Propellor Turn Variation

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    Janet Hanseth

    Originally posted by Ursel on while ago I picked up a lovely variation on the Propellor Turn in a circle, but I cant remember where it was or with whom it this variation you keep walking in the circle while you first lower the right arm, then the left, and then the right again (instead of standing still when the right arm gets lowered again). Then instead of pivoting on the spot (as you would do in the original Propellor Turn) you do two spins, keeping on moving in the direction you walked anybody tell me with whom this variation originates? Because Id love to be able to give credit where credit is due. 🙂



    Originally posted by Shay Moore on have done this, but we didnt pick it up anyplace. It just happened that way at times. I bet a lot of groups do it as well. It just takes on characteristics of the ASWAT in a circle, which is natural.

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