Marenetha Posted March 29, 2004 Report Share Posted March 29, 2004 This is slightly embarrassing. I have solid triple-quadruples, both feet, on my en dehors pirouettes. Those things are no PROBLEM - I could do them in my sleep. I get more sometimes, just by being lucky - I understand the whole transitional movement, and everything. I can barely do a single en dehors pirouette, though. I don't entirely understand how the weight is supposed to be transferred - it's not like en dehors, where you think up and down, that much. My weight gets incredibly tilted off balance somehow, from that lunge position, rather than a fourth. My question is: could anyone help me out, here, with the transfer of wait? I am incredibly confused (plus this is affecting attitude, arabesque, a la seconde pirouettes, as well. I wind up with like, three-quarter arabesque turns. It's embarrassing.) Thank you! Amanda Quote Link to comment
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