These five positions
Posted by Lynn on October 16, 1997 at 12:39:48:
In response to Hc's five positions again, written by Caroline on October 15, 1997 at 18:44:57
] Helen, if you have a partner who knows what he is doing, you don't need to work it out- that's what the men are for!
] Caroline, who married her man because although his waltzing skills were rudimentary, at least he wasn't scared to try!
These five positions pictured are almost exactly like the five positions in ballet. In the third, only the ankles are together, and in fifth, the whole foot is.
My wonderful husband does not count a fondness for dancing among his interests. We tried to take a couple dance lessons, but I have a hard time letting him lead, and he hasn't practiced enough to really know what he is doing. It's hard for me, when I pick dance steps up so easily (my 15 years of ballet sure come in handy!), to be patient with him, as he learns more slowly than I do. I wish we had the money to take more lessons.
Who is a self-admitted dance fiend, who can't help moving to the music even when sitting down, and has a hard time keeping OFF a dance floor!
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