Does a Recipe this rich and filling seem like something you would feed to a beginner??
This is what we are doing in group classes over August 2018 at Tango Tribe.
52. Alterations With Overturned Forward Ochos With Sacadas
by Christy Coté for DVIDA | Makes 2 phrases | One month of weekly two hours of classes | Gluten-free
Ochos (optionally overturned)
Sacadas (optional), including back sacada (more optional)
Tuck and lapiz (optional)
Nice dance floor
Dance shoes (or dance socks on shoes)
A Chef de Cuisine committed to help you succeed
Salida (#2) to LOP in CS
Walk, Displacement B/F (R2L)
Alteration f2b FO turning CW BO
Oo, F/F sacada with R
Overturned F ochos: F/Fo sacada with L, F/ Oo sacada with L, F/B sacada with L
Molinete CCW: O/O sacada with R then tuck and lapiz as: BOF
Parada, step-over Colgada to Gancho
FO to Parada
- Brief warm up for ankles, hip rotators, and core, plus special attention to movements used in the evening’s special ingredient.
- Demonstrate the final product.
- Demonstrate the evening’s special ingredient.
- Everyone shadow learns the follower’s part.
- Everyone follows the part from a visual lead.
- Everyone shadow learns the leader’s part.
- Everyone leads the part from a visual back lead.
- Pair up and practice.
- Switch roles and practice.
- Apply individual and group guidance.
- Switch partners and repeat until done.
- Experienced dancers have an opportunity to learn their opposite role in a systematic way.
- Both followers and leaders experience equal attention to their role and to the complete dancer.
- We encourage and teach partners how to give each other feedback and help in a supportive way.
- We find that the richness of the material encourages close attention to instruction and practice work, without demands from the teacher.
- The first class, Ingredients, pays attention not only to movement mastery, but also to options for entering and exiting, as well as modifying it. This lets novices focus on essentials, while experienced dancers expand their awareness of creative possibilities. Tuesdays 7:30-8:30 p.m.
- The second class, Recipes, goes deep into dancer principles to successfully blend individual ingredients into a visually appealing product with a great feel. Tasty! Tuesdays 8:30-9:30 p.m.
- Recommended: make your own notes after class.
- Recommended: use the practice time Wednesday 7:00-9:00 p.m. at Tango Tribe (and/or other Austin prácticas).
This is what we are doing in group classes over August at Tango Tribe.
Tuesdays 7:30-8:30 Ingredients
Tuesdays 8:30-9:30 Recipes
Wednesdays 7:00-9:0 Practice