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The History of Dance

Ameliaâ„¢

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:jig:While dancing has been an outlet to relieve the stress of our everyday lives for what seems like forever, it has been taken advantage of by those who have been gifted with artistic grace as well as those who may have not been as lucky in reciving such artistic traits. Although some dancers may have skill levels a little higher than others, there is one dance that has been advanced throughout history that nobody can mess up; this dance, The Wave. While it may look complicated, its as simple as sending a transversal wave through your body! From one arm, through the body, on to the other arm, sending it in a pattern that has a curved wave almost in an S-curve shape.



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