My leg goes in position.
Now my weight will be received.
So I am receiving my weight.
I am now sending.
I am not lowering in the sense of time going down vertically.
I am flexing forward.
My spine is now moving in the direction where I want to go.
My new ? leg, now from my ? very where my direction
So I’m going through my leg, I’m continuing through my leg to here.
Now I am lowering again to receive the weight.
My moving leg is now going out in position.
So, no good I moved the body and no the leg
So, my leg must go out before the body.
So, now this leg is going to receive my body weight to now send it to the next receiving leg
Now my right leg is in this position, I am not rising too early.
If I rise too early, this will throw my back, my weight backward.
Therefore, I am again receiving, absorbing the weight rising to exit.
Again uses of each of two legs, I am receiving on my left and on my right in position.
Very important now the leg is out.
I receive my weight.
And now, once again, I receive the weight to promenade
I am not tipping out of promenade, the body and legs together.
The leg is in position first, the body dances to leg.
So I will dance this for you one more time without stopping.
Please look at my leg action, and look at the timing of my moving leg.
So, as soon as my body starts the action, my leg goes in position.
And the leg goes in position, now receiving leg, my leg goes in position.
Leg, receiving leg, leg , and leg.
Now the body dances to leg.
OK, let’s now talk of my upper part of the body dance
Upper part of the body has two jobs.
The first job is making sure that my spine travels through my feet.
So whichever the direction my leg has decided to go in, my spine must be traveling to the same direction.
So, one very terrible thing is that the leg is going, for example, diagonally to wall, and the spine is ? tipping.
This will cause a big balance problem, and big positioning and harmony problem with the lady.
So, the spine will now travel through the legs, very straight through the legs, each step
Now, what shoulders and lib cages do is a different issue.
If you remember earlier on the video, we talked about shortening muscles.
Now this is what to do here.
So, my foot goes in position, my spine dances to the foot, at this moment, my right side, the back of my right side is starting to shorten, shortening in this way, so this type of circle and also this circle, is beginning to.
I am not finishing the rotation now, but I am beginning to soften this side.
Now the landing spot for my right side is my right foot.
So now my right foot will be going to position.
The right side is now dancing to the foot.
So is now shortening to the right foot, my spine is continuing.
So my spine is not tipping, no good
I am not connecting to the foot, no good.
So the spine goes straight.
The right side is now anchoring to the foot, staying that, my spine is finishing continuing.
I am still anchored to the foot, still anchored to my right foot.
But my spine is moving in the direction of movement.
Now, from here, same.
I am moving my spine line of dance, so my spine is now traveling towards you, line of dance.
My left shoulder is now shortening, shortening.
And landing point for my shoulder is my left foot.
So once again, too early, no good, too late, also no good.
So the correct timing of left shoulder blade feeling dancing to the left foot will produce spin turn.
Now again, I am anchored on my left foot, my spine is moving out of my left foot, but I’m anchoring my left side to the foot, two, three.
From here, right side shortening, right side shortening the spine moving direction of movement, one and two.
In this position, I am now connecting my left shoulder to my right foot, left shoulder to right foot.
The spine moving direction of movement, my left shoulder is connecting to the foot 2, 3, &.
So, one more time, without stopping, now everyone look at my shoulders do in relationship to my legs.
Leg will go out in position.
Shoulder will connect to each step one.
OK, and anchoring, now left shoulder, right-right-left, 2, &.
「オン － イン － アウト」について
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