Marietta Mehanni

Step Under Construction

Written by Marietta

March 21, 2014

Renovate your step class with Marietta’s creative but achievable blocks of choreography. Engineered to demonstrate logical learning curves this session will reveal how great architectural choreography can be built from the simplest step foundations.

Aims and Objectives

  • Explanation of the rhythm changes that will be used in the choreography
  • Demonstrate how slow tempo will translate into the rhythm change with only a shift in the tempo
  • 3 blocks of choreography that will demonstrate effective learning curves, with base moves
  • Use methods of layering, add on and link methods to achieve the final routine
  • Ftrack at the end to pull all the blocks together.

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