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rocking to the ball of one foot and back to the flat foot
to chase; galloping movement where the back leg chases the front leg
Half bend of the knee where heels stay connected to the floor
articulation of foot; pressing into the floor through a forced arch to a point.
elevation which takes off from one foot and lands on the same foot.
stretch where one leg is bent at a 90 degree angle and the back leg is straight
Pas de bourrée
foot pattern of back, side, front performed in a syncopated rhythm.
passed; foot of the working leg passes the knee of the support leg.
to turn or flip on one's own axis
The transfer of weight from one leg to the other, but weight is transferred toe-ball-heel. Weight is carried vertically
to rise to the ball of the foot, usually with straight knees.
transfer of weight from one foot to the other during which there is a brief moment where both feet are off the ground.
the hips and feet remain turned outwards but the heels are separated; legs wider than hip distance apart
movement that moves in an order from one part of the body to the next
the ability to rotate the legs outward from the hip joint
transfer of weight from one foot to the other with one foot always on the ground
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