Country Western Two Step 2 Step Lesson Taught By Dance Instructor Greg Thrash of Texas





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Published on Jul 7, 2016

Learn How to Country Two Step (2-step) with Greg Thrash at the plaza arts center Carrollton TX

Carrollton Plaza Arts Center, 1115 4th Ave, Carrollton, TX 75006
2-Step Lessons Every Monday Night Starting at 7pm

Beginner and Intermediate Advanced Classes $10 Per Person

Carrollton Plaza Arts Center
Address: 1115 4th Ave, Carrollton, TX 75006

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The two-step is a partner dance, consisting of a "leader" and a "follower." The leader determines the movements and patterns of the pair as they move around the dance floor. It is a progressive dance that proceeds counterclockwise around the floor. Usually, the two people dancing are man and woman, or woman and woman, but rarely man and man. Generally, the man would lead the dance as the "leader," and in the cases where they dance in the circle, the man dancing in the inside of the circle.

The partners generally begin in closed position with the leader facing the line of dance. The follower stands facing the leader. In a traditional "frame" the leader places their right hand over the partner's left shoulder. In the more contemporary styling, closed position is formed by placing the right hand under the follower's left arm, on their back. In either case, the leader holds the follower's right hand in their left hand at about shoulder height.

Other dance positions include: * Sweetheart: side by side, the lead's right hand on the follower's right shoulder, and the left hands together near the left shoulder. * Shadow: side by side, the follower's right hand on the back of their right hip, Lead's right hand placed in the Follower's, Lead's left hand at approximately hip level on the left side, Follower reaches their left hand across to place in the Lead's. * Wrap (cuddle): side by side, follow's left arm crossing their body and holding lead's right hand. Follower's right arm crosses over their left and Lead places their left in it. * Skater: side by side * Promenade: both facing line of dance * Reverse Promenade: both backing line of dance

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