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There are figures from other dances that can easily be applied to the Slow Foxtrot. Two of the easiest are the Running Finish and the Open Natural.

Borrowed from Quickstep, those patterns can also be used in the Slow Waltz. This roughly 40-minute workshop explores the use of the Running Finish and the Open Natural in Slow Foxtrot to create more interesting choreography options while dancing. 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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