Two-Step Moves & Patterns Volume 2
Progress around the floor with this intermediate 2Step course that will have you mastering the several Hand Changes, Outside Torque Turns, Leader’s Underarm Turns, Wrap/UnWrap, Accelerated Timing, and more Two-Step Moves & Patterns with ease.
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- Level: Intermediate 38% 38%
If you are confident with the concepts covered in Two-Step 101, and in further depth and detail in Two-Step Basics 1, 2, and 3, then you are ready to take on the “Wrap and Release” mastered in Two-Step Moves & Patterns Volume 2.
Using his signature step-by-step instruction style, Shawn and Nicole will dance along with you as you master a wrap and release combination, and how to get into it from closed and two-hand hold positions.
Also, you’ll learn how to exit from it back to closed dance position, how to add some style with a variety of exits and rhythm syncopations, & how to incorporate the underarm turns, torque turns, and wrap/unwrap combinations into your own personal social dance routine so the group of Moves and Patterns taught in this lesson join your Texas 2-Step repertoire in your long-term memory.
Wow! I am really pleased with this latest set of Two-Step DVD videos from Shawn Trautman. I have several of his previous videos including the Basic Two-Step three DVD set. The first two DVDs of this intermediate level set that I have studied are just awesome. This second DVD in the series covers the cape and wrap patterns that will be the foundation for more patterns. The pattern moves are repeated several times and shown from different angles so that you can see all the subtleties of the different patterns presented. Then there are review and practice chapters on each DVD. And then there is a bonus chapter on each DVD with optional moves that can be added to the patterns presented before. I really feel that now I can go out on the dance floor and look like I know something about this dance. I am looking forward to the release of the remainder of this set of DVDs. I would highly recommend this new DVD set to anyone wanting to improve their Two-Step knowledge.– Ronald Broadhurst