Emily, Marley, Rebecca, Sloane and Katrina with Fit For A Feast demonstrate how to do pirouettes. A pirouette is a basic dance move. Use spotting to prevent dizziness and complete multiple turns. Keep staring at the same spot while turning and then switch at the last moment. Put your left leg in front and extend your arms so that they are opposite your legs. The right arm will be forward straight out and the left arm will be extended out toward your legs. Then, bend at the knees with the back...
The figure 8 is the basis of rave light show technique, whether you use gloves or glowsticks (you oldskooler you). If you've been having some trouble getting it down watch this video for a succinct and helpful explanation of the wrist motion that is essential to really good figure 8's.
Floor leg swings help loosen hip and back muscles. Learn to warm-up for modern dancing with floor leg swing exercises in this free dance video from a professional dance instructor. Warm up with leg swings on the floor - Part 1 of 43.
In this video series, our expert Safi Thomas will tell you all about Reggae Dancehall, including how to do chest isolations, waist isolations, and the dutty whine
Finger tutting is one of the coolest techniques for giving lightshows at raves or spicing up a hip-hop routine. This video will tech you a cool finger tut combo that involves a lot of back-and-forth and diagonal finger connections. If you don't have strong, flexible fingers, move on. You'll need them here.
Tutting is one of the members of the larger Popping family of hip-hop dance styles, so named because the moves are inspired by the right angle heavy art of early Egyptians. It looks very cool and doesn't requires as much full-body coordination as many other dances, so learn it! This video will give you some tips for making your King Tut Style look more clean. It doesn't feature many new moves, but should make all your other moves look better.
So you think you can king tut? No matter how good your are at tutting, there are always new combos to learn. This video will show you how to do a really sick one that takes about eight seconds and can easily be slotted in alongside your other moves.
Incredible dance production, Thousand-Hand Guan Yin, performed by China's Disabled People's Performance Art Troupe. All of the performers are deaf, which makes the choreography quite an amazing accomplishment.
If you've gotten into giving glove light shows at raves and want to improve your technique, check out this video. It will teach you how to transition from the basic figure 8 into a finger roll, how to transition from finger rolls to vertical finger rolls (basically inverted finger rolls) and how to do a really cool move called the elevator roll.
Now that glove light shows have become the most popular style at raves, knowing how to do a continuous finger is a crucial part of your light show technique. This quick tutorial will teach you everything you need to know to practice and execute perfect continuous finger rolls and trip out your fellow ravers.