Re: Vol. 9, Pulse Turn

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    Anonymous

    Originally posted by Sandi on tribe.net.Im not going to give an "official" answer here, but Im pretty sure that we dont have any "official" FatChance versions of any of the new steps. Were all still learning and refining them, just as you are. Some things you will see will be a stylistic insertion of each of our own ways of moving. Doesnt mean we will all be doing it. br/br/Back to the dvd...

    #84838

    Anonymous

    Originally posted by Nancy Young on tribe.net.Hi again, Wendy, can you and/or Marsha clarify something about this step, too? At the workshop in Las Vegas last December, Marsha taught the Pulse Turn, using a finishing gesture not shown on the dvd. After the turn and the raising of the arms overhead, Marsha floated her arms out and down to shoulder height, with palms facing up (like the arm position for Gawazi Shimmy Combo). A beautiful gesture, as Carolena commented. br/br/On the dvd, Devi ends the turn with the raising of the arms overhead. So is the additional gesture that Marsha demonstrated the "official" FatChance version? br/br/Thanks again for help!

    #84839

    Anonymous

    Originally posted by Margaret on tribe.net.Isnt the step often used as a companion to the Reverse turn? So the floreo as the arms come up at the end goes right into the beginning of the Reverse Turn(?)

    #84840

    Anonymous

    Originally posted by Sandi on tribe.net.Its just a suggestion. There are many moves that look great after the Pulse Turn. I like the Barrel Turn, personally. Or Sahra Turn. Anything that looks dramatic with arms coming from overhead. :}

    #84841

    Anonymous

    Originally posted by Penny on tribe.net.Weve used it to go into a Sahra turn by driftind arms down to shoulder height then pulling them into start the Sahra. Looks nice. For floatier music it works well.

    #84842

    Anonymous

    Originally posted by Sandi on tribe.net.Penny, the Sahra Turn starts with arms from overhead. Are you talking about the Wrap Around Turn?

    #84843

    Anonymous

    Originally posted by Nancy Young on tribe.net.Thanks, Sandi.

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