Two-Step Moves & Patterns Volume 5
Progress around the floor with this intermediate 2Step course. You will master the Promenade to Follower’s Inside Turn, Promenade to Alternating Follower/Leader Turns with Open Release, Promenade to Alternating Turns with behind-the-back Hand Changes, Double Turn Exits, Advanced Floor Management, and more Two-Step Moves & Patterns with ease.
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This probably isn’t your first intermediate 2Step Dance Video, so you know that the main lesson with the 3 patterns is only a foundation, much like an undecorated but fully iced cake at the bakery. That series of fundamental lessons however, will include Promenade to Follower’s Inside Turn, Promenade to Alternating Follower/Leader Turns with Open Release, Promenade to Alternating Turns with behind-the-back Hand Changes, Double Turn Exits, Advanced Floor Management, and more. Fair warning, if you aren’t comfortable with all of the material presented in the Two-Step Basics as well as Moves & Patterns 1-4, this course will be daunting. If your fundamentals are sound, this course will be that just-right challenge that takes your dancing to the next level! In this volume you will make impossible looking turns your own with a couple of bonus moves and several exclusive Shawn Trautman dance tips that are sure to turn the on switch for your Two-Steppin’ every time! Get your fill of 2Step Dance Lessons here with the best country 2Step Videos ever produced!
I have just finished going through the fifth DVD of this intermediate two-step dance DVD set. This one presents several patterns for the promenade position, one of the basic positions in the two-step dance. I really liked this one as it taught some moves where the man gets to do turns. Like the previous DVDs in this set, one section’s pattern builds on the previous section’s lesson. And there are chapters after the three pattern lessons for review and practice and a bonus chapter with variations on the pattern lessons presented earlier. I would continue to highly recommend this new DVD set to anyone wanting to improve their Two-Step knowledge.– Ronald Broadhurst