hoop 3 beat reverse weave: a different approach





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Published on Apr 3, 2009

Here is a different, perhaps easier way to break down the 3 beat reverse weave with twins. Instead of learning what each hoop/hand is doing, perhaps it makes more sense to learn what both hands/hoops are doing together, focusing on one side at a time. If you get one side down, you're already halfway there! Then the opposite side should makes sense because the movements mirror the first side...the flow of the hoops will bring the two series of movements on each side together pretty well, I think! If anything, at least the video will show you the starting point for beginning the move from either side and just experiment with that! Have fun!!

The following directions may only makes sense after seeing the video, but maybe they'd be a good reference for when you are practicing:

For Left side: begin with hoops to the right of the body... inner hoop gripped by the right hand, palm up & outer hoop, left palm up~ begin with the Right inside hoop, then Left hoop, Right hoop.

Hoops moving on the Right: begin with hoops at the left of body....inner hoop gripped by Left hand, palm up & outer hoop Right hand palm up~ begin with the Left inside hoop, then Right hoop, Left hoop.

Hoops rotate going towards the back.


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