reverse ones? I've tried with it with both, and somehow the Reverse Floreos seem to come to me more easily. :-

    #95384

    Anonymous

    We tend to use the standard floreo for any arm sweeps.  The reverse is saved for Reverse Taxeem, Strong Arm, or part of the Wrap Around Turn.  And probably part other moves as well.

    #95385

    Anonymous

    Okay, then I'll practice that! 🙂 Thank you!

    #95386

    Anonymous

    How would you use it with the Reverse Taqseem?  When I took GS, the Reverse Taqseem was taught with arm undulations?Thx.

    #95387

    Anonymous

    As Sandi said, with the reverse taxseem, or maya, you use the reverse floreo. I've seen it with both arms at horizontal doing reverse floreos while the hips are doing reverse taxseem.

    #95389

    Anonymous

    You can use the standard Floreo with standard Taxeem and Reverse Floreo with Reverse Taxeem.  The arms can be overhead or come down to horizontal.  It's a rarely used pairing, but it works.  At :16, Marsha goes into Reverse Taxeem with arms overhead and doing Reverse Floreo, then goes into Arm Undulations.  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BYF5iyI76KM

    #95388

    Anonymous

    So, with standard Taxeem and standard Floreo you can occasionally have your arms overhead, too? I've never seen that in action, so I never thought of it.

    #95390

    Anonymous

    Yes, you can do it, but I don't think we use it much because it doesn't accentuate the Taxeem as well as the Arm Undulations.

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