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Nobody ever said Slow Foxtrot was easy to master. One of the reasons for the difficulty of this dance is the blending of musicality with movement of the legs, rotation and body flight.

This roughly 40-minute workshop looks at ways to think of the music so that you have more options for using the music than just dancing slow and quick feet. We look at use of CBM (body rotation) and how to keep body weight in between feet on the numbers of the beats. We also look at how you can count numbers of beats instead of counting slows and quicks. Recorded during a Kinvillage Intermediate group class.

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George Pytlik

Author George Pytlik

Before turning pro, George achieved impressive results as an amateur competitor, holding the Senior (30+) Latin championship in BC, Canada for 7 consecutive years with his wife Wendy. The couple twice achieved a top-3 Canadian ranking in Senior Latin as well as a 3rd place Canadian ranking in 30+ Ten Dance. Today, George and Wendy are professional teachers with a vision of growing a strong dance community in Delta near Vancouver, BC.

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