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Dance Leadership

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Introduction

My Dance Plan One Hour Session Before starting (Whilst people are entering) Song: Rude box - Robbie Williams o Check everyone has no jewellery o Check the floor is hazardless o Make sure everyone is dressed appropriately o Make sure the music is working properly o Get cards ready Warm Up (10 minutes) Song: Love Don't Let Me Go - Dave Guetta Standing In The Way Of Control - The Gossip o Run around the room 4 times o Run into a spot o Jog on the spot o Lift both arms up slowly and back down 3 times o 10 star jumps o Stretch arms over head both sides twice o Stretch arms up, middle down both sides twice o Step clap step clap 3 times o Step turn clap 3 times o Head left & right. ...read more.

Middle

o Get everyone in their own space away from everyone else o Explain the session i.e. "I'm going to teach you a 3 lots of eight dance sequence and then I want you to make up your own 3 lots of eight in groups" o First part: 8 counts to run from the back corner into the middle and find space. o Second part: Left leg over right with hands on hips. Out. Right leg over left and out. o Third part: Three step turn to the right with arms out and clap Slid back to position using arms o 4 steps back using arms behind you. ...read more.

Conclusion

* 3 counts of eight including a pose, a contact balance (carefully) (5 minutes to show the rest of the class) Cool Down (5 minutes) Song: Release Me - Laura Sweden o Jog around the room getting slower and slower until you are walking o Stand in a space and roll your head around slowly o Roll shoulders o Stand up straight and breath in deeply, lifting your arms up and then breath out (twice) o Sit with legs crossed and put your head in your lap with your eyes closed o Roll onto back with knees touching chest o Roll back onto knees and put your head on the floor o Stand up and stretch towards the ceiling Thank everyone and let them leave to go and get changed. ...read more.

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